Week one of fish can I change the water technology feels really ubiquitous in a times I'm recording this on the phone while I computer is taking my dictation and everything about the way I discover in make an experience are is deeply involved in the use of technology I was shocked only the summer when I went to an excellent expession at the compilayion Paris called atasan robot an eye sore and works in that show from 1967 00 surprising was the fact that had taken such a long time and for conversation R to be considered A and more importantly forehead and perhaps to move away from the news and domain of military nerds and I think something of the f** bag of critical mass need to be reached and have to play and have better knowledge he is as you go to settings now probably have something to do with that I should probably explain that my interest in competition of Lords and and son of feeling like this is right at the cross section of everything before my autistic entracne practice my background on the avatar only shows and things like my nationality and I raise A and faith I suppose at all these things are coming together in competition in a meaningful way I'm feeling way for me and I decided to sideon so it was with great excitement that we started or reflections with first lecture and a series in competition as based theory model I'm taking apart my ma i'm pretty exciting because at the centre of my interest in sustainability in cultural identity and how to present a that and it's exciting to meet doctor richard our lecture for the score at work out which realacc out research on(A fish can’t judge the water, no date)
7 bus first week we Matt doctor Pritchard a lecturer and on this computer not a theory module and it's fascinating because I work is really at the intersection of someone with more interests I get some concerns so around how are you respond and to nature and what that means I'm so going forward and 33 search an animal hackers and the second hand side and says the morning humans with ubiquitous computing so she examines the practices of environmental data the emergency contact communicative capital of them from planetary scale constutional ecologies that's really understanding about natuinal place on earth and on and I'll pay as part of it and I'm really a code with a some readings I've been making another example of letter from Pope Francis to the world about the planet how much is that we friends and what are the things which I think I work for me picks up on its how does social anthropocentric approach to your world on that we see ourselves as he was very much especially when I consider anymore market economy it's an clear that we see ourself is dominant of it so hard work and is both I think explicitly and implicitly and actively I'm really causing a question a relationship in nature and technology does and for us in those am in the centre actions and anser that was really fascinating and I don't work previously on sustainability indexes and trying to think about mental impact of companies and serve this really got me thinking a lot more about apps how tomorrow plicity make those relationships and transparent and interesting to view is off my work office reading for the term was and smeltings and fish controlgx the water and again sheet really brings up and bring stuff for this question about of technology that fact that we're sorry daily basis and have an impact on how is burns on art and now we make out and watch the art that will make about technology is doing so well in the medium has something to say about the message and and what are the best Lincoln stink cortana let me down to me what about how software produces culture at the same time as it is produced by culture and analogy that made me think of frogs ample how I'm on demand delivery services now make is potentially more impatient pictures of everything moving out what my being a natural base and and that was really fascinating to me and also made me think you know as well as I've been home sing a creative abilities and and enhancing our access to knowledge and ideas and influences anyway that's never been done before and perhaps that's what I am no competition artists in the 60s really needed is that so critical mass of technology being seen something that is it in this week and bring in a text to introduce to my classmates and the tax office chairs is flash of the spirit and part of the reason for that was because I think technology offers a really exciting opportunity to now and be able to engage people who might otherwise been marginalised my opinion matter the way is not have been included and culture and I'm making culture and sheeping orcher and and yet bad and very strong arguments very strong and theretical backgrounds and I'm sorry starting to debunk the main methods yeah and Colchester preserva on South Western UPMIDL and surface ample one of them out Sorry saw this as an opportunity to grade the base of knowledge that we had and to widen the spheres of influence in thinking about an asetic the odds and and influences that we have I'm recognising really that they not only coming from one specific answer western ideal
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Where to see it:
A fish can’t judge the water (no date). Available at: http://www.constantvzw.org/verlag/spip.php?page=article&id_article=72&mot_filtre=9&id_lang=0 (Accessed: 1 April 2019).
Critical Theory, Feminist technoscience, Science and Technology studies, Data Practices, Computational Aesthetics, Ubiquity, Materiality, Speculation, Science Fiction, Post-colonial computing, computational art, digital art, algorithmic art, generative art