And He was asking him, "What is your name?" And he said to Him, "My name is Multitude; for we are many."

Science Was Born Cyborg IV -The Values of Cyborg Instruments

One can say with certainty that science was never a relation between Man and Nature, between an active agent and a passive one, never an inquiry of the former on … Continue reading

15/02/2016 · 3 Comments

Science Was Born Cyborg III – Scientists as Instruments

«A tool must be calibrated, and so must the subject; the laboratory must be made fit for replicability, and so must the subject; the device must be transparent in its … Continue reading

10/02/2016 · 2 Comments

Science Was Born Cyborg II -The Production of Scientists

«a technology that creates a standard and regulates the bodies in function of it – it matters little if this is a standard of physical execution, of intellectual performance, if … Continue reading

05/02/2016 · 4 Comments

Science Was Born Cyborg I – Foucault’s Path to Discipline

What does it mean to belong to a discipline? To be the continuation of a pre-determined body of knowledge?, the extension of a preceding set of methods? To be part … Continue reading

31/01/2016 · 3 Comments


I am a social cyborg, off­norm in any possible way. Assembled of bits and pieces left from a number of transformations in a life between spaces.

24/12/2015 · Leave a comment

lembrança do Egito (1955)

  Postal enviado por Mariano Caruso a Francine Benoît, a 7 de Março de 1955. Caruso estava no Cairo, Egito, para participar numa das produções da temporada de 1955. No … Continue reading

22/11/2015 · Leave a comment

‘God is Dead, Man is Dead, and I’m not feeling too good myself’ – Rosi Braidotti

«a posthuman reading of discipline does not need to give up class struggle; it might just to prefer to think, as Lenin once did, of communism as electrified soviet power»

21/11/2015 · Leave a comment

Love, Billie

Billie Holiday (1915-1959) was raised in an abusive family, raped at age 11, and sent to a reformatory accused of “seducing” the rapist. In her early teens, after moving to … Continue reading

18/11/2015 · Leave a comment


From gospel arises Mahalia Jackson (1911-1972). Loud and clear. She lived the life she sang about in her song. Her career was faithfully, pun intended, dedicated to her (Christian) beliefs. … Continue reading

18/11/2015 · 4 Comments