Cyber ~ Archiving Knowledge, sculptures

Cyber ~ Archiving Knowledge, sculptures

‘Will the new generation of (cyber) archives be accessible, decolonised, norm critical, and counter hegemonic to dominant forms of knowledge?’, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The act of archiving is a performative act – that actively disengages with the statement of ethnocentrism, and states instead that 'your knowledge is better than mine', From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
Archives contain archives that have been archived by archivists, who work through archives to create further archives within archives, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The archive is a tool for both ‘History’ – the science of the state, and ‘Memory’ – the art of the stateless, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
What compromise could there be with the instrument of your repression?, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The archive can perform a role of a critical apparatus, that can possibly provide a 'critical diagnosis' no more, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The body is an archive. The body will always be central to resistance, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The archive is a corpus, a manifested body of a witness, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
Archives investigate contaminated circumstances, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
Can Archives speak?, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
Tools & Technology are devoid of their political affiliations, it is only in the way these tools are used, can those political or ideological manifestations that arise from its use, be discussed, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The fable of ‘The Emperor’s Cartographers’ tells a fictional tale of cartographers who created the map so vast that it matched the dimensions of the empire precisely, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The question is no longer 'Can We use the master’s tools to take down the master’s house?' Today the question is 'Can we still use our own tools now that the master has taken them up?', From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The task of the archive is to make you hear, to make you feel, and above all, to make you see. That is all, and it is everything. The archive is simultaneously never complete and always complete, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
How do we map ourselves? What are the possible parameters of such a mapping? what kind of a field would this hybrid between social sciences and artistic practice constitute?, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The archive mediates time and space; fights nostalgia and amnesia; visibalises the silence; it contains the potentiality of everything – including the unspeakable, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018
The archive is ‘a language, not yet a language’, exponentially transcending its contexts by increasing its vocabulary through a transmediated absorption of meaning, From the series: Archiving Knowledge, hand engraved marble, 2018