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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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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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Review of the Assemblage Brain

Tero Karppi has written a nice review of The Assemblage Brain for AI & Society Journal. It’s actually more than a mere “review” of this book since it also makes a number of knowing references to developments (and improvements) made … Continue reading

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Beware the Rays of Imitation – Virality Review

There’s a nicely balanced, detailed and mostly favourable review of Virality by Claire Barber in Reviews in Cultural Theory this month. Some of the remarks concerning the neuroscientific viewpoint, an example of virality briefly introduced in the latter part of the book, are very … Continue reading

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Imitative Invention Review

Imitative Invention – a review of Olga Goriunova’s excellent new book Art Platforms and Cultural Production on the Internet http://www.metamute.org/community/reviews/imitative-invention  

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