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  • ISEA2002

    C0C0S0L1DC1T1 commissioned sound, video and graphic artists to produce work that would be remixed by their counterparts in the other cities. The remixed videos, sounds and images/designs all comment on the idea that super-modern cities are moving. Moving in different ways that Anzhigram imagined in their architectural drawings of the 60’s but transitory nonetheless. The transient nature of those who inhabit urban centres means that the identities of cities are going to become more complex and ultimately more mixed and remixed according to those who dwell and pass through them and the rate at which they do so. This changing identity of cities is synonymous with the changing face of Capitalism, as it requires large work forces to be able to move according to shifts in political, economic and geographical climates. Given that Super-modernism requires a huge transient global working class who will move according to available work (Mexican workers moving into the USA in huge numbers is a good example) it means the cultures of cities are likely to change at an increasingly faster rate. With this phenomenon in full effect the work produced for Scalene looks at notions of transient urban nodes and more specifically at ‘escape architectures’.

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