Cyborg Goddesses and Kinds-as-Assemblages: Moving Beyond Enclosures

Through this blog post I aim to explore enclosures; the enclosure of humans as individuals, as bodies, and as data, as well as the enclosure of lands, resources, and nature in general. I seek to make visible how enclosures define the way we are, the way we understand the world, and the way we relate … Continue reading Cyborg Goddesses and Kinds-as-Assemblages: Moving Beyond Enclosures

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A Cyborg at Myrtle Beach

Donna Haraway's foundational text, "A Cyborg Manifesto", published in 1991, informs the praxis of many cyberfeminist contemporary artists, especially vis-a-vis the current technological, social and political developments (indelibly connected), which could only be imagined when Haraway began writing her essay, in 1983. The cyborg emerges as a timely alternative to the monolithic and essentialist category … Continue reading A Cyborg at Myrtle Beach