In the latest edition of the journal electronic book review, Lisa Swanstrom interviews Stamps Associate Professor Matt Kenyon.
His work ranges widely in topic. From works that focus on the cost of war, to the exploitation and appropriation of labor, to the vagaries of the stock market, to the ethics of caring for virtual and real life, to the practices of corporate surveillance, Kenyon’s work engages forcefully with our real, present-day world. It takes on real places. It pulls data from real time and real space and transforms that data into something recognizable, readable, and tangible.
Intersectional Ecologies: Matt Kenyon’s “Useful Fictions,” an interview by Lisa Swanstrom