Rather than asking how humans experience computers and networks, Anna Munster asks how networks experience—what operations they perform and undergo to change and produce new forms of experience.
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Douglas Kahn rethinks energy at a global scale, from brainwaves to outer space, through detailed discussions of musicians, artists and scientists.
Theoretically ambitious and fiercely original, Jill Bennett's radical new account of art’s foundation in the social world and of the value of aesthetics to contemporary society.
Associate Professor Paul Thomas & Professor Sean Cubitt
Capturing a dynamic field at a moment of productive ferment, Sean Cubitt and Paul Thomas present a volume of essays that consider the idea of history and the artwork’s moment in time; the intersection of geography and history in regional practice; and the history of the future.