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The challenge confronted by the developers at this stage is double: not only to make sure that, at any moment, the extraction of a file is possible, 36 but also—what interests us more for the scope of this article—that any user of the system does not have access to content of which she is not the intended recipient. To sum it up, the developers need to achieve a balance between the agility of the system—the rapidity of its response—and the confidentiality of the data circulating within it.
The ways in which this layer should take shape are discussed at length. Finally, the team decides to work on a system that should be able to foster direct exchanges at the two levels of the interface and the application—a decision that is perhaps informed, Dietrich recognizes, by the media buzz surrounding Facebook and its opaque and ever-present servers.
Whenever a user was publishing a file, the encryption key of that file would be revealed to the public; but similarly, when the user wanted to share with other specific users, the key of these files would be securely revealed only to the friends and groups he shared the file with. Among us [the developers], at some point we called it the friendship key, and it was something that stayed afterwards. No strings attached, and no servers attached, either. Indeed, with the release of the beta version of the platform, Drizzle introduces in this document a section detailing the conditions for the allocation of computational resources of the different computers participating in the system.
This fuels into the privacy-by-design approach, which shapes privacy via the constraints and opportunities deriving from the treatment and the location of data, according to the different moments and operations taking place within the system. Evolutions in architectural design affect the repartition of competences and responsibilities between service providers, content producers, users and network operators. They shape the sustainability of the underlying economic models and the technical and legal approaches to the management of digital content and personal data. They make visible, in various configurations, the forms of interaction between the local and the global, the patterns of articulation between the individual and the collective.
Architectural design also contributes to shift the boundary between public and private uses of the internet as a global facility. Danezis and P.
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Oscar, S t. F uller , Matthew ed. K irschenbaum , Matthew G. Dogs and Pigs is an interrogation of the influence of the liberated African Diaspora on the issue of sex and sexuality and homosexuality in traditional African setups. The Diaspora Cycle chronicles generations of a single family originating in West Africa in the 15th century, following their lineage to modern day descendants in the United States, in the form of ten minute plays.
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The multigenerational saga explores the role of inextricable tradition, trauma and joy across centuries and continents. Each minute play is a stand-alone piece, and simultaneously crafted to be performed as a whole, assembling a full-length play. These pieces may be performed in varying order creating the opportunity to tell this story with a fresh perspective each time, and with significant input from the production team.
This project investigated the functions of dramatic texts in mobility as well as the political factors responsible for their circulation. Although there is a strong focus on textual mobility, other areas of focus include their functionality as one of the modes of post-colonial transition. It may be useful to consider them as independent cultural objects in mobility.
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The principal concern for this project was the politicization of texts and performances by epistemic communities as a means toward specific purposes such as accentuation of cultural identity and Nationalist ideologies. Jallo approaches this topic with the idea that the principal factor accountable for drama in transnationalism is a paradigmatic shift from traditional theatre to literary theatre. Ultimately the project investigates the modes of deterritorialization of the space of performance and how temporarily, the idea of rootedness is transformed into the habitation of a new space.
Any door, even one that is open, marks a separation of the inside to the outside. In his project Approaches, Ryo Abe wanted to imagine a natural architecture, leaving behind ideas of borders. Port-Miou, this immense "interstice" more or less abandoned to nature where people pass through rather than stop to appreciate, has the potential to let us imagine a symbiosis between human and nature, offering an experience as opposed to a simple entry point.
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A thread that reinterprets our relationship with nature. Certain boundaries are passed more obviously than others: the end of the tarmac, that of the marked track… but the thread serves to link past, present and future, creating a bridge between the users of the park to the biodiversity and landscape.
Port-Miou could be landscaped with the help of residents, researchers and park users to offer a complete "summary" of all the calanques: large open spaces in front of the sea; pathways that lead us away from the town and invite us to become encompassed by nature; an access to the sea-front; to information on biodiversity, history and patrimony; a recreational point; a space for both scientific study and culture. In , the seed for this vast project has been planted. In , Ryo Abe is back to pursue this work.
What if, instead of being simply a space that we pass through to reach the calanques further along, this old industrial site that the pines try to hide, abandoned but never reintegrated back into nature, became an experimental garden? The idea has already begun to grow through those who have met and discussed with Ryo Abe. It is taking root by our desire to welcome and to feel welcomed by nature. Over the last decades, scientists have been arguing about the existence of a form of communication between plants: apparently, plants transmit information through electrical signals and chemistry.
Happening beyond human perception, this communication could be one of the many phenomena that occur in the invisible part of our environment. At Camargo, Julien Clauss plans to observe indirectly plant communication to create an aesthetic experience for the public: participatory readings via community radio, video streaming of infrared observations, and paintings made of toxic waste.
Tales of Vegetable Beings is a work that explores human-plant entanglements. The title at once refers to the plants as beings themselves and the many ways of being together with plants. The work act as a survey of exchanges between humans and the vegetable realm, which reframes plants not as inert objects but as active agents playing important roles in the economic, social, and emotional lives of humans. The aim is to highlight the incredible two-way relationships, formed deep in our evolutionary past, that have left plant signatures in humans and human signatures in plants and reveal the ways in which we are deeply entangled with and dependent upon the non-human world around us.
During her residency at Camargo, Katie Holten further developed her Stone Alphabet project, an attempt to create a language beyond the human. A member of Generation Anthropocene, Holten believes there is a vital need for pioneering research to visualise and help solve the challenges affecting interconnected systems of society and ecosystems. She will attempt to draw out an "unconscious alphabet" from the Karst landscape of the Calanques. Stones leak layers of infinite knowledge.
Reading and writing the stones, Holten returned to earliest forms of human communication, drawing out history, stories, lines, and letters.
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With an investigative approach, the artist conducted research on the history of the area and its uses until now. Working on drawings and photos, but also on sound recording, the idea was to collaborate with researchers to develop new projects related to the macro- and micro-scale of this area. During the residency The Calanques , Shanta Rao explored the world of jellyfish, whose growing presence on the beaches of the Calanques National Park poses questions of otherness, highlighting the link between humans and other animal species. These studies sought to compare various sculptural and scientific research.
Dark matter and dark energy serve as portals to interrogating spaces of the unknown, yet that which have an unequivicated impact on the composition of the universe. El Pueblo de los Olvidados "The Village of the Forgotten" a performance in the genre of science-fiction, prompted by Antonio's Ramos research about Puerto Rico in the wake of natural disaster—Hurricane Maria.
Beyond being repurposed as a spot for resting and rejuvenation, Puerto Rico hosts a base for a top-secret laboratory where the invaders develop a powerful new weapon that has the ability to extract water from other planets, leaving devastating droughts in its wake. In this new environment, Tony Tacon has no choice but to leave his glorious glitter shell and reinvent themselves with Nature.
The appeal of the exotic new land spreads to other planets. In the midst of all the hardship, a ray of light emerges as Tony Tacon discovers a secret weapon under his rapidly growing cloud of hair,that helps the native people understand the spell they had fallen into. Scattah Brain , composed of Jahson The Scientist vocals , Andi Tausch guitar and Andreas Lettner drums , opens eyes, draws attention to social grievances and puts its finger on the sore spots of society.