First of all, I’d very much like to thank Prof. [Brian] Massumi for his brilliant analysis of the new regime of power taking place in America and pretty much the globe, especially using the case of Toshiba as a case study of something that I think really exemplifies the whole way of thinking about biopower. I’d like to thank Daniel Glaser for his elucidation of science and the brain, and I very much want to thank Paul [Miller] for his multi-media lecture on the poetics and aesthetics of the mix. I think it’s kind of broadened the discussion and opened it up to aesthetics.
…This post is in: D.J. Culture and Sampling,Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #4 (2005-07)