Making Kin with the Machines

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Journal of Design and Science

July 16, 2018

Silhouettes of two heads facing each other, one overlaid with electronic components, the other overlaid with plant leaves
Silhouettes of two heads facing each other, one overlaid with electronic components, the other overlaid with plant leaves. © Nick Philip (Source)

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Man is neither height nor centre of creation. This belief is core to many Indigenous epistemologies. It underpins ways of knowing and speaking that acknowledge kinship networks that extend to animals and plants, wind and rocks, mountains and oceans. Indigenous communities worldwide have retained the languages and protocols that enable us to engage in dialogue with our non-human kin, creating mutually intelligible discourses across differences in material, vibrancy, and genealogy.

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Lewis, Jason Edward, et al. “Making Kin with the Machines.” Journal of Design and Science, MIT Press, July 2018, doi:10.21428/bfafd97b.
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Lewis, Jason Edward, Suzanne Kite, Noelani Arista, and Archer Pechawis. “Making Kin with the Machines.” Journal of Design and Science, July 16, 2018. https://doi.org/10.21428/bfafd97b.
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Lewis, J. E., Kite, S., Arista, N., & Pechawis, A. (2018). Making Kin with the Machines. Journal of Design and Science. https://doi.org/10.21428/bfafd97b
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@article{Lewis2018Making, author = {Lewis, Jason Edward and Kite, Suzanne and Arista, Noelani and Pechawis, Archer}, journal = {Journal of Design and Science}, year = {2018}, month = {jul 16}, publisher = {MIT Press}, title = {Making {Kin} with the {Machines}}, }