Essay by Rachel O’Dwyer: “Just Say No”, interviews with Addie Wagenknecht, Mario Santamaria, Finn Brunton, Elisa Giardina Papa and Antonia Her..(read more)
Explores the reality of the impact of AI on workers’ lives. AI: a completely new way of managing a workplace? On the contrary: a smokescreen that hides th..(read more)
The past and future of community wireless networks. Essay by Paul Prudence – “We Organise Your Music, So You Don’t Have To – Music as a Sonifica..(read more)
Broussard argues that our enthusiasm for applying computer technology to every aspect of life has resulted in a tremendous amount of poorly designed systems. re..(read more)
Dutch language periodical that is more than simply a magazine. They keep reinventing themselves, and each issue is the result of a multi-phased research and des..(read more)
Martha Feldman and Judith T. Zeitlin assembled a bold and rigorous collection of essays that look at voice as both object of desire and material object.
Feminist writers and scholars consider whether technology made good on its promise to liberate women—sexually, biologically, economically, and politically.
Selection of papers from the first Renewable Futures Conference, aimed at shaping new contact zones between traditionally separated domains – art and science,..(read more)
The 1st issue, called the xyber*feminism issue, compiles diverse personal and artistic perspectives on techno-feminisms, technologically performed genders and a..(read more)
Imagining a future in which humans fundamentally reshape the natural world using nanotechnology, synthetic biology, de-extinction, and climate engineering.