Ramon Amaro, “Darkness, as a first act of creation,” in “I See That I See What You Don't See," Exhibition, Dutch Pavillion, XXII Triennale di Milano
The project explores the theme of ‘Darkness’ as an after- image that while it can be perceived as an expression of nothingness, instead reveals the production of Black life as an ‘act of creation’.
Ramon Amaro, “Artificial Intelligence: warped, colorful forms and their unclear geometries,” in Schemas of Uncertainty: Soothsayers and Soft AI
In this chapter, I perform a close reading of the development of artificial neural networks and Euclidean geometry to ask what it might mean for the Black body to exist within non-Euclidean space.
Ramon Amaro, “As If,” e-flux architecture 97 (February, 2019), https://www.e-flux.com/architecture/becoming- digital/248073/as-if
In this article I discuss the limitations of representation in computer vision. I argue that it is not enough to simply reveal racialised outputs in computation as a means of resistance. By focusing o
Ramon Amaro, “Afrofuturism.” In Posthuman Glossary, eds. Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018): 17–19.
This short exegesis of the Afrofutiriust movement draws our view away from speculative essentialism and onto futurism as a space of non-coherence.
Ramon Amaro, “Precognition.” In Posthuman Glossary, eds. Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018): 365-367.
Dismissed as mostly irrational superstition, I argue that precognition as a scientific theory to investigate extrasensory occurrence is a methodical tool that resides at the limits of cognition toward