talk – *something is wrong on the internet* / *cloud flares*

An encounter with Jacob Remin

broken harddrives and broken bodies. shifting bits and crunching metals. jacob remin takes us through the infrastructures of "cloud computing" and "harvesting the rare earth".

the internet runs on computers and therefore it can be redesigned. but when the network is internalised and the source code disappears, where do we turn when things get creepy?

change your system: be the turing complete user. quitting mainstream internet as a possible act of self care and resistance. tune in, phase out, get weird.

Jacob Remin's practice is a critical meditation over technology and the power structures it creates. in a world based on technology, JR questions the norm and the natural, while creating spaces for conversation. his works are manifested in the meeting between light, space, composition and interaction.

JR lives and works in copenhagen, denmark.

www.jacobremin.com