In theory, cell phones and other information and communication technologies (ICTs) are just a means for us to interact with people, businesses, and data sources.
Plantoid is a self-creating, self-propagating artwork system that uses blockchain technology to gather and manage the resources it needs to become real.
Body Drift by Arthur Kroker, takes the work of three leading women thinkers as its main focus.
Overlapping and fluid spaces… spaces emerging between physical realities and the ethereal digital / electric space: a third space grafted from the real-time confluence of the stage + remote locations.” – Helen Varley Jamieson
Cybernetics, Art, and Ideas (1971) by Jasia Reichardt is a lost and out of print masterwork of multimedia, interactive, and computer generated art that will be of interest to transhumanists.
Gareth Branwyn’s latest book, Borg Like Me, takes a slightly unusual route to tell us the story of his Cyborgification, a process that started, of necessity, when he was very young.