Contemporary Futurism

[bracket] | Chris Perry

Published in "Bracket 2 [goes Soft]", 2013

In our current age of digital, biological, and environmental technologies, the contemporary experience can be seen as one increasingly characterized by temporal flux.

In our contemporary technological milieu of bioengineering, man-machine interfaces, and communication networks, architecture is reconceived to take the form of a reflexive network of shifting participants, programmatic and environmental conditions, and knowledge flows.

Extract from
Related publications:
Bracket 1 [on Farming]
Landscape Futures