Category Archives: neuroculture

A new, modified blurb for A Sleepwalker’s Guide to Social Media

Social media has taken a dark turn, encompassing both economic and political expropriation of the user experience. Users not only give away ownership of their community relations to big platforms, but the potential for positive change through revolutionary contagion is … Continue reading

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Two Assemblage Brain related articles published in AI and Society

There are two Assemblage Brain related articles published in the current issue of AI & Society journal. I am more than a little excited about these publications since my school history teacher at an Essex comp in the late 1970s, … Continue reading

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Society for the Study of Affect Summer School Early Bird Deadline

ANIMATIONS AND PROVOCATIONS Society for the Study of Affect Summer School July 29 to August 02, 2019 Characteristic post on this event from Greg Seigworth below – I’m the spam/virality/neuro guy 😉 Just to add that we’ll be looking at … Continue reading

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Visit to Paris April 23rd

This is open and free, if you happen to be in Paris next week Sampson_Poster_Spring 2019

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Neuroliberalism in Action

Mona Mannevuo’s long awaited paper first given an airing at the neuroaffect stream at the last affect theory conference in Lancaster PA. Neuroliberalism in Action: The Finnish Experiment with Basic Income Mona Mannevuo University of Turku Article first published online: … Continue reading

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Video from Transmediale 2019, Berlin

There’s a video of the Reworking the Brain session at Transmediale 2019.

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A review of the Reworking the Brain session at Transmediale in Berlin on 1st Feb

One of my students sent me this link to a review of Transmediale in Berlin earlier this month. It includes the Reworking the Brain session I contributed to with Hyphen Labs. It’s on the Contemporary Art from East Asia and … Continue reading

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