[iDC] Situated Bibliography
A.Munster at unsw.edu.au
Fri Sep 1 19:39:00 EDT 2006
This is a really interesting social networking exercise and should happen
more often on lists! I think it's important to either briefly annotate the
books as Trebor did so we see why we might want to go to them or else to
list the problems we are dealing with as Brian did at the end.
btw Brian, Andrew Murphie (who lurks on this list) put me onto the Dupuy
stuff and it's really good! Andrew is doing really interesting stuff about
cognition and marketing via cybernetics and actually earlier paradigms -
you would be interested in his stuff.
Richard Rogers "Why Map? The Techno-epistemological outlook"
Philip H. Gouchenour, Distributed Communities and Nodal Subjects, New
Media and Society, vol. 8, no. 1, 2006. pp. 3351
Elias Canetti, Crowds and Power
Adrian MacKenzie, Transductions
Humberto Maturana and Francesco Varela, The Tree of Knowledge
Brian Holmes, Crisis Cartographies: Stratified Power and the Dynamics of
the Swarmhttp://ut.yt.t0.or.at/site/index.html (follow Meteors link)
James Surowiecki, The Wisdom of Crowds
Gustav le Bon, The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind
Jordan Crandall, 'Operational Media',CTheory,
Precarious Labour, the fibreculture journal, issue 5, 2005.
My problems/questions etc:
How can we think about crowds after 'multitude' and in their relations to
portable and networked media?
The paucity of thinking crowds in social network theory and theories of
The paucity of thinking the sociality of new, networked, wireless media
and of collective media/aesthetic/cultural practices.
The enduring problem of liberal individualism in new media,social network
and mobile/wireless theory.
The technics of mapping crowds.
Towards a social and situated 'energetics' of crowds, media, collective
aesthetics and cultural practices.
Dr. Anna Munster
School of Art History and Theory
College of Fine Arts
University of New South Wales
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ph: 612 9385 0741
fx: 612 9385 0615
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