Repurposing legacies

In repurposing the legacies that are given, we can reconnect failed computational experiments with current needs.

After a series of attempts to run code, one finds different grades of degradation of compiled computational artefacts. In collecting legacies at a morgue, one can engage in blameless post-mortem with the operational processes. The outcome of a timeline of events eases emotional stress, supports mutual understanding with fact, and relativises the material conditions and modes of production within the procedural context.