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Cyborg Art- Prefigurative, Performative, Inhuman, Hybrid?

Dr. Chris Hables Gray is a contributor here at IEET. Below you can watch his lecture for WSA Global Futures

Culture, including art, is natural. Since humans are makers this means art is fundamentally a techno-social, hybrid system of the mental, the biological, the machinic and the inert. New understandings allow for new technosciences which produce new social conditions that lead to new understandings, all the while this dance means the creation of new artistic practices (artivism, maktivism, prefiguration, performing cyborg citizenship, sousveillance, hypernatural) and theoretical claims (cyborg art, hybrid art, bioart, eco art, infoart, inhuman art, symbiotic art, digital art, inorganic agency).

Professor Chris Hables Gray. Cyborg Art- Prefigurative, Performative, Inhuman, Hybrid? from WSA Global Futures on Vimeo.




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