When brought into the city, no technology is a neutral enabler, a mere decoration, or even a marketplace of supply & demand. Urban technologies are built upon spoken and unspoken assumptions about urban life, each with peculiar implications for social relations and the natural ecosystem. It is time for the discipline of media architecture to get under its own skin, and address the implied futures of new technologies.
Máté Hulesch, Peripheral Visions, Claudio Paolucci, Toyo Ito, Rory Hyde, Benjamin Bratton, Marko Bauer, Shuang Lu Frost, Dark Matter Labs, Ben Cerveny, Cameron Tonkinwise, Marília Pasculli, (ab)Normal, Andrea Polli, Mila Bolt, Marcus Foth, Rachel Armstrong, Roy Bendor
VOLUME 59: Futures Implied
Designed by Irma Boom Office (Irma Boom, Jan van der Kleijn)
72 pages, 33 x 24 cm
Supplement: Civic Design Education
A collaborative of the Digital Design master program of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and Archis
Design: Federica Bardelli