Cristina Cochior


Cristina Cochior is a researcher and designer with an interest in automation, situated software and peer to peer knowledge production. Her work largely revolves around knowledge organisation systems and collective digital infrastructures. Recent projects she’s been a part of include Vernacular Language Processing, Digital Solidarity Networks, Digital Discomfort, and Bots as Digital Infrapuncture. She is part of Varia, a space for developing collective approaches to everyday technology. Varia members maintain and facilitate a collective infrastructure from which they generate questions, opinions, modifications, help, and action. They work with free software, organise events, and collaborate in different constellations.

For her project presented at the Bright Cityscapes exhibition 'Turn Signals – Design is not a Dashboard,' the contributions included: Conversations with: Paul Sorin Alexandrescu, Eric Baleanu, Una Maria Andruchovici, Ioana Raileanu, Alin Vrajitor, Ciprian Cincheza, Alex Csordas, Val Muresan Featured conversation: Una Maria Andruchovici, Ioana Raileanu Transcription and video editing: Ioana Tomici

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