Tantalum Memorial, Out of the Ground, STUK, Artefact, Leuven, Belgium

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Reading Room

Notes from Critical Friends Meeting - READING ROOM

Alistair Oldham

An old friend Alistair Oldham independently produced a documentary of the project which was informed by its processes especially the workshops that took place at the same time as the royal wedding and the Tesco riots in Bristol. We are really grateful to Alistair & Conor for all their hard work and the documentary is the best introduction our work could have.

Invisible Airs, Database, Expenditure, Power


It is possible too that the technological has its own set of imaginings. And I want to introduce three of them here, that of databases, pneumatics or compressed air, and the idea of the contraption, the unruly exuberant machine of experiment. Databases move through us, allowing new forms of power to emerge from the machine’s ability to push and process large sets of information into the gaps between knowledge and power. As databases order, compare and sort they create new views of the information they contain. New perspectives amplify, speed-up and restructure particular forms of power as they supersede others. A database is however, not a single machine, but one that carries within its genes the echoes and residues of its former selves.

Invisible Airs


"Power, Governance and Data has been conducting a naked love dance on this island since before the Doomsday book, it's rhythms have quickened of late, multiplied and become amplified through database machines. New abstractions that order and compare the world are spawning new technologies of power out of the orgiastic revelry of a bookkeeping gone mad" YoHa


Invisible Airs is an art project by YoHa assisted by Stephen Fortune. Our work has been examining the changes in conduct bought about through the relational machine. Invisible Airs is an investigation of Power, Governance and Data informed by the expenditure database of Bristol City Council.

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