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Data poetry - Love in the Anthropocene SWISP Lab X Science Carbon Mediator (Anon) x Deep Dream Generator

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posted on 2023-12-22, 01:51 authored by SARAH HEALYSARAH HEALY, KATHRYN COLEMANKATHRYN COLEMAN

This SWISP Lab postcard Love in the Anthropocene includes a HAK.io 'Hundreds' poem written by a Science Gallery Bengaluru Carbon Mediator (Anon) in WhatsApp (unsent messages) during SWISP Lab's residency in July/August, 2023 and an image generated by SWISP Lab's Deep Dream account in response.

On the back of the postcard it says:

Hacking the Anthropocene is a speculative inquiry that asks a pressing question of our times: With the whole bloody catastrophe laid out before us, at what point do we intervene? In response, we employ "hacking" as a speculative method for collaborative and creative problem-solving with young people in seven sites across the globe, starting at Science Gallery Bengaluru. An aim is to codesign pluricultural climate curriculum rooted in local issues yet connected to global conversations in partnership with The Science Gallery International Network.​

Hacking the Anthropocene is co-located in a purpose built metaverse. Artifacts created by young people while hacking the Anthropocene are digitised and curated into an immersive exhibition hosted by Mozilla HubsTM. Immersive exhibitions that blend art, science, and innovative technologies, make it possible for young people in different parts of the world to gather and shape climate education.​

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