:: Massive Comprehension Machine

is an audiovisual device for simultaneous navigation in two semantic networks generated in real time facing a unique concept: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but addressed from two opposing views: the media that operates on one or other side of the border. Can semantic netwoks map thoughts? Can they disclose structures that reflect the way we see the world? This device allows the investigation between the subjectivity and imaginary of one and other, and also from the subjectivity of the visitor, dealing with the complexity of one of the greatest conflicts inherited from the 20th century.

This application has its origin in the School of Architecture at the University of Alicante during the winter workshop on ARCHITECTURE, URBAN PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGIES IN THE ISRAEL/PALESTINIAN CONFLICT, with Régine Debatty and Hackitectura.