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Infrastructures of Memory, Phygital Bodies in a Concrete Cloud

Part 2 Project 2018
Kevin Herhusky
California Polytechnic State University | USA
How can we revive an architecture saturated-in-memory? This thesis explores future techniques of preservation. Retrofitting the current architectural protector of memory, the data-center, from memory-prison into memory-palace - a spectacle of preservation. An expanding cloud condenses data into a hybrid of digital and physical space - establishing a new and engaging phygital-vernacular. Imperfect, low-res techniques-of-preservation and highly-articulated systems of infrastructure weave together into an intricate, extra-dimensional tapestry of memory.

Kevin Herhusky

Karen Lange
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