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Torque #1 - Mind, Language and Technology

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Torque brings together a diverse collection of essays and artworks, many newly commissioned for the project, that reflect upon the plasticity of the brain, the adaptability of technology and the malleability of language, and their twisting together through past, present and future cultures. The contributors and their work each offer unique models of navigating this territory, making their own artefacts, writing their own scripts, forging critical space and examining the blind spots. Torque#1 is the result of a wide range of cross-disciplinary conversations, taking place across symposia, online forums, live events and workshops, produced by Nathan Jones and Sam Skinner. Contributors: Lambros Malafouris, Emil Alzamora, Anna Munster, Benedict Drew, Esther Leslie, Cécile B Evans, Hannah Proctor, Nathan Jones, Stephen Fortune, Dennis Oppenheim, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Holly Pester, Geoff Cox, Alex McLean, Kate Sicchio, Karl Heinz Jeron, Mez Breeze, Robert Sheppard, Chris Boyd, Imogen... More > Stidworthy.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
1st
Published
September 22, 2014
Language
English
Pages
214
File Format
PDF
File Size
17.06 MB

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