‘Algorithmic Solidarity’ focuses on the infrastructures of coloniality and the infrastructures of solidarity opposed to them. Specifically looking into infrastructural time, algorithmic abstractions and bodies. By form, it can be a collective experience / radical pedagogy practice / walk to the specific location / LARP protocol / digital togetherness / open-ended situation / affective temporary training zone. The role of technology in this situation is multivalued and is determined by such operations as settling, parasitism, hacking, ignoring, crossing, digital violence (hacking the phone, disconnecting the Internet).
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