Lostness in Hyper-Space
Technology is blurring the distinctions between humans and non-humans. The proliferation of new media, smart phones and the Internet has led to an increased disorientation. No longer are we able to define human existence by unique temporal and spatial coordinates. Considering proposals that we respond to this by changing the way we research digital technologies, and move towards sustained engagements with digital processes, this seminar examines the entangled temporal relationships that occur in practice between body, data, image, and interface. The seminar explores the difficulties of positioning oneself and one’s practice in our post-contemporary, post-human, post-internet, post-design, post-media, post-medium, world.