Regarding the development of the project Folded-In, the phenomenon of immaterial labour into the frame context of web 2.0 explicitly situates this subjective turn within the active and ongoing construction of virtual subjectivities across social networks. This is realised by offering the necessary tools that give the possibility not only of participation but also of comparison and exploration of the alternative possible forms of co-existence inside a game space.
The reason for such an undertaking is that we live in moments of rupture that regulate the transformations of "demographic politics" and politicisation of life. The main idea behind this involves a concern for affairs that are brought to the attention to a bio-politics. We are not talking here only about focusing on the culturally specific conditions within shifting modalities, but also about far broader issues that emerge. To that extent, the emergence of this intersection reaches its debates around cross border dialogue, cultural intersections, crossings and/or networks which are profoundly rooted in a "disappearance" of subtle, "concrete" boundaries.
By problematising the "transitory character" where different visions are converging and moving in defining and redefining the borders within new forms of articulation, the question we wish to raise is: what is this really referring to? What would happen when we encounter with a discursive space that produces a reality in which Hegel's widely known articulation "there is no state in Europe" is found beyond its borders?