This book series traces the implications as well as the critiques of Simondon’s thought. It aims to go one step further than simply resituating Simondon as a neglected great twentieth-century philosopher of technology.
Edited by members of the CDC, the aim of the book series Digital Cultures is to think through the relationship of routines, information flows, communication acts and spaces of action with digital technologies.
What are the terms under which media is produced, and how does media impact and change these terms? By pairing up scholars from North America and Europe, this series advances media theory by obviating the gap that exists across language barriers in order to rethink and re-imagine what media can and must do.