Cyborgs/power + cyborg/art: race, gender, class

  • Chris H. Gray The Union Institute CA
  • Steven Mentor Professor of Writing, Evergreen College.
  • Lissette Olivares PhD Candidate, History of Consciousness Department, UCSC
Palabras clave: Arte, ciborgología, el futuro, híbridos.

Resumen

El artículo presenta una discusión pormenorizada del papel del arte en el análisis de los ciborgs y del potencial del propio arte en moldearnos a nosotros mismos. También incluimos una presentación contextualizada de los artículos incluidos en este número de Teknokultura que versa sobre los ciborgs, el poder, el arte, la raza, el género y la clase social. En este quehacer prestamos especial atención a los conceptos de "aceleración", "prefiguración" y "evolución participativa".

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Biografía del autor/a

Chris H. Gray, The Union Institute CA
Co-editor of The Cyborg Handbook, author of Cyborg Citizen, Postmodern War, and Peace, War and Computers. Currently finishing Infoisms: Aphorisms on Information and a novel about Santa Cruz, California. See http://www.chrishablesgray.org
Steven Mentor, Professor of Writing, Evergreen College.
Co-editor of The Cyborg Handbook and author of numerous articles about cyborgization.
Lissette Olivares, PhD Candidate, History of Consciousness Department, UCSC
Lissette Olivares is a transmedia activist committed to inter and post disciplinary approaches to knowledge production. She is a PhD candidate in the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz where she investigates the role of new media in social movements from a transnational and transhistorical perspective. For the past decade she has developed a convergence of practices that include individual and collaboratively produced academic research, activism, art production, curating, and pedagogy. Together with Cheto Castellano she co-founded Sin Kabeza Productions, a multimodal artist-activist research platform dedicated to the creation and dissemination of experimental transmedia, which features, amongst others, the work of Coco Rico, a feminist anarchist cyborg.
Publicado
2013-04-03