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By Stephen Sale, Laura Salisbury

Friedrich Kittler used to be one of many world’s such a lot influential, provocative and misunderstood media theorists. His paintings spans analyses of historic ‘discourse networks’ encouraged by means of French poststructuralism, influential theorizations of recent media, via to musings on song and arithmetic. continuously debatable and relentlessly unpredictable, Kittler’s paintings is an immense reference element for modern media thought, literary feedback and cultural studies.

This is the single publication of essays presently to be had in English on a big philosopher whose effect throughout disciplines is becoming. the quantity situates Kittler’s principles, explaining and critiquing his occasionally tricky writing, and utilizing his theories to adopt leading edge readings of outdated and new media. additionally it is formerly untranslated paintings by means of Kittler himself. individuals contain Caroline Bassett, Steven Connor, Alexander R. Galloway, Mark B. Hansen, John Durham Peters and Geoffrey Winthrop-Young.

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If sounds in the entire auditory space, controllable sounds, can appear from ahead and behind, right and left, up and down, then the space of day-­to-­day orientation disintegrates. The explosion of acoustic media turns into an implosion, toppling directly and immediately into the centre of perception itself. The head, as the real control desk of the nervous system and not only as the metaphoric site of what is thought of as thinking, becomes one with all the information pouring in; not just with so-­called objectivity, but with actual sound.

13 Infused with war booty, America’s record industry (sluggish through having been engaged with entirely different duties between 1942 and 1945) was, thereafter, able to set a new standard: tape recording. And only this allowed for acoustic manipulation in the space between record production and reproduction. British industry, around the same time, understood that its war-­ driven progress in locating submarines had paved the way for a peaceful application. In 1957, Electrical and Mechanical Industries (EMI), which by no coincidence have Pink Floyd under contract, ­8 Friedrich A.

Just as he thought that literary scholars should have (at least) composed poetry, so he believed that scholars commenting on technological changes should also have hands-­on experience of their objects of study. Programming was a regular feature in his seminars, as he sought to ensure that scholars wishing to analyse the ‘daily data flow’ that constitutes cultural production were able to understand the dominant contemporary cultural codes. When university literature departments first began to examine the relationship between technology and texts, their resources were limited.

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