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This website is dedicated to fostering new directions in studying infrastructure. We want to "furnish" our seemingly ephemeral clouds of data and information with ideas, designs, sentiments, emotions, and encounters. Emerging out of a conversation between many disciplines and practices--history of science, media studies, design practice, architecture--this project brings them together to rethink the politics and aesthetics of media infrastructures. To do so, our major ambition was to create a new vocabulary of concepts and practices that might challenge and queer standard notions of what an infrastructure is. Our project is ambitious and speculative. It is in process. Please continue to check us out for ongoing conversations, new materials, and provocations. Our bios and more coming soon!!!!

This web based project was directed, conceived, and created by: Orit Halpern, Nadia Christidi, Daniel Udell, Tal Halpern, Nicholas Cavaioli, Raquel DeAnda, Joseph Goldsmith, Angelica Huggins, Ian Keith, Kate McEntee, Awis Nari Mranani, Kevin Swann, Shea Sweeney, Michal Unterberg, Kyla Wasserman

With contributions from Kimberly Ackert, Shannon Mattern, Brian McGrath, Dhafar Al-Edani, Mariam Alshamali, Tanyaporn Anantrungroj, Derick Brown, Felipe Colin, Kristina Cowger, Jo Garst, Jennifer Hindelang, Jacqueline Leung, Pei Ying Lin, Valter Lindgren, Mochi Lui, Matilda Maansdotter, Emmanuela Martini, Simon Schulz, Whitney Shanks, Raquel Sonobe

DISCLAIMER: This site and the exhibition is the product of many authors. The curators and directors of the project are not responsible for the material or content of individual student projects. Each author has sole responsibility over their content.

This project was funded by the Provost Office Research Cluster Grant and the School of Constructed Environments, Parsons the New School for Design. With additional support from Historical Studies, New School for Social Research, and the School of Media Studies, New School for Public Engagement.