[NetBehaviour] Movable Borders: The Reposition Matrix Workshop - at Furtherfield

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Thu Apr 25 10:30:04 CEST 2013

Movable Borders: The Reposition Matrix Workshop - at Furtherfield

Organised by Dave Young.

FREE WORKSHOP  Date: Saturday 18 May 2013, 1-5pm.

In a post-national age, where "territorial and political boundaries are 
increasingly permeable" [1], what has become of the borderline? How is 
it defined, and what technologies are used to control it?

Movable Borders is an ongoing research project that begins to explore 
possible answers to these questions through facilitating discussions 
around the 'reterritorialisation' of the borderline in the information 
age. Participants are invited to investigate the use of cybernetic 
military systems such as remotely piloted aircraft (drones) and the 
Disposition Matrix, a dynamic database of intelligence that produces 
protocological kill-lists for the US Department of Defense.

The Reposition Matrix aims to reterritorialise the drone as a physical, 
industrially-produced technology of war through the creation of an 
open-access database: a 'reposition matrix' that geopolitically situates 
the organisations, locations, and trading networks that play a role in 
the production of military drone technologies.

Booking Essential.
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Part of the Movable Borders: Here Come the Drones! exhibition at 
Furtherfield Gallery, which opens 11th May 2013.

[1] Habermas, in The Postnational Constellation and the Future of 

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