Teknologikoki anitzak = Tecnológicamente diversas = Technologically diverse
In this workshop, we will examine highly dissimilar elements from demonstrations and anecdotes to failures, errors, cracks and repairs. We will use these to share experiences and reflections from a visual, sonorous, textual and oral perspective, together and alert: forwards, backwards, inwards, and towards both sides of the technologies around us.
What does it mean if we state that technology affects our practices but that our practices also affect technology? Which spaces, times, feelings, memories and inventions participate in these two-way (or at least two-way) effects? How do conditions such as usability, accessibility, legibility, convenience, universality or obsolescence – often decided elsewhere – limit or broaden this zone of effects? What would it mean to self-legitimise our radical participation in diverse effects with, through and despite the technologies that define our daily lives?