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Circuit-bending and the DIY Culture

Circuit-bending and the DIY Culture

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Published by Alexandre Marino
The present article aims to inscribe Circuit-Bending in Do it Yourself (DIY) Culture and analyze
the anti-consumerist, rebellious, and creativity aspects which make up the culture. The main goal
is to show the subversive status of DIY culture, using the specific case of circuit-bending, which,
seen through this prism, can subvert the hegemonic “distribution of the sensible,” achieving what
Jacques Attali, in the late 1970s, called the “age of composition,” in which creators are enticed to
produce their own aesthetics.
The present article aims to inscribe Circuit-Bending in Do it Yourself (DIY) Culture and analyze
the anti-consumerist, rebellious, and creativity aspects which make up the culture. The main goal
is to show the subversive status of DIY culture, using the specific case of circuit-bending, which,
seen through this prism, can subvert the hegemonic “distribution of the sensible,” achieving what
Jacques Attali, in the late 1970s, called the “age of composition,” in which creators are enticed to
produce their own aesthetics.

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Published by: Alexandre Marino on Apr 13, 2012
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