Critical Algorithm Studies: Ethnographic Approaches

Critical Algorithm Studies: Ethnographic Approaches

Announcing an exciting PhD symposium at Aarhus University’s Institute for Advanced Studies, co-sponsored by DATALAB, the Digital Living Research Commons (DLRC), and the Future Making Research Consortium (FMRC). Description: Recommendation systems are a ubiquitous...
/Living in/ A Methodology of Transgressiveness/

/Living in/ A Methodology of Transgressiveness/

Should you go to Skagen, you ask/ To go/ To not go/ To let go/ To go where no one have gone before/ To jump down the rabbit hole/ To live and let go/ And to be free/ To lose control/ To let go of control/ To let go, in control/ To jump and live, free from control/ To...
Glitch Memory: Raising Ethical Questions

Glitch Memory: Raising Ethical Questions

In MoRM, people come across an interactive museum experience, where researchers act as ‘uncurators’, visitors are memory donors, the collective donations of memories are displayed in some way, and the entire practice is framed conceptually as developing memory...
MoRM contributes to strong data literacy

MoRM contributes to strong data literacy

This white paper details how the Museum of Random Memory (MoRM) performs data literacy. While still a playful public intervention that takes many different formats depending on the audience, we have found the consistent outcome to be: 1) increased critical...