The idea behind exhibitions is simple: an organized collection of stuff composed in order to produced something in the spectator’s eye. They are centers of curiosity, linking a wide variety of semiotic elements as invitations to explore, seek and interact with all kinds of devices and artifacts. I have always been interested in exhibitions, all

Event | STS Congress

On Thursday, and during the meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), and the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology, I plan to present a paper named “Designing Multimodal Artifacts for Exploring Urban Life. An Experimental proposal between Times Square and I.” My intentions with that talk are to

Locating, discarding, and taking a side

Location is everything here in this work. The dependence of meaning and sense on a particular place results from mixing STS with Urban Studies. Even when this dissertation aims to displace Times Square from its geographical version, the notion of spatiality continues to be relevant regardless of the media where this element is reproduced. In