Category Archives: Research

Baltic Arts Centre Residency, Gotland – 06/2015

The focus of this residency was to carry out inter-disciplinary research centred around fieldwork and the discovery by Carl Linnaeus of the snail Radix balthica (the Wandering Snail) at a site in Gotland in 1758. Since, its discovery Radix balthica … Continue reading

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Linnaeus’ Paper Technologies – Presentation by Staffan Muller-Wille

At the recent RADIX workshop (#2 – Field | Studio) Stafffan Muller-Wille gave a fascinating presentation on Linnaeus, mapping, lists and much more.

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Images from Workshop #2

This gallery contains 7 photos.

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Workshop #2 – Field | Studio

Fieldwork Meeting October 15th 11.00 am – 4.30 pm  

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Wandering Snail (Radix balthica)

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On the interplay between a snail and an algorithm

There is a recent interview with Radix about the “Wandering Snail (Radix balthica)” available to read on the we-make-money-not-art site.

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Radix Sort

Within the project Wandering Snail (Radix balthica) the Radix Sort algorithm is explored to mediate between the human and the snail. You can find out more details about this algorithm that dates back to the development of early tabulating machines here.

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