The Clouds to Come

The Clouds to Come is a speculative “architectural storytelling” performance on the topics of clouds, cloud computing and the future of data storage. I am investigating the reality of the cloud (cloud computing) and critiquing the current state of the way we store, transfer and archive data. The Clouds to Come is about blurring the line between the floating, weightless and invisible metaphor of the cloud and its harsh reality: heavy, grounded, privatized, and environmentally damaging data centres. It is about taking back the control over one’s information privacy and learning to co-exist with the new digital clouds: autonomous swarms of data nodes.

The Clouds to Come research book on Issuu

The Clouds to Come: OCADU Live Performance on Youtube

The Clouds to Come: film on Youtube

 
Thesis Research final poste
 
 
 
Film Performance: stills
Thesis research book
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