✨📝 Call for Papers: Times of Surveillance 

We're organising a workshop on “Times of Surveillance” in early April 2023, with keynote speaker Sun-Ha Hong (author of "Technologies of Speculation: The Limits of Knowledge in a Data-Driven Society").

Deadline for proposals: 16th January 2023. Further details at:
kingsdh.net/2022/11/15/call-fo

@anthropologist @anthropology

✨📝 call for proposals: "New Directions in Museum Analytics" 

"Stemming from the Mapping Museums project mappingmuseums.org, this one-day conference seeks to draw together museum studies scholars, data scientists, cultural policymakers, and geographers to discuss and debate the role and scope of museum analytics and to frame the development of this area of research and practice. We seek presentations of 15 minutes that examine new directions and applications for museum analytics."

Abstracts due 20th January 2023.
Further details an submission form available at:
kingsdh.net/museum-analytics/

✨ talk with Richard Rogers (U. Amsterdam) on machine critique, 1st Dec ✨ 

Looking forward to hosting
Richard Rogers (University of Amsterdam / Digital Methods Initiative) for a talk on "Machinic critique: Web epistemological approaches in contemporary historical perspective", 1st December 4-5.30pm. ✨

Details & registration here:
machinic-critique.eventbrite.c

an #introduction ... 📝

my work explores the role of digital data, methods and infrastructures in the composition of collective life.

i'm currently focusing on...
- 📘 a book on public data practices
- 🌳 arts-based digital methods for exploring environmental issues
- 🐌 a special issue on critical technical practices in digital research
- 🗃 documenting online mobilisations of east and southeast asian communities in the uk

i'm senior lecturer in critical infrastructure studies at the department of digital humanities, king's college london; cofounder of publicdatalab.org; and research associate at digitalmethods.net + medialab.sciencespo.fr.

more at: jonathangray.org/

tag heap: #algorithmstudies #antiracism #aoir #archiving #art #climatechange #commons #compost #criticaldatastudies #criticaltechnicalpractice #criticaltheory #datapractices #datastudies #decolonisation #digitalcommons #digitalculture #digitalhumanities #ecology #feminism #feministsts #forests #formats #freesoftware #infrastructurestudies #internetstudies #issuemapping #london #lowtech #newmediaart #newmediastudies #participatorydesign #philosophy #platformstudies #scienceandtechnologystudies #socialtheory #softwarestudies #soundscapes #speculativefiction #sts #zines

✨🔖 new blog post on "digital innovation and crisis-related resilience" 

Hi, I’m Kate, I’m an academic at King’s College London #kcl researching the impact of #artificialintelligence #ai on people and societies. I am weirdly an expert on #sexrobots and #sextech (wrote a book called “Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots”). I'm a Patron of #HumanistsUK and I'm on the board of the #OpenRightsGroup. Born and raised in Co. Down; slowly learning #Irish so my bilingual nephews can't talk about me behind my back.

🔖 Joanna Zylinska on non-human creativity 

"The concept of nonhuman creativity encourages us to rescale the human to a different measure. Cutting the human down to size, it allows for the opening up of the historical definition, with its colonial wounds and epistemological delimitations, to the planetary horizon—while also issuing an ethical injunction. In this context, media art can be read as a historically-significant human practice of attuning our sensorium to events and transformations unfolding in our world—and of recalibrating our attention and sensibility to a different measure."

From Joanna Zylinska's contribution to "Media Art 21".

👀📖 read more at: kingsdh.net/2022/10/26/ma-21/

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