technoetic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Coined by Roy Ascott in 1997, a portmanteau word of techne and noetikos

Adjective[edit]

technoetic (comparative more technoetic, superlative most technoetic)

  1. Combining technology and consciousness.
    • The Connective State: Europe's technoetic dimension. Roy Ascott 19.06.1997 http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/6/6140/1.html
    • "Technoetic Art: The technology of consciousness provides the substrate from which a new art is emerging". from: A Glossary. Roy Ascott.In: techno.seduction. Robert Rindler & Deborah Willis (eds). New York: The Cooper Union.January, 1997. [1]
    • Technoetic Arts is a journal of speculative research was first published in 2003.