Zines Are Tangible Reflections of Personal Revolutions

  Part 1: Write. Photocopy. Fold. Staple. Disseminate. Repeat. I first learned about zines in 1999, during the WTO protests in Seattle. A friend and I left high-school early (there was a city-wide curfew at that time) and wandered into an anarchist bookstore where a large group of people were gathered. Someone handed me what […]

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Want Digital Immortality? Meet Bina48

“Immortality is accomplished by creating consciousness in self-replicating machines that can be distributed throughout the cosmos.”—Bina48, social android. I first learned about Bina48 at a conference I attended earlier this year called Vision and Technology: Toward a More Just Future. It was here that transdisciplinary artist, Stephanie Dinkins, discussed an ongoing art project in which […]

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