The Tiny Magic of CyberFeminism
Douglas Rushkoff and Alexandra explore the dangers of a media landscape that amplifies the grotesque and sensational. They also look at how human agency and autonomy are threatened on our hypercommercialized media platforms. Drawing on her commitment to feminist values, Alex encourages an embrace of the “situatedness of our humanity” and the vitality of difference. Such is the “tiny magic” necessary to build real world change while widening our embrace of a full-spectrum of humanity.
Published in Team Human, 2017-09-09
Podcast with Douglas Rushkoff
Topics: Critical Internet Studies | Feminist Media | Interviews | Works from 2017 |