Surveillant Anxiety: Pleasure in the Surveillance of “Others” and Seveillance at the Deep Lab

Yesterday I was on a absolutely amazing panel (video at link) at the Deep Lab on Surveillant Anxiety. Panel Description What are the lived effects of surveillance? From the anxieties of the surveilled to those of the surveillers, this panel considers the cultural, physiological, political, and psychological effects of mass surveillance. Moderator: Kate Crawford [Deep […]

Dissertation Abstract #remixthediss

After the wonderful panel yesterday, I had some people ask for more details on what I’m doing. Here is an abstract: Historical glitch: Understanding digital media through the photographic lens, explores the intersecting media ecologies of social media, digital heritage content, and culture. Specifically, this project focuses closely on what a digital project that takes […]

Defining the Human Through Media/Tech: A Letter to Fanon & McLuhan

Any feedback, questions, comments are not expected (hi lonely blog), but would be greatly appreciated, as I still have more than a week before I need to submit and a little less than month before I present. I was invited to speak at a small graduate student colloquium to discuss my work.  The topic is […]