Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention
JUNE 23, 2009
As philosophers and psychologists began to contend with the realities of modern life — daily life in the factory, photographic and moving pictures, engaging with the cacophony of urban streetscapes — subjectivity came to be viewed less as a universal property of mind and more as an individualized product of the self-organization of attention. This is as simple as periodically displaying a URL on the primary projection screen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.