Affect Lab archives and researches affective aspects of mobile culture.
Affect Lab uses narrative methods for reflecting on and analysing our relationship with technology. The editorial focus is on mobile phone culture, as a microcosm for bigger questions of techno-living and loving.
Reflecting on and analysing mobile culture opens up broader questions about our relationship with technology, living with machines in the future and everyday feelings about technology.
Affect Lab is a not-for-profit foundation (Stichting) registered in The Netherlands founded by Natalie Dixon and Katy Yudin in 2012.
Affect Lab identifies scholarly articles, media coverage, user-generated content from various authors and producers to build a reference database about mobiles. We welcome submissions for inclusion.
AffectLab uses the Curator’s Code for honouring content sources and attribution.