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ISSUE 6 : Wait for No One to Come
Gean Moreno: Notes on the Inorganic, Part I: Accelerations (excerption)
Gean Moreno選譯—無機的筆記I:加速度(節錄)
September 25th, 2012Type: Translation
Author: Gean Moreno Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: e-flux no.31/ translated by Rikey Tenn
Note: Gean Moreno constructs an inorganic scenery of future (the Grey Goo scenario), or an allegorical reading. What he considers in this article is beyond the accurate time of the end; the symbolic system of capitalism (replibots). From the lifeless scenario that is supposed to come, he points out, the unrestricted license of mankind to devastate had been rationalized reversely.
nfraNet Lab/Lateral Office, Re-Rigging, 2010. Project for a multifunctional off shore oil platform in the Caspian Sea, ready to be readapted “beyond that moment when the last barrel of oil leaves the sea bed.”