Radical Networks 2019 – NYC

It was great to get the chance to present a paper, Inforegions – Creating Infrastructural Communities, at this years Radical Networks in NYC. I was mostly reflecting on the surprising direction that the artist’s residency at Edge Hill station had taken me and looked towards bioregionalism as a way of processing the realisation that our digital networks are intertwined with lots of others. I talk about how bioregional mapping as a technique for revealing relationships could perhaps be a useful approach to critically thinking about the different types of information that we generate and consume.

There is a recording of the talk here and a transcript with images here.