Problems and Methods, Second Edition
Chapter 4: Practice as sociomateriality
In this chapter the sociality of the material and the materiality of the social are entangled in the concept of sociomateriality, but this time not in relation to bodies, as in the previous chapter, rather in relation to technologies, tools and objects. Practices are portrayed as taking place in an equipped environment that facilitates its recursive practising and that become ‘equipped’ through improvisational choreography. The message of the chapter is that practice rests on a relational technological infrastructure.
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