[-empyre-] OPEN CALL: an encouraging word to send your bio and reading lists (Benton C Bainbridge)

Benton C Bainbridge bentoncbainbridge at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 06:51:23 AEDT 2021

Hi Renate, hello all!

My bookshelves are filled with science fiction—this weekend I finished
Robert A. Heinlein's *Orphans of the Sky* and started Octavia E. Butler's
*Kindred;* my online reading centers on surveillance media, algorithmic
civilization and its discontents (including artists, techies and organizers
who are seeking alternatives):

Shoshana Zuboff on Surveillance Society and Epistemic Chaos
James McGirk on 5th Generation Warfare
Robert Saint Rich on the incompatibility of social media and art
*Lazy Minting* of NFTs on OpenSea
Eric Barry Drasin on a Distributed Object Framework for digital properties
Eric Drasin also pointed me to these sites:

Here's my bio <http://bentoncbainbridge.com/cv/> and a short video by
Andrew Freedman Home about my recent artwork <https://youtu.be/lwHujA4KDw4>.

Thanks for this soft_skinned_space free of algorithmic intermediaries!

Benton C Bainbridge | +1.646.338.9172

On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 12:15 PM Renate Ferro <rferro at cornell.edu> wrote:

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> Best. Renate
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