Intersubjectivity series: Relative Intimacies and Network Affect Panel Discussion
Join ICA Miami for a panel discussion on the latest and forthcoming volumes of an ongoing book series on intersubjectivity, featuring editors Mira Dayal and Kolja Glaeser (of Lou Cantor collective) alongside contributors Josh Kline and X Zhu-Nowell.
The third volume in this series collects essays and artworks that probe how intersubjective intimacy might be theorized epistemologically, aesthetically, philosophically, and politically. Contributors consider how such relative intimacy might connect physical matter and cybernetic systems or forge new subjectivities among constellations of actors, including artificial, biological, and emotional intelligence.
As the stakes of intersubjective exchange continue to shift in an increasingly mediated landscape, the fourth volume in this series, Network Affect, will consider new forms of responsibility and connection emerging within networked systems. Contributors explore what is at stake and how we might seed the future with care.