Inventive Methods: Data, Calculation, and Bodies, Chris Salter & Celia Lury

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The digitization of daily life has led to an unprecedented surge of data, with vast implications for calculation, measurement, valuation, and analysis across social and cultural research. This conversation between renowned artist Chris Salter and social scientist Celia Lury will focus especially on the empiricism of sensation—how digital traces are meshed with the body—and addresses questions such as how aesthetics can be put to use across disciplines, from the social sciences to political branding to the arts.

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One Response to “Inventive Methods: Data, Calculation, and Bodies, Chris Salter & Celia Lury”

  1. stuartelden Says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Inventive Methods: Data, Calculation, and Bodies – a discussion between Chris Salter & Celia Lury.

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