As a satellite exhibition to “Data Loam: Re-thinking Undecidability and the Future of Knowledge Systems” at AIL
Future Cryptoeconomics describe a future of knowledge systems, which address the need to articulate information and its regimes beyond the modern paradigm of indexicality. We explore how the historico-political current manifestation of data politics forbids speculation about the future (public) internet as a place for freedom and democracy. The project proposes that a different approach is needed to navigate this new universe politically as well as aesthetically. It leaves behind all binary structures of depth/surface or immanence/transcendence, or representation as an ontological structure, for dynamic regimes where correlations generate mass and produce vectors of alternative projections of the future, obfuscated in today’s sphere of artistic / fringe production in parallel societies and pseudonymous thought collectives.