The METABODY project issues its 1st printed publication:

METABODY Journal of Metacultural Critique nº1
MULTIPLICITIES IN MOTION. OPEN SOURCE BODIES-SPACES

IMF – METAFORMANCE STUDIES 2013-14

Including a 100 pages A4 journal with brief contributions from coorganisers and associates who have been participating in the Metabody forums so far, including numerous full color images, as well as a DVD of the 2014 forum.

Authors include:
N. Katherine Hayles, Brian Massumi, Erin Manning, Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, Kas Oosterhuis / Hyperbody, DAP-Lab – Johannes Birringer and Michele Danjoux, Federica Frabetti, Yvonne Förster, Eva Botella Ordinas, Oscar Quejido and Laura Rodriguez, Kevin LaGrandeur, Ralf Beuthan, Beatriz Pichel, Rubén López Cano, Alicia Peñalba, María-José Valles, Elena Partesotti, Rosario Castañón, María Ángeles Sevillano, Brisa MP, Daniel Bisig, Pablo Palacio, Muriel Romero, Marije Baalman, Lisa Wymore, K. Danse, Robert Wechsler, Marcello Lussana, Casa Paganini- InfoMus research Centre, Jaime del Val.

Citation:

del Val, Jaime, Ed. Multiplicities in motion. Open source bodies-spaces. METABODY Journal of Metacultural Critique nº1. IMF – Metaformance Studies 2013-14. Edition: METABODY Project – Asociación Transdisciplinar Reverso. Madrid 2015.

ISSN 2387-2047

Depósito Legal: M-11081-2015
Ask for copies at: metabody@metabody.eu

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INDEX/ÍNDICE

  • Preface of the editor/Prefacio del editor.
     

  • Metabody Manifesto 1.0 For an embodied, differential media ethics in global surveillance culture.
     

  • Toward a Process Seed Bank: What Research-Creation Can Do.
    ·Erin Manning and Brian Massumi.

  • The Project: Nonconscious Cognition in Techno-Human Systems.
    ·N. Katherine Hayles.

  • Reflections on Metabody,
    Software and the Originary Technogenesis of the (Post)human.
    ·Federica Frabetti.

  • Metacoming Dualities.
    ·Stefan Lorenz Sorgner.

  • Ontokinethics: Ontopolitics of Becoming in Affective Hypercapital.
    ·Jaime del Val.

  • Conceptual Dimensions of Embodiment.
    ·Yvonne Förster.

  • History of the invention and performativity of reason, emotions and data.
    ·Eva Botella Ordinas.

  • Movement, gesture and truth. Art as countermovement in Nietzsche’s thought.
    ·Oscar Quejido and Laura Rodriguez.

  • Redefining the integration of bodies, spaces, and intelligent systems.
    ·Kevin LaGrandeur.

  • “Metabody: New Environments and Networks for Sustainable Cultural Diversity“ A short plea for refocussing the question of freedom.
    ·Ralf Beuthan.

  • From Facial Expressions to Bodily Gestures.
    ·Beatriz Pichel.

  • The affordances of music.
    ·Rubén López Cano.

  • Gesturality and technology: restricting or expanding?
    ·Alicia Peñalba, María-José Valles, Elena Partesotti, Rosario Castañón, María Ángeles Sevillano.

  • Paths and processes (art, technology).
    ·Brisa MP.

  • Metabody proactive playing field.
    ·Kas Oosterhuis / Hyperbody.

  • Atmospheres of Chorographic Design.
    ·DAP-Lab – Johannes Birringer and Michele Danjoux.

  • Phantom Limb – Hybrid Embodiments for Dance.
    ·Daniel Bisig, Pablo Palacio, Muriel Romero.

  • Making interactive media environments relevant to the participating visitor.
    ·Marije Baalman.

  • Response to Metabody Residency at STEIM.
    ·Lisa Wymore.

  • First Metabody study work by K. Danse: the “Monster” prototype.
    ·K. Danse.

  • Interactive Art Question.
    ·Robert Wechsler.

  • Music of Perception.
    ·Marcello Lussana.

  • Research themes relevant for MetaBody.
    ·Casa Paganini- InfoMus research Centre.

  • A Metahumanist Manifesto / Un Manifiesto Metahumanista.
    ·Jaime del Val and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner.

  • Introductions to METABODY and the IMF – Introducciones METABODY y al Foro Metabody