Technosphere Magazine

since November 2016

Krebs Faraday Collaboration | © Steffen Fiedler, Daniel Foster Smith 2010

Krebs Faraday Collaboration | © Steffen Fiedler, Daniel Foster Smith 2010

Acting as a calibrating device at the point where natural environments, enormous sociotechnical forces, and evermore “technological species” converge, Technosphere Magazine traces the mechanisms of the Technosphere. It investigates specific dimensions, “apparatuses,” ruptures, and operational failures through and by which the technosphere becomes visible. How does the technosphere operate? What are its organizing principles and infrastructures? And how will we work amidst these new forms and constellations of humans, technology, and Earth systems that the technosphere spawns?

Over the course of the research project Technosphere (2015-19), the online magazine ties together research pieces, philosophical essays, and artistic approaches in curated thematic dossiers, thereby mapping out trajectories and converging points within the technosphere. Between autumn 2016 and spring 2019, eight to ten dossiers will be released each year.

Online at technosphere-magazine.hkw.de

Dossiers

Dossiercollagen © Nina Jäger

With contributions by

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Babak Afrassiabi, Jamie Allen, S. Ayesha Hameed, Sammy Baloji, Subhankar Banerjee, On Barak, Anil Bawa-Cavia, Etienne Benson, Josh Berson, Jeremy Bolen, Benjamin Bratton, Axel Braun, Keith Breckenridge, François Bucher, Lino Camprubí, Zachary Caple, Ele Carpenter, Andrew Chubb, Louis Chude-Sokei, Claire Colebrook, Ana Dana Beroš, Rana Dasgupta, Filip De Boeck, Seth Denizen, Rohini Devasher, Jonathan Donges, Keller Easterling, Anna Echterhölter, David Edgerton, Technosphere Editorial, Sasha Engelmann, Lois Epstein, Eberhard Faust, Jennifer Gabrys, Elaine Gan, Oliver Gantner, Florian Goldmann, Mark Graham, Jacques Grinevald, Johan Gärdebo, Orit Halpern, Gerda Heck, Carola Hein, Julian Henriques, Hanna Husberg, Sabine Höhler, Erich Hörl, Timothy Johnson, Peter K. Haff, Merle Ibach, Bernd Kasparek, Laleh Khalili, Alexander Klose, Karin Knorr- Cetina, Scott Knowles, Nile Koetting, Nicole Koltick, Nik Kosmas, Matthijs Kouw, Matija Kralj, Kei Kreutler, Lars Kulik, Richard L. Hindle, Brian Larkin, Bruno Latour, John Law, Esther Leslie, S. Løchlann Jain, Donald MacKenzie, Chowra Makaremi, Annapurna Mamidipudi, Laura McLean, Eden Medina, Anne-Sophie Milon, Gerald Nestler, Daniel Niles, James P. M. Syvitski, Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Luciana Parisi, Lisa Parks, Matteo Pasquinelli, Sabrina Perić, Karen Pinkus, Giulia Rispoli, Sophia Roosth, Arno Rosemarin, Rafico Ruiz, Kim Rygiel, Dorion Sagan, Isabelle Saint-Saëns, Birgit Schneider, SEVER, Nick Srnicek, Lizzie Stark, Lucy Suchman, Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Jenna Sutela, Bronislaw Szerszynski, Elisa T. Bertuzzo, Gregory T. Cushman, Nasrin Tabatabai, Ksenia Tatarchenko, Katerina Teaiwa, Jol Thomson, Claire Tolan, John Tresch, Etienne Turpin, Asonseh Ukah, Underworlds, Sander van der Leeuw, Sebastian Vehlken, Vladimir Vernadsky, Davor Vidas, Kalindi Vora, Hannes Wiedemann, Cary Wolfe, Andrew Yang, Jan Zalasiewicz, Anna Zett, Liv Østmo