Queer Viralities: On Technologies and Weapons of Queerness

Abstract
I will articulate what a queer viral politics could be by examining the overlappings,
differences, and irreducibilities of the virus (biological entity) and the viral (characteristics of the virus applied to other things). I will consider the virus/viral relation along two axes: 1) the dominant axis, from virus to viral based on replication and cryptography, 2) the imperceptible axis, based on thinking the virus as a diagram for an unrecognizable never-being-the-sameness. I will explore these axises in relation to the the art collective I founded, Queer Technologies. Continue reading