Posts Tagged ‘Ian Bogost’

Speculative Realism and OOO live

1 December 2010

The Hello, Everything: Speculative Realism and Object-Oriented Ontology conference will be broadcast live today, starting 10:30am California timeĀ  (18:30 UK time), via the Ecology without Nature blog.

Update 1: recorded parts over here.

Update 2: audio and video recordings of the event can now be found on Timothy Morton’s Ecology without Nature blog, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

OOO Symposium recordings

19 May 2010

Now available from the Object-Oriented Ontology Symposium website:

Download and listen to recordings of the symposium presentations in MP3 format. Each file includes the talk and the discussion/Q&A that followed it.

  • Jay Telotte and Ian Bogost: Welcome
  • Graham Harman: American Objects vs. Austrian Objects
  • Steven Shaviro: The Universe of Things
  • Levi Bryant: Being is Flat: The Strange Mereology of Object-Oriented Ontology
  • Ian Bogost: Cakes, Chips, and Calculus
  • Barbara Stafford: Concluding Remarks