Haut und Code
DNA #5

Just as physical violence leaves its marks on the skin, conceptual violence is written into interfaces via algorithms—in the form of biases turned into pixels, as discrimi­nation implanted in memes in secret chat groups. The coding and decoding of body surfaces and interfaces is contingent on a whole host of norms. Yet these are not fixed: rather, they combine to create a matrix of tastes, cultural influences, technical conditions, and physical possibilities. The essays in this volume produce an interdisciplinary noise between surface structures and a selection of cavities: surfaces, skins, and interfaces are injured, gauged, altered, or remedied.

10.00 €

Editor

HKW - Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Daniel Neugebauer

Design Concept

Olaf Nicolai, Malin Gewinner, Hannes Drißner

Designer

Malin Gewinner, Hannes Drißner, Markus Dreßen

Contributor

Alyk Blue, Johanna Burai, Luce deLire, i-Päd, Rhea Ramjohn, Calah P Toussaint-Amat, Julia Velkova, Anne Kaun

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