[ISEA2023] Paper: Gerolamo Gnecchi Ruscone — Thinking with Tides: An Inventory of Technical Objects within the Thames Estuary


Full Paper. Theme: Ecosystems – Climate Change Sub theme: Symbiotic Organizations

The research explores what it means to think with tides in order to problematize the relation between humans/technology/ecology, with the scope of producing, through computational methods and art practice, what can be thought of transversal beings. In other words, the production of spaces that are composed of a community of bodies.

  • Gerolamo Gnecchi Ruscone (IT/UK) is an architect, artist, and researcher, that work explores and challenges ways bodies, cultures, perceive and relate with watery environments. He is currently doing a PhD in Arts and Computational Technology at Goldsmiths University, UK. The PhD is supervised by Atau Tanaka and Graham Harwood and funded by CHASE.