Superscript 2015 Keynote: James Bridle

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  1. James Bridle – Waving at the Machines | Web Directions

    James will discuss the architecture of datacenters, the subjectivity of Google Street View, and the pixelation of everything, in an attempt to calibrate our new position in the world.

    http://www.webdirections.org/resources/james-bridle-waving-at-the-machines/

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  2. Words as Communication - James Bridle

    A talk by James Bridle for the Words as Communication evening, part of Selfridges’ Words Words Words season (February 2012).

    Audio rip, original here: http://vimeo.com/41019779

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  3. James Bridle, “Big data? No thanks”

    "Big data? No thanks" by James Bridle

    Presented at the Through Post-Atomic Eyes symposium, Toronto, 23-25 October 2015

    Videography by Renée Lear, http://reneelear.com</a

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  4. Balloon Infrastructures - James Bridle lecture @ Fabrica

    UK based artist James Bridle introduces a three day worksop at Fabrica entitled "Balloon Infrastructures". The history of balloon flight goes back almost 2000 years, manned flight over 200 - and as a weapon, to 1849: from Treviso. James Bridle explains the principles of grassroots mapping and balloon photography, and explores the possibilities of balloons as playful and political platforms for cartography, aerial photography, surveillance and infrastructure; their relationship to drones and satellites; and their potential as architecture.

    Audio rip, original here: http://vimeo.com/70481902

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  5. Balloon Infrastructures - James Bridle lecture @ Fabrica

    UK based artist James Bridle introduces a three day worksop at Fabrica entitled "Balloon Infrastructures". The history of balloon flight goes back almost 2000 years, manned flight over 200 - and as a weapon, to 1849: from Treviso. James Bridle explains the principles of grassroots mapping and balloon photography, and explores the possibilities of balloons as playful and political platforms for cartography, aerial photography, surveillance and infrastructure; their relationship to drones and satellites; and their potential as architecture.

    Audio rip, original here: http://vimeo.com/70481902

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  6. James Bridle – On the Rainbow Plane

    For his residency at the White Building, James Bridle will be investigating the relationships between the public understanding of technology and networks, and the classification of people and things performed by technologies. He will explore the embedded politics, from the technological gaze to data shadows, immigration, deportation, and rendition. James’ lecture will illustrate and discuss the issues which underlie this work, together with new works undertaken as part of the residency.

    Audio rip, original here: http://vimeo.com/88327472

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  7. re:publica 2015 - James Bridle: Living in the Electromagnetic Spectrum

    Find out more at: http://re-publica.de/session/living-electromagnetic-spectrum

    Artist and writer James Bridle explores how politics is manifested in technology, and how the the things we build shape the world in unexpected ways. In particular, he will detail the ways in which networks and communications affect notions of citizenship in the 21st Century, as explored in his recent art works and writings.

    James Bridle http://booktwo.org/

    Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Germany (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE)

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  8. Four Thought: James Bridle

    James Bridle asks how computer networks will affect cultural memories.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/fourthought

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  9. Eyebeam: James Bridle and Ingrid Burrington

    The first in this series features James Bridle and Ingrid Burrington, discussing "The Black Chamber". As technology advances and becomes increasingly networked and integrated with our daily lives, it tends towards a greater invisibility, a seamlessness and an unreadability. From the Cipher Bureau to Room 641A, from the datacenter to the iPhone, from the drone command module to the shipping container, the black boxes of the network litter the contemporary landscape. Unable to see inside them, we construct fantasies about their use, develop new ways of thinking about them, and attempt to probe them through techniques legal, technical, and magical. Eyebeam Residents Ingrid Burrington and James Bridle will explore the aesthetic and imaginative space of the black box, and outline some of their own practices for approaching them.

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  10. Exploring the New Aesthetic

    James Bridle & Libby Heaney @RCAIED 30 Oct 2014

    https://soundcloud.com/rca-ied/20141030-180402a

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