Actor network theory
AANNTT series on color paper, Newport, VT, 2020
The Actor-network theory, elaborated by the French philosopher Bruno Latour, contains not merely people,
but objects and organizations.
He also claims that any actor, whether person, object, or organization, is equally important to the social network.
This order begins to break down when certain actors are removed.
In one word, we are in a time where these social breakdowns can happen (for example, the removal of telephones, banks, institutions, or even the president).
Do we want them to happen or do we want to build another world based on more justice?