LATOUR FROM REALPOLITIK TO DINGPOLITIK PDF

Edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Another monumental ZKM publication, redefining politics as a concern for things around which the fluid and expansive constituency of the public gathers; with contributions by more than writers and artists. In this groundbreaking editorial and curatorial project, more than writers, artists, and philosophers rethink what politics is about. In a time of political turmoil and anticlimax, this book redefines politics as operating in the realm of things. Politics is not just an arena, a profession, or a system, but a concern for things brought to the attention of the fluid and expansive constituency of the public. But how are things made public?

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Edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Another monumental ZKM publication, redefining politics as a concern for things around which the fluid and expansive constituency of the public gathers; with contributions by more than writers and artists.

In this groundbreaking editorial and curatorial project, more than writers, artists, and philosophers rethink what politics is about. In a time of political turmoil and anticlimax, this book redefines politics as operating in the realm of things. Politics is not just an arena, a profession, or a system, but a concern for things brought to the attention of the fluid and expansive constituency of the public.

But how are things made public? What, we might ask, is a republic, a res publica, a public thing, if we do not know how to make things public? There are many other kinds of assemblies, which are not political in the usual sense, that gather a public around things—scientific laboratories, supermarkets, churches, and disputes involving natural resources like rivers, landscapes, and air. The authors of Making Things Public —and the ZKM show that the book accompanies—ask what would happen if politics revolved around disputed things.

Instead of looking for democracy only in the official sphere of professional politics, they examine the new atmospheric conditions—technologies, interfaces, platforms, networks, and mediations that allow things to be made public.

They show us that the old definition of politics is too narrow; there are many techniques of representation—in politics, science, and art—of which Parliaments and Congresses are only a part.

More than color images document the new idea of what Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel call an "object-oriented democracy. Search Search. Search Advanced Search close Close. Preview Preview. Making Things Public Atmospheres of Democracy Edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel Another monumental ZKM publication, redefining politics as a concern for things around which the fluid and expansive constituency of the public gathers; with contributions by more than writers and artists.

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From realpolitik to dingpolitik

The relevancy of performing research into the topic of an Internet of Things lies in the fact that, although seemingly the concept has faded into the background, reality might be catching up. Where the web 2. How these connected things are going to play a role within society remains little or undiscovered territory. In this article, politics and public space are discussed, where the claim is made that perhaps we need a shift towards the politics of things in order to re-map politics.

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