This letter has been sent today to Annie Abrahams who lives in Montpellier. The letter is a communiqué from the Laboratory for Sun/Human Interaction at the periphery #19. Advertisements

Breakthrough D1

I made my way to the xxxxx studio that is located in Linienstrasse, in East Berlin. I met Martin and Katier and waited for everyone else to arrive. Now siting around a table crowded with electronic components, network cables, power cables, cds, floppy disks and small transmitters I thought I’d give a first update. Two … Continue reading

Hybrid Objects

One week ago I was going through the security check at the JFK airport and suddenly a bag appears to be unattended. During the minutes while the uncertainty lasted I found myself caught in a reflection. That was the perfect example of a hybrid object! A physical object, a bag, most probably full of clothes … Continue reading

PhD research proposal (Abstract)

What I am proposing is an in-depth exploration of the potential of fiction to intervene reality. The project will consist on the manufacture of a set of critical maps and philosophical concepts that will open a new possibility for a practice in the field of media arts: the practice of fiction as mode of deviation. … Continue reading

The City of Fear (the short film)

Fictions about invasion are already invasions. – k punk

Video Files Rioting

Video files subvert control systems causing malfunction and suppuration. Boredom? Excess of data? Conspiracy? The most plausible hypothesis points towards a case of mini-rioting. It’s funny to see a surveillance camera puking. A device originally designed as a cleaning device, aiming at the production of controlled realities, goes dirty and out of control. Even within … Continue reading

Practice of Mini-Rioting

The practice of mini-rioting consists on the deployment of troops of mini-warriors. I started working with this idea last year when I was trying to establish contact with the City of Fear. The first troop I deployed was a troop of parachutists. The parachutists were loaded with the fiction of invasion; they are hybrid entities, … Continue reading

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    Olga carries practical and theoretical research in the field of media arts. She works as a co-editor with while she pursues a practice-based PhD at Goldsmiths. Her research project looks into assemblages of sunlight, human bodies and machines. She is particularly interested on subtle modes of communication across bodies of radically different nature. She looks at the ways in which electronic circuits, computational systems, endocrine processes and neurological happenings intermingle. The tools she develops are speculations about the undercurrents of body communication.