jacob remin


i am an artist and engineer, composer and designer. central to my praxis is collaboration and infrastructural critique, with special focus on the meeting between late capitalism and the algorithmic potential of the internet and computers everywhere. my praxis manifests in the meeting between light, space, sculpture and composition.

i like to create spaces for conversation. coming from early computer culture, i have never felt at home in the mainstream internet. in this light my community work and art can be read as alternate visions of connectivity and care.

i prefer to ask questions rather than make statements. my praxis is kaleidoscopic, shifting mediums, roles and forms for each project. i embrace complexity, entropy and non-linear narratives.

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"we are surrounded by delineations. lines draw out the world around us, they prescribe constraints and pathways, borders, intersections and crossing points. most every human-built thing around us was a line in a mind before coming into the world. lines in collective discussion and planning, inscribed on paper and as mapped out vectors on screens. these line-dreams become buildings, kitchens, cars, shoes, laptops, national borders and so on. as sight was once understood as inner light shining out into the world, thought-lines also emanate outwards: the structure of a tree from root to leaf is mind-warped into a demonstration of natural, linear hierarchies in the world, someone’s life is on a path, a linear journey, as imagined or rendered into slick screen saver or broken LCD screen noise."

excerpt from the text lines in the ground by nathaniel budzinski, written for the exhibition harvesting the rare earth

process picture: tablet showing rock picture, partly covered in earth

this website has been made with great help from studio dont and lasse korsgaard and with kind support from the danish arts counsil