Category Archives: Media Philosophy

A User’s Guide to the Sleepwalker video

And a video to go with the new book 🙂. Thanks to Mikey Vessel Georgeson for aesthetic diagrams and images of his Somnambulist performance at the Affect Summer School last summer. A really big thanks to John Leo Dutton who … Continue reading

Posted in A Sleepwalker's Guide to Social Media, Affect and social media, affect theory, Art, Assemblage Brain, Cambridge Analytica, Contagion, Coronavirus, Digital Culture, Digital Media, dystopia, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Media Philosophy, meme, neuroaffect, neuroculture, social media, Social Media Research, Summer School, Uncategorized, Virality, virus | Leave a comment

A Sleepwalker’s Guide to Social Media released!

Although set for a July release in the UK, I’m told a print version is on its way to me this week! There’s also a link to the book on the Polity website. http://politybooks.com/bookdetail/?isbn=9781509537402 Buy it for no other reason … Continue reading

Posted in Affect and social media, affect theory, Art, Assemblage Brain, Cambridge Analytica, Contagion, Coronavirus, Digital Culture, Digital Media, dystopia, Facebook, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Media Philosophy, meme, neuroaffect, neuroculture, social media, Social Media Research, Uncategorized, Virality, virus | Leave a comment

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

Posted in A Sleepwalker's Guide to Social Media, Affect and social media, affect theory, Art, Assemblage Brain, conference, Digital Culture, Media Philosophy, social media, Social Media Research, Uncategorized, Virality | Leave a comment

Keynotes confirmed for A&SM#5 – and a Sensorium Song is on its way!

Very pleased to announce that Tero Karppi joins Carolyn Pedwell as our second keynote at Affect and Social Media#5: More Than (East London, June 25-26th 2020). Check out his excellent book: Disconnect: Facebook’s Affective Bonds Sensorium Song We are expecting … Continue reading

Posted in Affect and social media, affect theory, Art, call for papers, conference, Digital Culture, Digital Media, Media Philosophy, Social Media Research, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

A&SM#5 cfp

A&SM#5 presents: MORE-THAN Cfp and artworks 21st Feb 2020 International Conference and Sensorium Art Show 25-26th June 2020 University of East London, Stratford Venues: USS Building and The Dome Stratford Campus Confirmed Keynote: Carolyn Pedwell Registration opens early next year: ÂŁ20, … Continue reading

Posted in Affect and social media, affect theory, Art, Digital Culture, Media Philosophy, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Further coverage of A&SM#4 on the UEL website

https://www.uel.ac.uk/news/2018/11/a-and-sm-conference  

Posted in Affect and social media, affect theory, conference, Digital Culture, Digital Media, Media Philosophy, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Full programme for Beijing conference on Media Philosophy and Cognitive Science announced…

Flying on Thurs to China for the first time. This looks like a really interesting programme. Media Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the Future of the Humanities International Summit Conference: Media Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the Future of the Humanities Place: … Continue reading

Posted in Assemblage Brain, Beijing, Mark Hansan, Media Philosophy, Normal University, Siegfried Zielinski, Uncategorized | Leave a comment