April 19, 2013, by Tom Harding

The Study Sessions: From Animism to the Internet

A new reading group exploring debates within the philosophy of technology is starting at the Nottingham Contemporary, from 08 May to 26 June. Find out more and sign up here.

Wed 8 May, 22 May, 5 June, 26 June

6 – 8pm


The Study, Nottingham Contemporary

From speed-bumps to sludge in ponds, Amerindian totems to Tamagotchi, the reading group will trace some lively debates within contemporary philosophies of technology: exploring not only how technologies shape the world, but how objects themselves could be said to have agency.

Spaces are limited, please email emma@nottinghamcontemporary.org in order to reserve a place.

Led by Eva Giraud and Andrew Goffey (University of Nottingham).

[Text from: <http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/event/study-sessions-02>.]

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