The Quantified Self: Technology, Choreography, and Embodiment
Davies Scholars in this course critically examined the freedom and ownership entailed by the drive towards technological quantification. By situating the discourse firmly within the intersection of media theory, embodiment, and artistic practice, we together analyzed the modes of bodily significance in digital environments, and digital objects' significance in physical environments.
Art and Design | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Berdugo, Liat and Nicely, Megan, "The Quantified Self: Technology, Choreography, and Embodiment" (2017). All USF Faculty Authored Books. 12.