In the News: James Bridle

 Image: The Oval, a commercial property under construction in Limassol, Cyprus, in 2017; courtesy of The Atlantic

Image: The Oval, a commercial property under construction in Limassol, Cyprus, in 2017; courtesy of The Atlantic

"Citizenship and its varying legal definition has become one of the key battlegrounds of the 21st century, as nations attempt to stake out their power in a G-Zero, globalized world, one increasingly defined by transnational, borderless trade and liquid, virtual finance."

This week, Propela Superhero James Bridle authors "The Rise of Virtual Citizenship' for The Atlantic

James Bridle is an interdisciplinary artist, journalist, and technologist. He takes current technologies (like drones, driverless cars and streaming services) and explores their possibilities via hypothetical objects, installations and thought pieces. Through these speculative scenarios, he’s creating a provocative space where we are forced to challenge, question, wonder at and critique our relationship with technology.