Mark BN Hansen
Professor, Program in Literature and Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies, Duke University
Mark Hansen is a media theorist and cultural critic whose work focuses on the experiential impact of new media technologies. His current research explores the experiential challenges posed by 21st century media, with particular emphasis on the expansion of sensibility through microcomputational sensing and the anticipatory, future-directed operation of data-driven media forms.
His current project: Feed-Forward: Recording (for) the Emergent Future (forthcoming Chicago Press 2013)
Author of Emergence and Embodiment: New Essays on Second-Order Systems Theory, Bodies in Code: Interfaces with New Media, and New Philosophy for New Media.
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