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Title: Discourse-analytical aesthetics for digital cultures
Authors: Leeker, Martina
Kaldrack, Irina
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2016
Series/Report no.: Methodological Entanglements;06.11.2015 Session 2A
Abstract: Our presentation introduces the concept and practice of “discourse­analytical aesthetics” as a specific method, in the context of practical research, for the reflection upon digital cultures. This method offers a continuous observation via experiments and interventions, deploying aesthetic methods like e.g. affirmation, grotesque, irony, contradictions, fake. We focus on our experiments with the interviews series “What are digital cultures?”. We show (1) filmic experiments within the setting of the interviews, which aim to reflect on their effects on affect and research. In an (2) experiment on research with audio­visual corpora we used the non­linear, databased software Korsakow in order to make appreciable algorithmic governmentality and its effects on knowledge and subjectivity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10002/710
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