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About my new book, Photographic Heart

Our memory originally evolved as a survival tool. In its most biological definition, you may say that our memory has merely been there to help us learn from our past, so that we can recognize danger and avoid it in the future. Almost all species have some level of memory installed, for this purpose. But at … Continue reading About my new book, Photographic Heart

Media, Money, Machine: Tales of the Anthropocene System

It was the century when Earth’s systems got a complete makeover. And the planet got an expiration date. It is a word that is still not recognised by the spelling thesaurus. Yet we have been living in the Anthropocene for many decades now: the geologic time period, according to the textbooks, when the planet is … Continue reading Media, Money, Machine: Tales of the Anthropocene System

The Carbon Universe

Before I even knew anything about biology, mathematics or astronomy, I was always captivated by the mysterious shapes of seashells. Like computer models of mathematical equations, they always looked man-made to me. Their organised, perfectly symmetrical and geometrically accurate shapes came in sharp contrast to the disorderly, amorphous and irregular shapes of everything else around … Continue reading The Carbon Universe