Cesar & Lois: Microbiological Modeling

[ECO]nomic revolution entails modeling societal systems with microbiological growth, in order to learn from the overlaid systems. 

Cesar & Lois make microbiological mappings across different neighborhoods in order to reenvision the wealth distribution of those neighborhoods through the lens of microbiology – with biological systems that distribute resources across nodes of a network in a mostly equitable and often efficient way. The goal in layering such seemingly opposite studies – one centered around  a city’s wealth distribution and the other on microbiological growth – has been to drive a closer association between the planning and allocation of a city’s resources and microbiological growth systems. The layering of each has propelled participants’ and community members’ awareness of and critique of current systems.