One perspective on replicating self-awareness in artificial life, based on the science of how self-awareness develops in human life
This poetry collection was created in response to the focus on ecocide—the destruction of natural environments due to human (in)actions—as a primarily dramatized experience.
There are a number of different narratives about the climate crisis. Some provoke hope or despair, others instill fear, and others still provoke apathy or outright denial. Perhaps neither of these portrayals are correct. Perhaps both of them are.
Although the internet has always depended on circulation, particularly since the visual turn, it is when those aesthetics begin to originate online that the source of our reality begins to falter.
I am exploring how images can be manipulated easily and form representations of representations that are believable but far from reality.
Through photography, Chambi found himself in conversation with the two cultural identities of Peru—Spanish and indigenous Peruvians. His photographic legacy is somehow still potent and representative of communities of people born out of tension.
I’ll begin with the tale of a great downfall, a tale that begins with the main character born as a symbol of all that is beautiful in the world who dies a spiritless victim of the world’s greatest faults.
The summer I turned twenty-one was also the summer I spent readying myself to leave California. Perhaps most difficult was leaving the Pacific Ocean, the body of water I felt so certain I belonged to.
Prior to the 2010s, the modern notions of self-care emerged out of Black radical tradition. But where is the movement today?
Partir es morir un poco/ Llegar nunca es llegar. To leave is to die a little/ To arrive is never to arrive.