[iDC] Situated Bibliography

Simon Biggs simon at babar.demon.co.uk
Fri Sep 1 06:18:18 EDT 2006

Currently reading a new title called "Milton in Popular Culture" (eds
Knoppers and Semenza, Palgrave Macmillan, NY 2006). This has chapters
engaging Milton's cosmology alongside other work such as the Matrix Trilogy,
horror cinema and Shelley but also has chapters on 9/11, Malcolm X, the
internet and interactive art. I only came to this as one of the author's was
referencing my work, but I find reading such texts, which reach across
disciplines and discourses, really interesting. They create linkages that
can be quite odd at first glance but which then facilitate new perspectives.



On 31.08.06 23:04, "Khan, Omar" <omarkhan at ap.buffalo.edu> wrote:

> Dear all,
> We (Mark Shepard, Trebor and I) wanted to inquire from the list texts
> people are reading that contribute to the discussions on responsive
> environments, locative media and social networks. We are looking to
> compile a situational bibliography, a snap shot of what is in front of
> people's eyes and hands at the moment that will over the next month form
> a bibliography for the symposium on Architecture and Situated
> Technologies, to be held Oct 19-21.
> Thanks.
> Omar
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Simon Biggs

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Research Professor, Edinburgh College of Art

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