DOGGED LANDS Revisited Links and Sources!

30 May 2017 | Alex Head

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DOGGED LANDS Revisited  Radio Essay

Tuesday May 30th: 18.00-20.00 GMT (DE: 19.00-21.00)

On: http://newriverstudios.com/199radio/

A new take on Wasteland Twinning’s 2014 work DOGGED LANDS:

What are the relationships beginning to emerge between data activism and wastelands?

Tune in and join the debate.


Also featuring New Work developed in Berlin Glossary Seminar: Anna Kostreva/Rubén Jódar,
Humboldt University, Berlin, 24th May

Links and References:
A special thanks then to all the students of Berlin Glossary from Anna Kostreva, Rubén Jódar.

Thanks also to Ferdiansyah Thajib for the Tuned in: Listening and Thinking-Out-Loud Together shared learning process that we used at the Humboldt.

THANK YOU Indu Antony, Tim Laing and Gilly Karjevski for your voices (and much more). 

Texts/Sources:
Matteo Pasquinelli
The Automaton of the Anthropocene:?On Carbosilicon Machines and Cyberfossil Capital
April 2017

Anti-Teleology, Dominique Malaquais, 'Here I am Nobody' Rethinking Urban Governance, Sovereignty and Power, Caroline Kihato - both essays from: African Cities Reader II, Mobilities and Fixtures, 2011

Natascha Sadr Haghighian
What’s the Time, Mahagonny?
2010


Behind the Smart City by Evgeny Moroztov

Emergent Value from Henrik Chulu


Music:
Far Cyde and Tricky versions of Black Steel, DJ Sprinkles, Christopher Willits. Thanks as usual to freesound.org and special thanks to Tim Laing aka On Lean for the beat.

Big luv 199 Radio

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