I’ll have to give some more thought to the idea of the evolution of artifacts but an interesting chat nonetheless tho the interviewer is a bit lacking.
- Introduction: monsters, machines and sociotechnical relations / John Law
- Power, technologies and the phenomenology of conventions: on being allergic to onions / Susan Leigh Star
- Configuring the user: the case of usability trials / Steve Woolgar
- Technology is society made durable / Bruno Latour
- Techno-economic networks and irreversibility / Michel Callon
- Power, discretion and strategy / John Law
- Advanced manufacturing technologies: work organisation and social relations crystallised / Juliet Webster
- Power, technology and flexibility in organization / Stewart Clegg and Fiona Wilson.
via the good folks @monoskop :Works of Arendt, Bakhtin, Bataille, Beauvoir, Beckett, Beckett, Foucault, Hegel, Joyce, Nietzsche, etc., in hundreds http://thepiratebay.se/user/workerbee/
“Artist Hito Steyerl in conversation with Nina Power, examining questions of political memory, the potential unreliability of testimonial history and the ambiguous but highly effective strategies of Steyerl’s work itself as it cuts across both artistic and documentary forms.”
see also http://www.e-flux.com/journal/a-thing-like-you-and-me/