Last weekend I presented on feminized and disembodied technologies at Brandeis University’s “Technology and the Human” conference. Sarah Brown (Concordia English MA) and I were the entirety of the panelmĀ “Sexing Technology,” and our papers were well-received and inspired quite a bit of discussion. One reason why we drove six hours in the dark and endured […]

I’ve been thinking a lot about bodies and machines lately. This is hardly a shock given my proposed dissertation topic (on the dancer as instrument of new technology), my most recent POD piece (on the feminization and disembodiment of AI) and the class I’m taking this semester at McGill with Jonathan Sterne (titled “Bodies and […]