Greg Orrom Swan’s process of digital fermentation sets something generative in motion and an outcome emerges – whilst “hoping the mould doesn’t win”.
“The association of woods with treachery and horror was used frequently in Flash games to enhance the thrill factor, perpetuating xylophobic tendencies”
Zhengyang and Zhengzhou Huang’s Fire speculates on the environmental impact of Machine Learning and graphics processing units.
“I’ve got this weird thing about ownership” – a closer examination of Spencer Graham’s Xylophobia / Shinrin-yoku.
Ama Dogbe and David John Scarborough’s Underlands imagines possible futures even as loss and grief present us with changes we are yet to fully respond to.