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Moritz Greiner-Petter

Media Reflexivity

Media technologies often remain silent about their own logics, aesthetics and economies of mediation. The mediality of a medium is that which most resists its own mediation. This transparency of a medium is a very working condition for its efficiency and a challenge for the critical study and design of media technologies. Media reflexivity as an analytical attitude looks at how media technologies, at least in an implicit way, still always reflect on what they do. As such, it points to the – maybe elusive, yet productive – notion of an intrinsic criticality of media, the possibility of a critique from within and through the very medium at stake. As a generative strategy, media reflexivity investigates ways of use, mis-use and re-design of media forms, that question and exhibit their specific mediality – the ways they infrastructure sense and sensibility – through their very own working logics. In doing so, it tries to go beyond common tropes of breakdown and failure as exclusive sights for reflexivity, as well as overcoming irony as a mere gesture of critique.

Moritz Greiner-Petter

Media Reflexivity

Media technologies often remain silent about their own logics, aesthetics and economies of mediation. The mediality of a medium is that which most resists its own mediation. This transparency of a medium is a very working condition for its efficiency and a challenge for the critical study and design of media technologies. Media reflexivity as an analytical attitude looks at how media technologies, at least in an implicit way, still always reflect on what they do. As such, it points to the – maybe elusive, yet productive – notion of an intrinsic criticality of media, the possibility of a critique from within and through the very medium at stake. As a generative strategy, media reflexivity investigates ways of use, mis-use and re-design of media forms, that question and exhibit their specific mediality – the ways they infrastructure sense and sensibility – through their very own working logics. In doing so, it tries to go beyond common tropes of breakdown and failure as exclusive sights for reflexivity, as well as overcoming irony as a mere gesture of critique.

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As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Science Fictional Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Estrangements Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Institutional Interfaces Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. institute (v.) Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Categorical Slip Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Liquidity Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Classi-fiction Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. 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Critical Pedagogies Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Affirmative Critique Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. 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Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Inter-scalar Vehicle Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Anti-hylomorphism Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s geophilosophy, geological design emphasises the material aspect of design practices. E.g the ubiquitous digital infrastructures we are so closely entangled with more and more escapes eyesight. As a result, what occurs is both a widening of the cognitive gap between human and technology as well as technologies and their material reality. Yet, digital traffic has direct physical consequences on the earth’ surface through a reallocation and accumulation of non-renewable and -degradable resources. Material transformations and their relating design principles therefore could be read as a distributed, collective, and more-than-human-centred geological design process. Post-anthropocentric Design

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