‘Geocinema’ considers planetary-scale sensory networks —cell phones, surveillance cameras, satellites, geosensors— as a vastly distributed cinematic apparatus:
a camera. Sensing fragments of the earth each signal and transfer runs through their own sets of scales and temporalities while producing terabytes of raw data. Here, the representation of the earth is the sum of a decentralized editing process with its image anything but whole.
A series of investigations that test the claims of ‘geocinema’ unfolds in four parts. Each follows entangled strands into what these sensing networks might mean
through an expanded field of cinema.
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