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How do technological objects articulate novelty? This is the main question of this study, which I pose in the introductory chapter. The question captures concerns about what novelty actually is in the becoming of technological objects and how diversely novelty becomes part of a shared reality. In this study, I propose the perspective of articulation for inquiring the modes of how novelty and technological objects are entwined. Articulations focus on how heterogeneous elements connect and individuate and, in this sense, they capture the central tension of novelty between individuating and relating technological objects.
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