The prototype: more than many and less than one

It is almost three years to the day since a group of anthropologists, architects, sociologists, designers, and new media and digital artists (among many others) met in Madrid for a wonderful conference on ‘Prototyping cultures‘. The result of that event is a forthcoming special issue in the Journal of Cultural Economy on ‘Prototyping cultures: art, science and politics in beta’, with articles by Michael Guggenheim, James Leach, Javier Lezaun and Nerea Calvillo, George Marcus, Alex Wilkie, and a text co-authored by Adolfo Estalella, members of the Zoohaus collective and myself (which we made available some time ago here).

The temporalities of academia are sometimes despairing, and our collection has been in the waiting room for quite a bit of time. But it looks like we are finally moving on to the production stage. So I am delighted to be able at last to post a copy of the Introduction to the special issue. The text is available for download or you can view it below.

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  1. […] libre o el igualitarismo: hay que trabajar para permitir que los prototipos puedan mantenerse en ese estado permanentemente ß, pero sin olvidarnos de la continuidad necesaria para la implementación de estas ideas; evitando […]



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