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Jeremijenko, Natalie

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Digital access to this material is pending artist's approval. Materials may be viewed onsite at the Goldsen Archive, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Kroch Library, Cornell University.

Social change is effected less by marching the streets with banners, and more by the transformations of everyday life effected with and through information technologies. This suggests that to work with these new technologies is to work on the front of social change, albeit a front that is dominated by the interests of large technology companies. This is the reason for the apparent techno fetishism of my work, justified by centering on the technological promises of change. My research and practice is focused on the transformative potential of new information technologies, and seeks to redress what counts as information, explore tangible open-ended design strategies, and develop and apply socio-technical analysis and critique to generate, instantiate and explore alternatives to dominant information technology design paradigms.

 
 
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