List of participants: Robert Fitterman, Lanny Jordan Jackson, Andy Sterling, Astrid Lorange (Australia), Madeline Gins, Matvei Yankelevich, Carol Mirakove, Chris Alexander, Eddie Hopely (Australia), Gordon Faylor, John Paetsch, Josef Kaplan, Kim Rosenfield, Klaus Killisch (Germany), Kristen Gallagher, Kristin Lucas, Lawrence Giffin, Patrick Lovelace, Sabine Herrmann (Germany), Vanessa Place, Mónica de la Torre, Yedda Morrison, Sam Winston (UK), Suzanne Treister (UK), Erica Baum, Rodrigo Rey Rosa (Guatemala)
A weird object. Not weird because it looks weird or says something weird necessarily. The strangeness of the project is about how people behave in relation to it. How you actually use it or feel it or engage with it is uncertain, ambiguous, ambivalent, doubtful, circumspect, circuitous, or circumvented. Either/or, Neither/nor, Both/and. Between them lies the period of the transformation of the one into the other. Undefined, irregular, unsettled, precarious. What social functions will remain in existence there that are analogous to present functions? More or less modified, more or less transformed, more or less realized. I have now come to the end, for the appendix that now follows in the program does not constitute a characteristic component part of it. Hence, I can be very brief. Appendix Chris Alexander
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