Are you still watching? Big data's eyes on architecture
Are the spaces we occupy in our daily existence unique to living bodies?
With fridges that can detect expired food and cars that can park themselves, today we see objects becoming aware and pervasive through ubiquitous computing, invading all manner of spaces from the streetscape to the intimacy of your home.
Power, surveillance, and control: these three major themes are present throughout the research. Philosophers like Michel Foucault provided us with a taxonomy of different modalities of power in the 1960s-70s, but is it time to revisit these concepts in the 21st century?