Our new sensory experiences, our experiences of movement and of being together are being greatly modified in the age of hyper-connection and Big Data. But how does this new way of looking at our bodies (from our own body to the social body) translate? What impact does this digital condition have on our lives? This book addresses these questions through contributions from various fields, such as art, design, philosophy, sociology and psychology, opening up avenues of analysis that are both heterogeneous and complementary. The aim is to open up new avenues of critical, hermeneutic and societal reflection on the way in which our subjectivities are affected by the putting into data of our bodies.