April 22nd, 2019
The contents of the book "State Machines - Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance and Art" shed light on a selection of the ideas and activities currently resisting the hegemonic, systemic violations of often talked about but seldom cited human rights.
March 26th, 2019
Nearly ten years after the “Critical Engineering Manifesto” was first published, it becomes more relevant than ever: listed on the walls of hacklabs, museums, engineering and media-art academies, and in a great many texts, the world over.
James Bridle has spent the recent years researching citizenship-by-investment and related technologies: special economic zones and free trade areas, freeports and seasteads, blockchain and other supposedly emancipatory but inhuman and asset-based protocols for identity management.