Machines and techniques are omnipresent in out life. This has lead to big challenges of redefining the position of menkind in regards to artificial systems. In order to make sure that we are not ruled by machines, and at the same time machines are not only ruled by a few engineers who would only follow technological interests, human factors such as poetry, phylosophy, experimentation and collaboration had to be brought into technical development.
How Billy Klüver, Douglas Engelbart and William English explain todays interdisciplinary approach. Read the report
Image: Manfred Wolff-Plottegg: The binary house
Example of experimental architecture, emanzipated from man, builder and place but by a algorithmic order created digitally.