Martino Morandi

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Martino Morandi maintains a recalcitrant relation to bio-texts and other technologies that produce predetermined subjectivities. He is an interdependent researcher at Constant in Brussels, Infrastructural Manoeuvres in Amsterdam, and C.I.R.C.E. (International Resource Center for Electric Convivialities) in Italy. His interests and projects revolve around the material conditions of technologies and their genealogies, using non-hegemonic paradigms like conviviality, semi-efficiency, dys-functioning. Ongoing projects include studying surveyance and the quantified gaze over contemporary cities (Footfall Almanac with Alex Zakkas) and seeking strategies to resist the computational reform of education (The Relearning Series with Jara Rocha).