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Alison Powell

: ‘the city that becomes visible is a city that fits in with existing projects and strategies’ (Flyverbom and Madsen 2016: 149). The datafied ‘smart city’ might, as Gabrys (2016) conceives of it, be a Foucauldian project where citizenship ceases to be connected with the exercise of rights and responsibilities and begins to be related to the capacity for citizens to act as sensors, absorbing and presenting computational information. Gabrys writes, ‘participation involves computational responsiveness and is coextensive with actions of monitoring and managing one

in Ethnography for a data-saturated world