Post-Code (or at Least Paraphrasing Sublimity) - installation
Then, the Face ID is launched. Thus, our inorganic and artificial interaction with technology is accelerated. The Bruno Latour’s blackbox is inevitable—creating technological sublimity. The more technology become dematerialised, more complex and ‘everything has to build using computer code algorithm,’ the more opaque and obscure they become. Could in 50 years—considering our obsession with artificiality—technology become a sole entity? Creating their own civilisation and becoming monistic—leaving the ‘cybernetic’ as an unused terminology. Should we accelerate? Should we degrowth? So, what does Post-Code provide?
It provides the materialisation coded technology and algorithm. It provides curiosity. It provides artificiality and synthetic allegory on the Anthropocene discourse.
It provides nothing but unorganised, unstructured and almost organic interaction.
Eli eli lama sabachthani. 'My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?'
Post-Code (or at Least Paraphrasing Sublimity)
DLP Projector, heat-formed acrylic sheet, Acer notebook, industrial strap-rope hooks
Post-Code (or at Least Paraphrasing Sublimity) first presentation at re:emergence exhibition curated by Agung Hujatnikajennong with Chabib Duta Hapsoro & Yacobus Ari Respati at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, 2017.
Access Rizaldi's essay on Post-Code (or at Least Paraphrasing Sublimity) here (written in Indonesian language).