The forms will be most similar to the first image (of the vase), but with no color or tint, and more spherical, about 2ft in diameter, and the dents will vary in size/intensity, and vary across each form. There will be about 4 of them total, and each can vary in size/dents. There will be a single hole on all four, and the size is flexible and can vary -- approximately 1 to 2 inches. They do not need to stand up like a vase. The forms are meant to look organic
“A. Wissner-Gross and C. Freer, “Relativistic Statistical Arbitrage,” Physical Review E 82, no. 5 (2010). On this topic in relation to geodesign, see also Geoff Manaugh, “Islands and the Speed of Light,” March 2011. http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/islands-at-speed-of-light.html.”
The Stack: On Software and Sovereignty (Software Studies)
Benjamin H. Bratton
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A corporation is indeed made up of people, but perhaps it makes more sense to think about it as a hive-mind. Using a combination of man-power and computers, corporations can accomplish things that no single person ever could. Sometimes, it even outlives the people who created it.
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The crowdfunding and tiny brand revolutions indicate that the business entity can be a means of self-expression and an aesthetic medium of its own... The business entity is the most important disruptive technology of cultural production to watch. In the United States, recent changes in tax incentives benefiting corporation owners over freelancers provide an infrastructural ground for this hypothesis.
"We are happy to read about Charlemagne destroying the Avar Empire and taking all its gold because at some level we emotionally sneak ourselves into Charlemagne’s baggage‐train. But the Avars ruled Central Europe for over two centuries, and it is not a given that their civilization had no worth and did not represent a future we would have flourished in."