James re-imagines the Barbican as an airship drifting free of central London.
James gets profiled in Vanity Fair …which is, frankly, kind of weird.
It’s also so bizarre to read about his SXSW New Aesthetic panel as being such a pivotal moment: there weren’t that many of us in the room.
A fascinating piece by James on trap streets, those fictitious places on maps that have no corresponding territory.
A short piece on the experiment that James conducted with Lighthouse in the foyer of the Cleareft office building, trying to show some kind of physical representation of coding.
Any sufficiently advanced Markov chain is indistinguishable from James Bridle.
James is giving a talk here in Brighton next month. I’ll be there with robot-actuated bells on.