Drone Culture

Evolution of GCS

A special issue of Culture Machine on Drone Culture edited by Rob Foley and Dean Lockwood – culling papers from the excellent As above, so below conference at Lincoln last summer – is out now and available on open access here.

As Above, So Below: Triangulating Drone Culture Rob Coley and Dean Lockwood
Drone Metaphysics Benjamin Noys
Provocation: Unmanned Aerial Realtors Alexander Baker
Perspective: The Drone: God’s Eye, Death Machine, Cultural Puzzle Naief Yehya
Dancing to a Tune: The Drone as Political and Historical Assemblage Ramon Bloomberg
Drone Media: Unruly Systems, Radical Empiricism and Camera Consciousness Anthony McCosker
The Control Room: A Media Archaeology Cormac Deane
Drone It Yourself! On the Decentring of ‘Drone Stories’ Maximilian Jablonowski
Provocation: A Prairie Drone Companion Brad Bolman
Perspective: Vague Ideas, Clear Images Eva Parra Iñesta
Educative Power: The Myth of Dronic Violence in a Period of Civil War Mike Neary
Vaporents: Inhuman Orientations Dane Sutherland
Welcome to the Electrocene, an Algorithmic Agarta Dan Mellamphy, Nandita Biswas Mellamphy
Monarch Drone Communiqué Plastique Fantastique