Kinoderm Abrasion

The conceptual object that emerged from ‘Walking is In(di)visible’ was the kinoderm, an always-on camera-skin existing indiscernibly between military-industrial control and cyborg agency in quasi-public and synthetic-digital spaces. ‘Kinoderm Abrasion’ considers the ruptures, easter eggs and backdoors in this enclosed skin—or perhaps the chafings that reposition the critique of ocularcentrism along subtle new vectors of possibility.