Reading & Thinging #4
On Technoxamanism and Technomagic

As a continuation from last session’s discussion of the environment and post-human networks, we present Technoshamanism: the openly-defined mix of technology, networks, nature, indigenous culture and ancestral knowledge. The term itself will mean different things to different people, but the common theme is that there is pre-digital (and ancestral/ancient) technology that should be recognized as Technology, and understood in contemporary terms.

Readings for this session included texts by Fabiane M. Borges, Pedro Soler, and audio by David Hendy and Matt Thompson.

During the discussion session we also de-soldered old electronic equipment to free the components from their broken boards.