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Unruly Connections

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Unruly Connections. / Beloff, Laura.

In: Cybernetics & Human Knowing - A Journal of Second Order Cybernetics, Autopoiesis and Cyber-Semiotics, Vol. 25, No. 2-3, 2018, p. 89-100.

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abstract = "The article addresses a shift observable in recent artistic practices that relate to technology and the sciences, and the merger of technological and biological matter. This shift is described along a selection of the author{\textquoteright}s artistic works from the 21st century, which are paralleled with Roy Ascott{\textquoteright}s visionary writings from the last decades. This article examines a few aspects of bio + technological artistic practice: how experimental art, practices, and thinking address the networked world; how technology-infused thinking and technology-enabled connectivity have gradually become our incontrovertible reality; and, how it has impacted our perception of nature and the way we relate to the biological world.",
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