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In a critical moment in which entire populations are forced to avoid any potential exposure to contagion by pursuing isolated lives in online-only mode, the conditions of work are more uncertain than ever. Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki inquire what we can do now. And how – along the way – we can debunk AI-driven capitalism’s myths.
In the moment of the ‘corona crisis,’ autocratic tendencies are cropping up, hitting those who are the least protected. However, this dark moment is also the time for democratic engagement, political activism and actions of solidarity mobilizing health and care as a common good.
Under AI-driven capitalism human labor seems to be gradually becoming extinct although it is in fact undergoing deep transformations. Here, SILENT WORKS launches its intervention. Curated by Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki, the project encompasses an exhibition, conference, and text series. In the following essay, the Berlin-based journalists/researchers describe the ideas of the project.
An interview with the art collective The University of the Phoenix about responding to the climate crisis with a global secret society for interspecies cooperation.
An interview with author and activist Marta Peirano about internet infrastructure and climate change – and how we can change the game.