Architectures, Natures & Data: The Politics of Environments
Estonian Academy of Arts & Cambridge University, Tallinn, 20–22 Apr 2017
(Keynote speakers: Matthew Gandy, Douglas Spencer)

This international conference, organized by Maroš Krivý, explores the following questions: “How have the environmental powers of architectures and urbanisms mutated since these disciplines started to unfold subjects in cybernetic environments? Who are the past, present and future subjects of digital governmentality-through-environments? Who is the "smart", optimised, efficiently behaving and algorithmically desiring citizen? And, in what sense, if any, can they be called a democratic citizen? Have social classes and political parties been replaced by de-territorialised swarms? Has government been replaced by environmental modulation?”