The project ilinx is an online experiment that explores the relationship between computation and humans as a phenomenal world extending the existential search for knowledge.
The research around the project was done through reading, writing and re-editing of texts and software, theory and fiction. These formed a collection of materials to be interconnected with each other, creating a map and navigating through it as the work progressed.
The result is an explorable diary and labyrinth where humans and machines, texts and codes melt together taking the shape of an hypertextual theory-fiction.
[Tancredi Di Giovanni, ilinx, 2020. Rotterdam]. This work is published under the terms of the Peer Production License. The Peer Production License is an example of CopyFair licensing, in which only other commoners, collectives and nonprofits can share and re-use the material in question.