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Cyberbiomes: Mycelium, kyberprostor a rozpravy s rostlinnou inteligencí [CZ]

7e1e03979689af1f65f2814ebf80deb3?s=47 Ilja Panić
September 29, 2020

Cyberbiomes: Mycelium, kyberprostor a rozpravy s rostlinnou inteligencí [CZ]


Ilja Panić

September 29, 2020


  1. Ilja A. Panić | Šachta | 29.9.2020 Mycelium, kyberprostor a

    rozpravy s rostlinnou inteligencí
  2. Warning The following presentation is speculative

  3. Context

  4. Design for Emergent Futures

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  11. Mycelium

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  15. Biosemiotics And vegetal intelligence

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  17. “Instead of seeing trees as individual agents competing for resources,

    she proposed the forest as a ‘co-operative system’, in which trees ‘talk’ to one another, producing a collaborative intelligence described as ‘forest wisdom’. Some older trees even ‘nurture’ smaller trees that they recognize as their ‘kin’, acting as ‘mothers’.” — Robert Macfarlane, Underland (2019)
  18. “I see the mycelium as the Earth’s natural Internet, a

    consciousness with which we might be able to communicate. Through cross-species interfacing, we may one day exchange information with these sentient cellular networks.” — Paul Stamets (2005), Mycelium Running (2005)
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  20. We are all mushrooms

  21. Opisthokont

  22. Prototaxites

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  25. Stoned Ape Theory

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  28. Cyberdelics

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  32. Burning Acacia bush

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  34. “There is actually not a culture on earth that doesn’t

    make use of certain plants to change the contents of the mind, whether as a matter of healing, habit, or spiritual practice.” — Michael, How To Change Your Mind (2018)
  35. Timothy Leary

  36. “Taking LSD was a profound experience, one of the most

    important things in my life.” — Steve Jobs
  37. “The Internet is the global brain, the cyberspacially connected, telepathic,

    collective domain that we've all been hungering for.” — Terence McKenna
  38. Darwin's Pharmacy: Sex, Plants, and the Evolution of the Noosphere

    by Richard M. Doyle
  39. Speculative futures

  40. Crisis of collective imagination

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  43. Solarpunk Eco-Speculation & Eco-Futurism

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  47. Mycoremediation Mycelium as a medium of change

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  52. Mycotechnologies and other inter-species interfaces

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  55. Mycelium Project Eric Klarenbeek

  56. Fungi Mutuarium L I V I N

  57. Remediator Nicolás Viollier

  58. Growth Assembly Sascha Pohflepp, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Sion Ap Tomos

  59. Atree ? BOARD

  60. Growing A Hidden Architecture Christian Kerrigan

  61. Glowing plants MIT

  62. Grow Your Own Cloud

  63. Plantas Nómadas Gilberto Esparza

  64. In the Eyes of the Animal Marshmallow Laser Feast

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  66. Look at the stars

  67. “It is now highly feasible to take care of everybody

    on Earth at a "higher standard of living than any have ever known." It no longer has to be you or me. […] War is obsolete. [It is a matter of persuading] all humanity to divert high-science technology from weaponry to livingry.” — Buckminster B. Fuller, Critical Path (1981)
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  69. Panpsychism

  70. Mycelium Brain Internet Universe

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