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Matthew Ritchie: Systemic Thinking and Making

Ritchie speaks on the “historic, conceptual and practical uses of systems, how he sees systemic thinking and making in relation to debated concepts such as expression, universalism, allegory and finitude, the ‘difference equation’ and how historically heterarchical, holarchical, super-positional and semasiographic systems are used in his own practice,” with particular reference to his recent collaborative project The Morning Line in its interaction with viewers, documented in film footage of visitors’ interactions with the pavilion in its recent installation in the dense urban center of Istanbul. This presentation as part of "Systems, Process, Art, and the Social" event held on February 4, 2011, part of MIT's Festival of Arts, Science and Technology (FAST). More: http://arts.mit.edu/fast/systems-process-art-and-the-social/

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