"Casco Issues has been drafted around the concept of multiplicity - not so much in terms of quantity, but more as a condition, to denote a special phenomenon that according to urbanist Paul Virilio occurs as an 'accident of accidents'. New communication technologies have created the possibilty of an ?accident that is no longer local, but global, and that would occur everywhere at the same time'. New technology, in particular digitalisation, has influenced the design and the appearance of images (objects, information) and at the same time, the way they are produced and distributed. The basic assumption of Multiplicity is that invisible ntechnological processes in particular, dictate our thinking and actions, even though we live in an extremely visually orientated society ..." (Lisette Smits).
Mit Beiträgen von Arie Altena, Marc Bijl, Peter Bilak, Mercedez Bunz, Yvonne Dröge Wendel, Lars Lerup, Miltos Manetas, Kobe Matthys (Agency), Rafael Rozendaal, Hinrich Sachs, Tarik Sadouma und Jaakko van ?t Spijker (studio Sputnik).
Frankfurt/Main, Revolver, 94 Seiten, 36 Abb., 25 x 18,5 cm, geheftet, Holländisch/ Englisch