We are dealing with algorithmic aspects of images. That’s their computability. Critically we can do this only if we first look at them as non-computable. For nothing is per se computable.
We don’t stick to disciplines. But we work in a disciplined manner. Always out of chaos. Our work has roots in computing & art, thus in algorithmics & aesthetitics, i.e. in semiotics, education, design and media theory.
We contribute to a fundamental theory of computing. Digital media are processes: transient & always unfinished.
Signs in and on the computer are algorithmic signs. They possess surface and subface.
They appear together with the machinization of mental labor.
Our attitude is basically sceptical and critical.
From it we gain energy for design.