Sanz Serif, a makeshift nickname earned as a result of my typographic likes, is the umbrella under which I present the diverse facets of my work: academic research on architecture and urbanism, design speculations, graphic design, curatorial and editorial work, and writings developed individually or collaborately, in institutional settings or independently.

Current focus: Workscapes.

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Captives in FutureLand, in Volume #51

My article 'Captives in Futureland' has been published in issue 51 of Volume, 'Augmented Technology.'

When considering the reality of automated ports, images of perfectly organised human-less landscapes come to mind. Devoid of human presence, these systems are carefully designed to minimize risks of instrusion by physical entities - but what about their cyber security? In this article, I analyse the case study of the APM Terminals' hack in Rotterdam, then the system was shut down by a malware for 12 days, arguing for a different, more resilient design - perhaps a little less elegant, but more effective one.

Get Volume #51, 'Augmented Technology' here.

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