Luke Munn uses both practice-based and theoretical approaches to explore the intersections between technology and capital, body and code. His projects have been exhibited throughout Europe, North America, and Oceania. He has written extensively on contemporary algorithmic systems such as Uber, Alexa, Airbnb and Palantir, including his recent book Unmaking the Algorithm. His new project, ‘Under Your Skin’ examines the new quest to render the emotional calculable.
Lecturer in Media Studies, University of Amsterdam
Professor for Media and Cultural Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt
Nelly Ya Pinkrah
Digital Cultures Research Lab, Leuphana University
Global Emergent Media Lab, Concordia University
Assistant Professor of Integrated Digital Media, New York University
Assistant Professor, Digital Design and Information Studies, Aarhus University
Institute for Network Cultures
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Digital Cultures Research Lab
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