And yet another update on the Interviewing the Crisis project.
This time it’s the turn for Andreas Jacobs of Nictoglobe. He is turning out to be quite an interesting person to collaborate with. We just had the chance to get to know each other by collaborating on a series of things, and he is a marvelous example of how physical research on the territories, on social practices, and on the peculiarities of human beings can turn to interesting experimentations in the digital world.
In his contribution to Interviewing teh Crisis he tells us about the origins of his artistic practices and uses them to describe scenarios that are politically and socially relevant to the analysis of the current (and continuous) state of crisis.
read it on the Interviewing the Crisis website: