[Air-l] biological new media interventions?

O'Riordan, Kate k.oriordan at lancaster.ac.uk
Wed Nov 23 13:59:10 PST 2005


You might find Eugene Thacker's 'Biomedia' and The global genome' useful - Suzanne Anker's 'Art in the molecular age' is a good context text - on this list Jenny Sunden and I are both doing different kinds of work in this area - Jenny gave a related paper at the last AoIR and I can also let you have further refs and work in prog if of any use.

All the best


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Subject: [Air-l] biological new media interventions?
Does anyone know much about biologically related new media projects
other than the Critical Art Ensemble?  I'm specifically interested in
eugenics and things similar to The Flesh Machine.  I don't know of
anyone who will know since my knowledge has effectively outstripped
that of my new media professor at this point, so I'm just fishing for
any sources that are helpful here.  Either analyses of CAE's work, or
(preferably) other new media interventions.


Katherine Mancuso, PhD student
Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts
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Emory University
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katherine.mancuso at emory.edu

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