David Cecchetto is associate professor of critical digital theory in the Department of Humanities at York University, where he also contributes to several graduate programs. David is currently president of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, and co-edits the Proximities: Experiments in Nearness book series (University of Minnesota Press). David’s most recent monograph, Listening in the Afterlife of Data: Aesthetics, Pragmatics, and Incommunication (2022) is available from Duke University Press. As a quasi-practicing non-musician, David has presented creative work internationally. www.davidcecchetto.net
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Life in Pixels hosts an ongoing series of transdisciplinary conversations thinking about how we can make sense of, and live with, our computational social condition today. Considering sociocultural, aesthetic, politicoeconomic, environmental, racial, and historical registers of technology together, the series will bring together people who think and do technology beyond disciplinary boundaries. The events are all designed as an ongoing series of conversations between scholars and practitioners in Media Studies, Science and Technology Studies, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Critical Digital Studies, and Literary Cultural Studies.
Life in Pixels is generously sponsored by the Ruth and Paul Idzik College Chair in Digital Scholarship, the Program in History and Philosophy of Science, the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society, the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, the Department of English, and the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame.
Originally published at lucyinstitute.nd.edu.