If it is the logic of machines and networks that powers the electronic city, this is also the logic we must confront and open up to political appropriation. Not by dropping out, but by creating disturbances in the system from its inside, thereby altering both its past and future. It is a difficult, indirect, and ambiguous form of freedom and confrontation, but arguably the only one available to art— and perhaps to contemporary life in general.
— Lars Bang Larsen / “Feedback and Critique” / What Is Critical Spatial Practice? / 2012