Activity: Talk or presentation types › Lecture and oral contribution
This mini-marathon of talks, thematically clustered into four panels, is the outcome of a research workshop organized by transmediale and Aarhus University in cooperation with the Cambridge Digital Humanities Learning Programme at the University of Cambridge. Over three days the MACHINE FEELING workshop, in response to the theme of transmediale 2019, focusesd on the ability of technologies to capture and structure feelings and experiences that are active, in flux, and situated in the present. In what ways are we to understand this resolute and concerted pursuit of feelings? What old registers of processing culture does it build on? What potential new sensibilities and feelings may arise in such normalized registers of our habits? What new cultural and social forms and practices emerge?