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Frictions and collective platforms in education. The Beyond Social case

Comments from editors in 2018

Students don’t understand the page, find it hard to contribute, constraining in terms of format.

Content needs a lot of wetnursing, it doesn't organically appear, you need to "chase" after people to get them to contribute.

It is not fully integrated into class/course material.

It needs a critical mass to sustain it on its own.

Needs freshness, wildness, unpredictability, but still an underlying structure that makes it easy to navigate.

Events page is important.


Frictionary

THOUGHTS ON KEYWORDS-FRICTIONARY

The keywords on the main page are right now static, a top-down idea of what the Social Practices “should” be interested in. Ideally, this should be a moving list, an idea cloud that morphs according to the intellectual “weather” in the Practice. As interests shift, so would the idea cloud.

For next year, perhaps the work for the graduation show is about populating, developing, changing, arguing about, agreeing on this frictionary. What do we mean when we say the words that we mean? Conflicts often occur when the same words are being used in a conversation and different meanings are being employed by the different speakers/stakeholders in the discussion. Understanding that a single term can have different and equally valid meanings (CONTROVERSIAL for members of the intellectual class who love to split hairs and assert moral and intellectual dominance over correct employment of terms such as post-de-colonial, but in terms of field management of conflict, unfortunately true).

Keywords

Elaine de Kooning

Emotional Labor

Feminine Machines

Reproductive Machines

Horror

Liberation

Regendering

Freedom

Emotional Attachment

Libidinal

Digital Libido

Editathon

Machine Learning

Feelings

Dehumanizing

Identity

Work

Pleasure (PLEISURE / PLEASURE MANAGEMENT)

Consent

Rights

Support Structures

Robots

Communication

Libidinal Feedback

Robosapiens

Recreation

Turing test

Motherboard (Motheringboard)

Alienation

U-Dys-Topian

Radical Self-Help

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