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Inhabiting New Futures – to mOther nature(s)

formAxioms’ exhibition: “Speculations on modes of living: INHABITING NEW FUTURES” – located at the National Design Centre  – Singapore, open from the 12th of January 2023. The exhibition presents the work done by formAxioms researches/students and developed during academic years at SUTD, it is part of “Circular Futures: Next Gen”, curated by Artacia. formAxioms’ work…

IA-AI Trace 2 Second Performance

Federico Ruberto performs for the second time the text written for “Trace 2”, a text transformed into a voice via a modular synthesiser. Second performance happening on 3rd December 2022. [CHECK THE FIRST PERFORMANCE AND READ MORE ABOUT IT] From Singapore Art Museum:  “The performance activation of Trace2 brings together live movement by Bernice Lee, augmented by…

Non-linear Serialism x PLURITOPIA

formAxioms’ Masterclass-Workshop Non-Linear Serialism, on discrete computation and world-building, conducted at Pluritopia: 1.5 h Lecture by Federico Ruberto, 1.5 h  Workshop by Daryl Ho (rhino, gh-wasp, unreal). NON-LINEAR SERIALISM It’s (in-)complete I Its (in-)finite I It’s (un-)connected I It’s unique(-s) I it adds I It sum(mon)s up I It (re-)aggregates I It generates complexity upon…

IA-AI – Performance and Libretto x Trace 2

Libretto The Libretto for “Trace 2” is a text in 3 acts written by Federico Ruberto + IA-AI (a self trained ML model). The 3 acts correlate to the 3 stages of the avatar becoming autonomous present on the screens at the exhibition space.  The text was composed with a ML model trained by Federico…

formAxioms x Trace 2

Federico Ruberto and formAxioms’ team collaboration with Teow Yue Han: “Trace 2”, a project for Singapore Art Museum, part of “Can Everybody See My Screen?”.  The project is a visual installation with real-time feedback components and live events turning around the theme of surveillance —it investigates the possibility of crafting/choreographing new forms of coming together……

sg.DAO.inc – SAM

Federico Ruberto’s and Mi You’s short speculative essay is part of Singapore Art Museum’s “Lonely Vectors”. See more here: https://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/art-events/exhibitions/lonely-vectors. Thanks Kenneth Tai and Joella Kiu for inviting and curating. “sg.DAO.inc” is text on DAO (blockchain and sg), “sacrificial” philosophy, Laruelle’s ethics of the “generic”, “communisation”, formalisation of economy-ecology (…)