Natural Selection

"Natural Selection" is a project by Graham Harwood and Matthew Fuller (1996).

Natural Selection

Mongrel: Natural Selection

This project takes on the use of new communications technology for the dissemination and organisation of various forms of eugenics, nationalism and racism. The project invents cultural strategies and uses of digital technology to undermine and play with the expectations of racialisation in a manner which usurps or destroys it. Mongrel has hacked a popular internet search engine. When any searches are made on that engine for racist material the user gets dumped into a parallel network of web-sites set up by Mongrel. This parallel network has been made in collaboration with a vast global network of collaborators. It is the nightmare the whites-only internet has been waiting for.

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