Category Archives: Affect and social media

Sleepwalker Contagion Theory on Bloomberg

Your Instagram Exposes You to Coronavirus Contagion. With the spreading outbreak, social media is taking social contagion to new extremes By Alex Webb 9 March 2020, 06:00 GMT See orginal text on Bloomberg here: https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-03-09/coronavirus-contagion-your-facebook-feed-is-feeding-the-hysteria (Bloomberg Opinion) — You may … Continue reading

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A Sleepwalker’s Guide to Social Media

WAKE UP DONNIE! This is a targeted ad. Sleepwalk your way to Barnes and Noble. Purchase your pre-order copy. Pass on this message to your lookalikes. WAKE UP DONNIE! This is a targeted ad. Sleepwalk your way to Barnes and … Continue reading

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A&SM#5/Sensorium registration open, full programme published

The organisers of the 5th Affect and Social Media/Sensorium Conference and Art Show (25-26th June 2020) are very pleased to announce that registration is now open. The confirmed full programme for A&SM#5 MORE-THAN is published here: https://viralcontagion.blog/asm5-summer-2020/ There is also … Continue reading

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A&SM#5/CfP Closed/Registration Open

A&SM#5 International Conference and Sensorium Art Show 25-26th June 2020 University of East London, Stratford Venue USS Building. Registration Now Open Link to Registration: £20, Concessions £10, free for UEL staff and students: Programme Confirmed Keynotes Carolyn Pedwell Carolyn Pedwell is … Continue reading

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A&SM#5 CfP deadline fast approaching

Senior researchers, ECRs and PGRs all welcome. Call for Papers and Artworks Deadline 21st Feb 2020 Affect & Social Media#5 & Sensorium Art Show >MORE-THAN> Stratford, East London: 25-26/06/20 Confirmed Keynotes Carolyn Pedwell (Kent) Tero Karppi (Toronto) Keynote Panel: Amit … Continue reading

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Call for papers and artwork deadline to A&SM#5/Sensorium Fri 21st Feb

The deadline for submission to Affect and Social Media#5 and the Sensorium Art Show is fast approaching. Call for Papers and Artworks Deadline 21st Feb 2020 Affect & Social Media#5/Sensorium >MORE-THAN> Stratford, East London: 25-26/06/20 Confirmed Keynotes Carolyn Pedwell (Kent) … Continue reading

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A&SM#5 Sensorium Song

This year’s A&SM#5 has its own conference song! Data Streams is a digital film collaboration between Mikey Georgeson, film-maker Cameron Poole and performed by the band David Devant and his Spirit Wife. The work is a speculation in transmitting art’s … Continue reading

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