First in a series of new works exploring techno-capitalism and biodiversity loss, Joana Moll’s 4004 launches at TPG, London, and online. In the piece, the Spanish artist draws parallels between microprocessors and insects, “both small but key components of larger systems.” Over the show’s duration, a generative tapestry of bugs and bees is gradually superseded by microprocessors, echoing the dramatic decline seen since the first commercial CPU, the Intel 4004 the work is named after, was introduced in 1971.

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