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Mediations of Labor: Algorithmic Architectures, Logistical Media, and the Rise of Black Box Politics


By Soenke Zehle and Ned Rossiter Logistical Media and the Second Machine Age In a recent panel on living and dead labor at a conference in New York City, respondent Doug Henwood delivered a series of salvos on why he finds cultural theorists so deficient in their comprehension of contemporary labor struggles.1 Declaring himself a […]

Coded Vanilla: Logistical Media and the Determination of Action


Abstract Logistical media coordinate and control the movement of labor, people, and things situated along and within global supply chains. The combination of software and infrastructure holds a determining force in the production of subjectivity and the capacity for action. Algorithmic architectures of logistical media extract data and manage labor whose value is exploited as […]

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