M. Beatrice Fazi
, David Cecchetto
, Colin Campbell
, et al.AA Cavia, Wolfgang Ernst, Ted Hiebert, Jennifer Rhee, R. Joshua Scannell, Amanda Boetzkes, David Cecchetto, Ted Hiebert, [1 More...]
When M. Beatrice Fazi claims that “computation is computation,” we know this is so precisely because computation is never simply contained within the skin of computers, but is instead singularly generative. That generativity—in the fullest sense of the term, and perhaps even a little more than that—is the premise of this book, and thinking with Fazi opens onto more-thans precisely because her analyses are so self-contained. Indeed, the thinkers in this collection demonstrate that because “computation is computation,” attendant concepts of media, race, intelligence, digitality, aesthetics, and compression are troped in new ways, yielding novel trajectories.