2017 ~ Sunday January 15: ROAMING ASSEMBLY #10 ~ INFRASTRUCTURAL RIFTS: SOULS AND SOILS OF DISASTER DEVELOPMENTALISM: ‘Gaming Port Infrastructure from Below' ~ by Cargonauts: Anna Lascari and Ilias Marmaras
An Examination of Benoa Bay (Case Study), Further Phenomenological Approaches to Social-Ecological Crises in Bali
Cargonauts is a unique computer game conceived by a research collaboration of artists and theorists as part of Logistical Worlds. The game captures port struggles from the logisticized labour point of view, in the context of the expansion and privatization of the largest Greek container port of Piraeus (near Athens). Following Brett Neilson's talk 'From Warehouse to Data Centre: Poetics and Infrastructures of Political Form' for DAI Roaming Academy in Jakarta, 2015, Anna and Ilias present Cargonauts as research practice and aesthetic tactics of navigating and worlding infrastructure from below.