7 December


Bochum, Germany. Being hosted by the wonderful Anna Tuschling and her colleagues and doctoral students, all of whom are producing media archaeologies.

It’s the busiest time in the year as we grind towards the holidays. But these 3 days in the Ruhr in this wonderful, crumbling campus with its asbestos, PCBs and the utopian rendering of freedom through knowledge not through work are proving inspirational.

And today I’m happy to lead a workshop on contemporary archaeology, using the work of friends and colleagues. The German media schools are anxious about method. We’ll see what we can do today. So, no time for reflecting here, just action…


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