The Infrastructures of Politics

Rather than simply or solely a conduit for power, in the politics of meters, pipes or wires- and the fiscal, judicial, and socio-technical practices that subtend them, infrastructure itself becomes a political terrain on which such questions are negotiated and, at times, contested. ┬áHere the political is mediated and becomes manifest in different material forms- Antina von Schnitzler, Democracy’s Infrastructure, p.11.

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