‘You will have to choose one of two options’ — Being Nonbinary in a Binary World

In western contexts, a fixed binary notion of gender is deeply ingrained — something I experience personally on a nigh-daily basis. With recent changes in, e.g., Austrian, Dutch and German legislature, nonbinary genders are, at least in some areas within Europe, finally accepted as part […]

Dreamful Computing – A very short provocation

Dreamful computing is inquiring ways to store, transmit and process data for working on seemingly unsolvable societal problems, such as the distribution of wealth, the occurrence of injustice, income and wealth inequality, or even climate change in terms of a manageable transition process from neoliberalism/capitalism […]

Otherwise Practices with/in computing

We are excited to present to you our series of contributions from researchers, artists, enthusiasts, activists, and visionaries on Otherwise Practices with/in computing. In the next months, we will share with you articles collated from over fourteen contributors who share their opinions, research, critique, and work on […]

Join us in reading Jackson’s “Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World”

In what ways has animality, humanity and race been co-constitutive of each other? How do our understandings of being and materiality normalize humanity as white, and where does that leave the humanity of people of color? How can alternative conceptualizations of being human be found […]