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The semester will be devoted to exploring how legacy art and design techniques might be subverted (altered, manipulated, destroyed) to produce new, non-normative forms.
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3 hours ago by crankin
Readings on the History of the Atlantic World – AAIHS
Several months ago, Five Books published a list of 5 books on the Atlantic World, which included some notable omissions. While not exhaustive, the purpose of this reading list is to better capture the depth and diversity of the field and acknowledge the intellectual contributions of women and scholars of color. Several of the scholars included in this list have produced additional books that may be of interest, and we encourage readers to explore their work further. In organizing this list, we attempted to de-emphasize the structures of empire. We begin with contributions that focus on the Indigenous and African peoples of the Atlantic World, then follow movement across the Atlantic Ocean. We conclude with contributions that discuss connections between South America, the Caribbean, Central America, North America, and Europe and the Atlantic World.
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12 days ago by crystaljjlee
Thieves of experience: On the rise of surveillance capitalism
Pretty thorough review of Shoshana Zuboff’s new book. Key idea is the “extraction imperative” that drives Google, Facebook, etc.
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15 days ago by samplereality
They Will Not Return
Possible Twine game to include on my Death in the Digital Age syllabus, with shades of Bradbury’s “There Will Come Soft Rains”
dig215  Twine  syllabus  interactivefiction  links 
19 days ago by samplereality
The Fyre Festival and the Trumpet of Amplification
Terrific/terrifying post by Mike Caulfield showing that the same principles that underwrote the Fyre Festival apply to disinformation and conspiracy theories
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19 days ago by samplereality
Computational Thinking and Programming · GitHub
This organization has no public members. You must be a member to see who’s a part of this organization. via Pocket
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23 days ago by kintopp
Digital Bibliography
AN EVALUATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY: DIGITAL CULTURE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, THE INTERNET, THE WEB By David Abrahamson Northwestern University Prefatory Note: What follows is a discursive compilation of more that four-hundred-and-fifty items, most of fairly recent authorship, united by a common -- though ve
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24 days ago by therourke
STS.035 Exhibiting Science course description
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), we’ll explore the extraordinary, collaborative work of MIT artists and engineers that transformed technologies into artistic media and reimagined the role of art in technological society. The seminal CAVS project Centerbeam will provide a lens on the media, methods and aspirations of the CAVS community, as it inspires our own creation: an art installation/exhibit for public display at the Compton Gallery.

This is an expanded communication-learning course. We’ll go beyond speaking and writing to working with technologies as instruments of expression and communication. Museum exhibition is the vehicle. An exhibit is a multisensory, multimedia, learning environment, and we’ll conceive and create our own in the Compton Gallery. The course material and coursework build to the realization of this original class exhibit that will open to the public end of the semester.
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24 days ago by crystaljjlee
Exhibiting Science assignment
The assignment challenge is to generate two concepts. Each concept is to include 1. subject matter and 2. the physical form of the installation. What will we “speak” about? What is the driving concern behind our project? What are the key features/main elements of the physical installation? How will it make best use of the gallery space and its situation off the Infinite? What will draw people in and what will they experience?

Mon. in class, each student will give a seven-minute presentation. You’ll need to show visuals—can be sketches, rough model, Powerpoint, etc., as you choose

We’ll be learning about artistic production, exhibition design and installation, etc. as we progress through the semester. Your task now is to respond to what you’ve learned about so far and contribute ideas based on what inspires you and what you’re passionate about doing. For this assignment, come up with a lot of ideas freely and then choose the two you’re most excited about for presentation.
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24 days ago by crystaljjlee

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