Interfaces are linking agents between human beings and technological data and machines. They create an interaction and mediate a new redistribution of cultural cognitive perceptions. These interactions modify relationships to time and space, questions classical borders, redefine and hybridize individual and collective identities, modify the meaning of the «subject».
Interface becomes a space, which rebuild discourse, sensibility and action.
Its involvement in technological data creates an efficient space of mediatization, communication and connection.
This efficiency is used in hegemonic and vertical objectives of control and power.
But it also offers insurrectionary and emancipating possibilities by the creation of configurations of networks - fast, flexible, and horizontal communication - which allows a questioning of these attempts of hegemony.
Interface is becoming then an historic and political space.