“We” Human-and-Technology: When Technology Does the Arts
- Hyunkyoung Cho
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- Hyunkyoung Cho
Available Online December 2013.
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- “We” human-and-technology, collaborative action, enframing; fetish
- This essay proposes “We” human-and-technology as the new human identity performed by the collaborative action of human and technology. Its aim is to open a new way for intersections of art, technology and humanities, through the political and aesthetic intimacy of human and technology in the collaborative action based interdependent perspective. The concept of “We” human-and-technology emphasizes the process of when the collaborative action of human and technology is performed. It focuses on two ideas: Enframing and the fetish. The former presents that the instrumental perspective uses the binary frame of “Us” versus “Them” as an instrument for ideology subordinating both humans and technology into the instrument. The latter demonstrates that the instrumental understanding of technology governs our senses through the fetish as blinded practices and beliefs distorting relations between human and technology.
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TY - CONF AU - Hyunkyoung Cho PY - 2013/12 DA - 2013/12 TI - “We” Human-and-Technology: When Technology Does the Arts BT - 2013 International Conference on the Modern Development of Humanities and Social Science PB - Atlantis Press SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/mdhss-13.2013.76 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/mdhss-13.2013.76 ID - Cho2013/12 ER -