Book of Abstracts

Alouan, Lara: Hackerspaces’ socialization: Tensions between recreating or overcoming reproduction of power relations?

Auxier, Randal: Time, Possibility, and Real Deletion

El Bedoui, Imen: Bio-art practice as an incarnation of Posthuman through the Postdigital

Cook, Joseph: Data, Design and Democracy: Engaging the Worker in the Creation of the Contemporary Workplace

Dimitrijevic, Ivan: Metaphysics of work

Feldner, Heiko: What does God do when he is dead? Karl Marx and the innovation paradox of ‘digital capitalism’

Fišerová, Michaela: Photographic Metonymy. Sharing of Visual Fragments of Events

Frelik, Paweł: Dark Archivists: Fans, Immaterial Labor, and Copyright

Gużyński, Jakub i Krzysztof Tarkowski: The Post-work World as Opportunity for the Left: Future Invented by Nick Srnicek & Alex Williams

Kılıç, Nilüfer Pınar: Bourdieusian Approach to the New Communication Technologies

Kłosiński, Michał: Technologies of nostalgia or how we work to buy II Word War simulacra. Analysis of retrotopia in World of Warships videogame

Kozak, Marcin: Working during playtime or why video games resemble a day in a random corporation

Kramer, Eli: The End of the Dominance of the Academic Essay and the Rise of The Once and Future Philosophical-Literary Genre: Towards an account of the dynamic image

Krzesicka, Julia: Emotions in the future of work. Towards emotional capitalism?

Krzykawski, Michał: Reinventing Rationality in the Age of Uberisation: From André Gorz to Bernard Stiegler

Kulesza, Kuba: Interface: the anatomy of tool

Lambert, Gregg: Homo, Humanitas, Human Capital

Maliński, Jędrzej: Simondon’s Philosophy of Alienation, Revisited

Mazierska, Ewa: Cleaners and Maids on Screen

Nicieja, Stankomir: Postdigital work on Hollywood screens: Real problems and imaginary solutions in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012), Ex Machina (2015) and Downsizing (2017)

Nocek, Adam: Molecular Work: Entertaining the Computational Biosciences

Park, Mi Young: The Smart Screen and Reengineering Free Time

Rao, Badrinath: What Is Sacrosanct About Work In The Postdigital Age? Insights From Social Philosophy

Ratajczak, Mikołaj: Immaterial Labour as Application of Rules: Towards the Linguistico-Anthropological Foundation for a Critique of Cognitive Capitalism

Rychter, Marcin: A Second Death of the Author or a Birth of the Text-User? Some remarks on writing and subjectivity in the digital eras

Skonieczny, Krzysztof: Work and Education in Control Societies

Slavík, Benjamin: Digital image as mean of the new experience of the memory and the event

Sofo, Giuseppe: (Re)visioning TranslationThe Perception and Readability of Translation in the Post-Digital Work

Stemerowicz, Michael: The future of work in times of the “Electrical Ego” – Is unemployment becoming an expensive luxury?

Stiegler, Bernard: Work as Dis-Automatization

Stobiecka, Monika: Prostheticizing archaeology. Explorations in materiality and temporality of digital archaeological objects

Szarecki, Artur: Digital Technologies, Ambient Noise and the Regime of Ubiquitous Work

Taek-Gwang Lee, Alex: Technology and International Law: On Digital Biopolitics and Beyond

Trovik, Johan Andreas: Post-work politics in the post-digital age

Twardoch-Raś, Ewelina: Biometric exploitation of the body. Implementation of the idea of post-affective work in contemporary bioartistic projects and pop-culture narratives

Wróbel, Szymon: Labour without a worker or a worker without a labour

Zabielski, Adrian: Playbor. Superimposition of Labor and Leisure in Modern Capitalism