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  • The 45th City by Jonathan Hanahan

    Oct 18th — Nov 9

    The 45th City explores ways of representing and occupying online news platforms in real space through the physicalization of its original source code. It suggests the latent website architecture as settings of re-framing the way we experience and inhabit digital information. In this work, architecture is extracted from the underlying code of a fake news website using an open-source tool called Tilt3d. This browser extension visuales the DOM tree-structure of the site as a series of nested boxes, building a vertical architecture from a formerly flat website. This new structure is then rendered as a real environment, mapping physical textures to digital information and speculating on what a material world of this artificial site might exist as.

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