Process-driven exhibition

Inefficient Tools for Quantified Beings is a process-driven exhibition curated by the Hackers & Designers collective , which investigates the intersection of technology and the agency of the (human, post-human, trans-human, non-human) body from a maker's perspective.

The featured artists are Nazanin Karimi, Thomas Rustemeyer, and The Underground Division (Helen Pritchard, Femke Snelting en Jara Rocha).

Engaging with technologies such as scanners, geocomputation, and 3D modeling, the exhibited works problematize the role of the 'body' in computation. In collaboration with architectural designer Thomas Rustemeyer, H&D developed a support structure which hosts the works of the invited artists.

The structure reflects the ways in which H&D functions as a community, a network, and an infrastructure. Different local networks function as a resource library in the exhibition. Visitors can access the resources and research that went into each of the works by logging into the specific hotspots.