Nov 23, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Nov 23, 2021
Julius Wiedemann dives into the death of naivety and the need to be hyper aware of heinous misinformation and manipulative tactics employed by individuals and societal institutions.
Nov 02, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Nov 02, 2021
Julius Wiedemann investigates Facebook’s rebranding as Meta, where CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to build the “metaverse”, a digital world comprising AR and VR headsets.
Oct 19, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Oct 19, 2021
Julius Wiedemann delves into the present-day competition over naming rights and recognition, with regards to their applications in online domains, branding, and social media.
Jul 02, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Jul 02, 2021
Julius Wiedemann dissects current communication systems, illuminating our susceptibility to misinformation and unquenchable desire to express views in the digital sphere.
Jun 22, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Jun 22, 2021
Julius Wiedemann analyses current definitions of popularity, honing in on how digitalisation has granted greater all-round access, contrasted by demands for constant interaction.
Jun 15, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Jun 15, 2021
Julius Wiedemann breaks down the interwoven web of systems, products and services orchestrated to engage and interconnect every aspect of our daily lives.
Mar 23, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Mar 23, 2021
Julius Wiedemann investigates the architecture of ‘anonymity’ in the online space today, deeming it as a quest worth reflecting on and one of the greatest luxuries of our time.
Aug 02, 2019
by Naomi Davenport Aug 02, 2019
In seeking to explore the implications of artificial intelligence, the exhibition AI: More than Human, at London’s Barbican Centre, holds a mirror to the history of human nature.