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Cybernetic Serendipity

«Press Release for the exhibit curated by Jasia Reichardt at the ICA London August 2nd to October 20th, 1968: «Cybernetics – derives from the Greek «kybernetes» meaning «steersman»; our word «governor» comes from the Latin version of the same word. The term cybernetics was first used by Norbert Wiener around 1948. In 1948 his book … Continue reading

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Structuralism and Semiotics (1920s-present)

Linguistic Roots The structuralist school emerges from theories of language and linguistics, and it looks for underlying elements in culture and literature that can be connected so that critics can develop general conclusions about the individual works and the systems from which they emerge. In fact, structuralism maintains that “…practically everything we do that is … Continue reading