This is the fifteenth interview from a 2018 series by Caroline Kraabel, initially broadcast on London's art radio station, Resonance 104.4 FM. Marek Tuszynski, co-founder of Tactical Technology Collective, talks about how digital technology can help and hinder activists and advocates in their continuing struggles for relevance, communication, security and privacy, which often use methods related to improvisation: rapidity, listening, adaptability – the unexpected, surprising and new.
Chaos is a form of machine as well, because it can in some other way also be quantified and computed. The important thing is that if you are not owning the systems of quantification, then you are being quantified.
from Why is Improvising Important?,
released January 23, 2019
Recorded by Caroline Kraabel; thanks to Marek Tuszynski, Tactical Technology Collective, Resonance 104.4 FM, and John Edwards.