Dean Casale interviews me in the latest issue of Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures. Edited by Nancy Duxbury and Craig Saper, Hyperrhiz 12 (Summer 2015) is a special issue on Mapping Culture Multimodally.
Hyperrhiz describes itself as a “peer-reviewed online journal specializing in new media criticism and net art. Hyperrhiz is published twice-yearly in conjunction with our parent journal Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge. We welcome submissions of net art, new media scholarship and criticism, and reviews of media-related books or blogs.”
I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss my book The Topographical Imagination of Jameson, Baudrillard, and Foucault with Dean Casale, who asks insightful questions. I think Dean’s questions get at the gist of the argument pretty well.
You can read the interview here: Hyperrhiz.