“Politics of HCI and the User-Programmer Continum” presented by Laurenzo

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  • Design, Art, Science and Technology

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  • Politics of HCI and the User-Programmer Continum

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  • Keywords: Politics, Users, Programmers, HCI, New Media Art.

    In this paper, we propose characterising Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) as a negotiation between a specific design and its context of use. We then argue that HCI design is a political activity, and that the classification between users and programmers it commonly uses reflects a political stance, deeply rooted in its socio-political context. Finally, we propose that HCI can take inspiration from new media art’s subversive appropriation of technological knowledge.


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