Amazon liefert alles, jederzeit. “Automating the Logistical City”s Maja-Lee Voigt spricht über die Monopolstellung des Megakonzerns und den Widerstand gegen ihn.
In this special issue for “Digital Geography and Society”, Automating the Logistical City’s Maja-Lee Voigt and Niloufar Vadiati (HafenCity University Hamburg) seek to draw together a diverse range of essays that addresses prefigurative grassroots urbanism in the context of post-digital cities.
PANEL: Circulation Obsession – Following the Flows and Flaws of Big Tech’s Urban Logistical Infrastructures
The Automating the Logistical City project team is organizing a panel on “Circulation Obsession – Following the Flows and Flaws of Big Tech’s Urban Logistical Infrastructures” at the sts-hub in Aachen this March 15-17, 2023. With guests Sarrah Kassem and Valentin Niebler.
In this episode of “Hacker Culture”, project member Maja-Lee Voigt introduces her former research on hackfeminist collectives, discussing how important especially FLINTA-hackspaces are in the production of urban spaces in an increasingly digitalized city.
Are you an Amazon (Flex) delivery driver, work behind the screen at Amazon Web Services or use smart home devices, such as Amazon Echo / Alexa, on a daily basis? Then we’re looking for you! We’re curious to learn more about your everyday life, the work you do, your urban knowledge, and how you think Amazon is influencing society and city space.