materialism

The politics of collective repair: examining object-relations in a postwork society

In this paper, we look at repair as an emergent focus of recent activism in affluent societies, where a number of groups are r

FCJ 28: Creative Robotics

New issue of Fibreculture on creative robotics: ‘I like your dress. You must be a fashionista.’ ‘Really? Thanks’, I re

Entangled Media Histories: The value of Transnational and Transmedial Approaches in Media Historiography

The transnational and transmedial dimensions of media and communication throughout history have not always been adequately rec

Matters of Concern and Interactive Documentary

The abstract of a new article of mine: This essay applies actor–network theory (ANT) and new materialism as a method for the

Bath Spa scoring runs around this stuff

Awesome looking conference that is too far away, wrong time of year, and so on: The Media Convergence Research Centre at Bath

Trauma, affect and the documentary image: towards a nonrepresentational approach: Studies in Documentary Film: Vol 0, No 0

This article reconsiders relationships between trauma and documentary film, and does so by drawing on recent affect-driven int

Trauma, affect and the documentary image: towards a nonrepresentational approach: Studies in Documentary Film: Vol 0, No 0

This article reconsiders relationships between trauma and documentary film, and does so by drawing on recent affect-driven int

Studies in Material Thinking

Transversal Practices focuses on how art, subjects, collectives, politics and thinking are in the making; how they take-form a

More real than reality ” : an interview with James Benning

Interview with Benning…. from Delicious: http://ift.tt/2kgIEjU

More real than reality ” : an interview with James Benning

Interview with Benning…. from Delicious: http://ift.tt/2kgIEjU

I’m Sorry I don’t have a Story

I’ve just had an essay published. I wrote this in Storyspace, then spent a lot of time translating the link structure in

Article: Entanglements of Evidence in the Turn Against Critique

Too much, too much, too much. “Over the past decade, a range of theorists have argued that critique, in its rigid pursui