, Ned Rossiter
, Mark Andrejevic
, et al.Ritajyoti Bandyopadhyay, Tony Bennett, Franck Cochoy, Ben Dibley, Teppo Eskelinen, Gérald Gaglio, Katherine Gibson, Orit Halpern, [11 More...]
How is contagion designed? How do labour, migration, habits and data configure contagion? Analyzing the current conjuncture through these vectors, this book critically addresses issues of rising unemployment, restricted movement, increasing governance of populations through data systems and the compulsory redesign of habits. Design logics underscore both biological contagion and political technologies. Contagion is redesigning how labour and migration are differentially governed, experienced and indeed produced. Habits generate modes of exposure and protection from contagion and become a resource for managing biological and social life. Data turns contagion into models that make a virus actionable and calculable. New modes of ...