Faculty Member Shannon Mattern Leads Roundtable and Talk
Faculty member Shannon Mattern recently served on the opening roundtable at the “Supply and Command: Encoding Logistics, Labor, and the Mediation of Making” symposium at NYU. Shannon was also invited to speak about the history of product sound design (from the chug of our washing machines, to the crunch of our snack bags, to the beeps and pings of our digital devices) at the “Productive Sounds in Everyday Spaces” symposium, hosted at the Max-Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin on April 27-8. While in Berlin, she’ll also be speaking at the opening of the “Disappearing Legacies: The World as Forest” exhibition at Humboldt-University.
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