GENERAL_INDEX is a shape-shifting encyclopedia focusing on factual information from all of human knowledge gathered into a corpus of both physical and conceptual ideas.
Tree of (un)General Knowledge. First object published by General_Index
Ill-Studio & General_Index and Slam Jam present the Attention Deficit Disorder Prosthetic Memory Program. A perspective on the cultural and cognitive flattening of human networked recollections through a series of encyclopedic explorations.
Videos made with Area of Work
Slam-Jam, Ill-Studio and General_Index present A.D.D.P.M.P.
The A.D.D.P.M. Program presents a perspective on the cultural and cognitive flattening of human networked recollections through various sensory and emotional expressions. Brief histories of the future, snapshots of the present, and prolonged perceptions of the past shape-shift and fuse together to evolve into a collection of encyclopaedic explorations that formulate a taste of our current time.
These records sink into the residue of what it took to arrive at the dawn of the Anthropocene Era and examine its fingerprints, while synchronously shaping a cast of what the future might resemble in form of a shared fantasy.
This must be the place. This is a safe space.
Website coded by Tristan Bagot
ON GOING (RANDOM) INDEX
Post-Postmodernism, CNAC Gallery, Tokyo. An exhibition by Ill-Studio, featuring photographers Alex Blouin, Allyssa Heuze, Antje Peters, Carl Oliver Ander, Chris Maggio, Fabrizio Albertini, Jack Bool, Marvin Leuvrey, Matthieu Lavanchy, Osma Harvilahty, Sean David Bradley, Stig De Block and Younes Klouche.
Photography : Younes Klouche
Photography : Chris Maggio
Photography : Marvin Leuvrey
Photography : Matthieu Lavanchy
Photography : Carl Oliver Ander
Photography : Jack Bool
Photography : Alex Blouin
Photography : Antje Peters
Photography : Allyssa Heuze
Photography : Stig De Block
Photography : Sean David Bradley
Photography : Fabrizio Albertini
Ongoing creative consultancy and ideation
for Louis Vuitton Men’s collections in collaboration with Virgil Abloh.
Graphic design by Marco Fasolini