WHAT IS THIS?
Welcome to Dio.. A collaborative art-studio addressing the need for reorganisation within neoliberal economies.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
This work and the broader research within dieinternet.org try to create a model which has the capacity to materialise and actualise conceptual ideas within the tools and framework of art production and advanced technologies. The aim of this work is to analyse and propose a model of infrastructure including forms of governance, a feedback control system, and a financial model for an artistic practice using collaborative modes of production, autonomous distribution, and controller design for adaptation, that is able to modify subjectivities towards climate solutions, post-work futures and global equality while using, adapting and building infrastruc- ture models of a counter neoliberal economy.
WHAT IS THIS?
The new conceptualism addresses the real trough infrastructure, not aesthetics.
WHAT DO WE NEED?
We understand that these positions and goals act on an infrastructural and global scale proposing a systemic change in the organisation and governance of contemporary society. We as an art studio are aware of the macro-level impact needed to understand the problems of climate collapse, ine- quality, polarisation, and the precarious individual. However, we believe that artistic practices and cultural production can help and advance the modeling of new subjectivities that will be able to navigate towards a progressive future.
WHAT ARE THE FRAME WORKS?
How are projects scalable? How can critical practice, inform and shape realities? What is the role of the artist? How to ensure plasticity and long-term commitment of infrastructure?
These questions are very broadly formed and try to under- stand the relation of the macro-level infrastructure and also highlight how systemically positioned critical practices must be in the 21st Century. Since one of the key problems within the contemporary field of institutional critique and concep- tual art is the incapability of leaving the state of questioning and problematizing. Furthermore, the overall alignment of contemporary art and neoliberal economic models- making contemporary art a neoliberal enforcer and thus need to be exited if claiming to be critical of dominant hegemony, after Suhail Malik.
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WHAT DO YOU WANT?
A reformed world.