Wireless City

 

Wireless City was a performance installation piece, originally created in 1999 amidst the hysteria of the Y2K bug.  The structure of Wireless City was inspired by Ray Kurtzweil’s assertion that the amount of time between salient revolutions in technological advancement grows exponentially shorter; the time until the next revolution is half the time of the previous revolution.  The Wireless City performance installation explores the future of the world as the time between technological revolutions approaches a sigularity. It also explores a world consumed by Hurry sickness [swfobj src=”http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/mmufson/files/2013/05/wc-clock.swf”]

 

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Wireless City was a performance installation piece, originally created in 1999 amidst the hysteria of the Y2K bug.  The structure of Wireless City was inspired by Ray Kurtzweil’s assertion that the amount of time between salient revolutions in technological advancement grows exponentially shorter; the time until the next revolution is half the time of the previous revolution.  The Wireless City performance installation explores the future of the world as the time between technological revolutions approaches a sigularity. It also explores a world consumed by Hurry sickness

 

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