Newsletter No.114 — Feb 23, 2020

More-than-Human ⊗ Sense vs. Maps ⊗ Narrative Strategy

Calling for a More-Than-Human Politics, Mitigation of Shock installation at ArtScience Museum Singapore.

This week → Calling for a more-than-human politics ⊗ Sense-makers vs. map-makers ⊗ Narrative strategy ⊗ The personified city

A year ago → Metamodern Values for a Listening Society.

This past Thursday I was at a book launch for William Gibson’s Agency, he uses the term “Jackpot” for the slow(ish) apocalypse surrounding us. In the articles below, Jain cites Haraway citing Stanley Robinson who’s using “The Dithering” to replace Anthropocene, Venkatesh Rao talks about the “Great Weirding”, and for a while I was using “The Churn” (quoted from The Expanse) in this newsletter. Nothing to add, just noting the varied ways in which people are trying to name our times, since I bumped into all of them over three days.