Contributors

How much of this is fiction.

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Contributors

Words by Eran Tsafrir Politics is poisoned. Propaganda, lies, manipulations, alt-facts, fake news, selective hacks and leaks are the hallmarks of the politics of our age. Appeals to emotion and personal belief, and the dismissal of proven, evidence-based facts, objective truths, and the views of experts,…

Thinking Across Hemispheres

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Contributors, Thinkers

­­­ Words by Amy Holt Cline   Being human is both complicated and wonderful for all the hidden and obvious reasons one can imagine. Being a creator and thinking creatively could be described the exact same way. We now know that when creating in any discipline,…

Jaime Tai

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biodesign, Contributors, Scout & Trends, Wearable Technology

  Words by Cathrine Disney (Twitter @CathrineDisney) Central Saint Martins MA Material Futures graduate and designer-researcher hybrid, Jaime Tai, is blurring the boundaries between design and science, building facts and ideas into tangible multi-layered scenarios. Tai’s work encourages us to think big about the future and the implications…

Charlotte Jarvis

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biomedia, Contributors, Scout & Trends

  Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog)   In this new era of digital data explosion, the availability to manage and store huge amounts of information has become a vital issue. This is particularly relevant to modern biology and bioinformatics, for which large amounts of…

James Auger (Auger-Loizeau)

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biomedia, Contributors, Scout & Trends

    Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog) Speculative design, closely related to critical design, explores new roles for design in relation to the cultural landscape’s influence on existing and emerging technologies, allowing us to think about the future (speculative futures) or criticize current practices (alternative…

Loren Kronemyer

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biomedia, Contributors, Scout & Trends

  Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog) Loren Kronemyer, an artist from Los Angeles based in Perth, focuses her work as a mean to bridge the language gap between humans and other life forms, challenging her role and involvement as an artist in the process….