The Place of All Things

In this article for the issue on “Logistical Territories” of Lo Squaderno, “Hockenberry leads us to the liminal site of the products of global logistical assembly – exemplified by the …

The Social Network of Stuff

This conversation with Matthew Hockenberry marks the beginning of a series of dialogues on the subject of logistics. No longer a mere subject of business management schools or an exclusive …

Commanding Supply

Supply & Command is a wrap. I wanted to make this post to thank all of the presenters and attendees for joining us to share their wonderful work, and for …

The Making of “Made in.”

British Empire Marketing Board, 1927 [via]. Despite the sometimes underdetermined discourse surrounding it, there is nothing particularly new about the identification of a product with its place of production. One …