On the Ideological Structure of a Data Society
2014 (English)In: Interspace: Essays on the Digital & the Public / [ed] Johanna Jõekalda, Johan Tali, Siim Tuksam, Lugemik, Venice, Italy: Estonian Centre of Architecture , 2014, 126-145 p.Chapter in book (Refereed)
“Interspace” investigates the spatial and social consequences of a data-driven society where personalised information flows produce a multitude of personalised readings of the collective sphere and thus, the role of public space is to be questioned. Accompanied by a new understanding about authorship and new techniques of design, this participatory model calls out for new ways of organising spaces. With regard to the changes that the last substantial structural transformation of the public – web 2.0 – has brought along in architecture, ”Interspace” analyses what has architecture got to do with big data and what is the architects’ role at the time when their expertise is being challenged by digital technologies.
Texts: Johanna Jõekalda, Johan Tali, Ranulph Glanville, Leonhard Lapin, Mart Kalm, Roemer van Toorn, Carl-Dag Lige, Toomas Tammis, Mark Foster Gage, Marjan Colletti, Mario Carpo, Walter Nicolino, Ülar Mark, Siim Tuksam
Published by Estonian Center of Architecture and Lugemik on the occasion of the Estonian national exhibition “Interspace” at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia (7.06.–23.11.2014)
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Lugemik, Venice, Italy: Estonian Centre of Architecture , 2014. 126-145 p.
data, acceleration, virtual, architecture, quasi object, invisible, space, media, image, visual, silence, void
Research subject Aesthetics
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-108353ISBN: 978-9949-9182-6-3 2014OAI: oai:DiVA.org:umu-108353DiVA: diva2:852540
ProjectsInternational Architecture Biennale Fundamentals, Venice, 2014