published on November 14, 2019
Natalia Ortiz Maldonado, Gonzalo S. Aguirre
The Birth of Techno-Logos
The Writing of Simondon as a Techno-Aesthetic Object
We propose to approach Simondon’s writing as a techno-aesthetic object, as a singular prose of thought. To do so requires assuming Simondon’s technological proposal as the creation of a new mode of knowledge about the technicality of objects, abandoning the idea that the word “technology” can serve to designate a given state of things. This proposal, cultural and educational at the same time, requires a new way of approaching the world, starting with the way we approach reading. The techno-aesthetics of Simondon’s writing also requires a techno-aesthetic reading.