Interfaces, bodies and materiality: an interview with Daniel Black

I recently interviewed Daniel Black about his article ‘Where Bodies End and Artefacts Begin: Machines Tools,  and Interfaces’ which was recently published in Body & Society for the Theory, Culture & Society site. The interview, which is open access, focuses on a number of questions that emerge from the article. It follows up on some the details of the conceptual framework that Daniel’s article develops. The interview covers his concern with the concept of interfaces and also how his work develops material perspectives on bodily limits. Daniels work links into some broader themes in social theory around object oriented approaches and interests in material analyses, these are briefly discussed in the interview. I’ll hopefully be able to post some further interviews on the TCS site soon.

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