Artemis Takes Aim

Matthew Kirschenbaum

Media Theory and New materialism electronic data is pernicious by virtue of its susceptibility to symbolic propagation in an environment explicitly built and engineered to model ideal conditions of immateriality; forensic imagination
medium-specificity means keeping an eye on the multiple materialities; he applied this to electronic media
stemming from Kittler; calls for more specific and nuanced analyses of the modalities of materiality in which we are embedded in cultures of abstraction; methodology is close to the conjunction of rethinking of archives and media-archaeological methods; suggests a methodology and vocabulary for processes of the information culture, which acknowledges the inscription technologies of our age demand a (digital) humanities understanding


Diana L. Ascher, PhD, MBA, is a principal at Stratelligence and a co-founder of the Information Ethics & Equity Institute. Her lifelong interest in knowledge and decision making has focused on the evaluation, classification, organization, communication, and interpretation of information, and motivates her work in the fields of behavioral science, finance, higher education, information studies, journalism, law, leadership, management, medicine, and policy. She brings more than two decades of experience as a writer, editor, media director, and information strategist to her work.

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