(Site specific) – Permanent public art project 7ft x 5ft, 300Ibs at Lytton Plaza – University Av. & Emerson St.
Commissioned by the city of Palo Alto Public Art Commission
Now at Harvard Business School, Boston, MA
Digital DNA also mixes languages (Arabic, Russian, French, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Etc). It goes deeper into branching, but above all into the origins of what comes to be the adventure of computers. Therefore, through phrases like: “Circuits of power”, “ideological circuits”, “warfare circuits”, “borderless circuits”, “sexual circuits”, “colonizing circuits”, “genetic circuits, etc, trying to simplistically verify, even if it is a glimpse of consciousness, one of the main tools-objects of our contemporary world.
Digital DNA sole intention is a momentary reflection about what we have been building, researching and planning for our software and hardware thinkers…. They are the ones who determine what users will be extracting form their computers (except for the hackers maybe). We hope the art piece could bring some reflection.
Digital DNA - (Site specific) at Lytton Plaza – University Av. & Emerson St. Palo Alto, CA
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