Innerview: Mark Andrejevic

Innerview: Mark Andrejevic (2013) Stahl, Roger

Creator Stahl, Roger
Title Innerview: Mark Andrejevic
Place of publication Beppu, Oita, Japan
Publisher the vision machine
Publication date 2013-10-23
Series TheVisionMachine Spotlight; Innerviews
Format Video
Language eng
Rights Sebastian Kaempf, Roger Stahl
Subject Recorded/Rendered Creative Work - Audio/Visual recording
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Vision Machine sought out Dr. Mark Andrejevic for his thoughts regarding surveillance, datamining, and the recent NSA revelations. His 2013 book, Infoglut: How Too Much Information is Changing the Way We Think and Know, is a timely confrontation with the recent shift toward this new mode of control. What makes this book particularly powerful is not simply its documentation of how the big data apparatus works, but also its discussion of the philosophical and cultural undercurrents that accompany the big data world – everything from precog crime and signature strikes to the externalizing of subjectivity and the proliferation of conspiracy rhetoric in public life. In the innerview, he draws both from the book and events that have transpired since its publication.

Dr. Andrejevic is media scholar at the Center for Critical and Cultural Studies at the University of Queensland. Here, we present two versions of the innerview: a condensed video and a nearly unabridged hour-long audio segment that goes into greater depth and detail.
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Document type: Video Document
Collection: School of Political Science and International Studies Publications
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Created: Thu, 23 Jan 2014, 16:33:36 EST by Sebastian Kaempf on behalf of School of Political Science & Internat'l Studies