Tag Archive for: 'materialism'
Materialism and Interactive Documentary

Adrian Miles convened a panel at the 2017 Visible Evidence Conference (Buenos Aires) asking questions about matertialism, materialist media philosophy, and interactive documentary. The panellists were Adrian Miles, Daniel Fetzner (.de), Carles Sora (.es), and Judith Aston (.uk). Feisty is one adjective that springs to mind. The protocol was 10 slides, each slide 30 seconds, … (Jakob van Uexküll, A foray in the world of animals and humans) and Rethinking the Animate, Tim Ingold, from: Ingold, Tim. Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description. London: Routledge, 2011. Print.

Courtesy of Daniel Binns we have the opening gambits of Eugene Thacker’s recent horror of philosophy trilogy. We are reading the preface and first part (PDF) of The Dust of This Planet. citation is more or less Thacker, Eugene. In the Dust of This Planet: Horror of Philosophy. Winchester: Zero Books, 2011. Print. Next reading …

I’m sorry I don’t have a story

An essay come article that I read from at a Spotlight session in 2016 has been published. This was written in what is an usually subjective voice (for the discipline, and much to the alarm of one of the reviewers) and as a hypertext. The hypertext was translated into a multilinear iBook (that’s an oxymoron) …

Stewart’s Attunements

The second reading is Stewart, Kathleen. “Atmospheric Attunements.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29.3 (2011): 445–453. A copy is available.