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Subject:

Re: The Syndicate - building a history of lists

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Armin Medosch <[log in to unmask]>

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Armin Medosch <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 7 Oct 2013 07:48:30 +0200

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Hi Honor,

I think Darko actually provided the reference you needed, I would assume 
Geert has researched that meticulously. The Serbian story I mentioned is 
from an unpublished interview done long ago, I am not sure if I can find 
that at all, its on an old backup disk, maybe ...

all best
Armin

On 10/06/2013 03:34 PM, Honor Harger wrote:
> Armin wrote:
>
>> As I have tried to point out in the past, without much success, the
>> material layer of networking also matters. Arts and humanities
>> scholars have a tendency to ascribe too much importance to what you
>> could call the semantic and symbolic layer. No email from Serbia would
>> have found its way to the syndicate list withoute having a route to
>> travel on. Those routes are provided by people who also have cultural
>> and political ideas, so that those human-technical assemblages also
>> have meaning, if you so want, something that should also be
>> considered, hwever, without tipping over into a one-sided materialism
>
> This is an excellent point, and one we've been trying to make through
> our work at Lighthouse in exposing the material infrastructures on which
> our experience of the internet is built. We're currently exploring this
> in an exhibition called 'Immaterials' (http://is.gd/immaterials), and
> the notion of infrastructure, how we perceive, understand it and act
> within it, was a major topic of our Improving Reality conference last
> month.  When the talks are up, I'll post them here.
>
> Thanks for raising these excellent examples from the former-Yugoslavia,
> Armin.  Have you got any references you could point me to for further
> reading?
>
> best,
>
>

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