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The Zombie of the author–In Memoriam Remko Scha (September 15, 1945 – November 9, 2015)

By Eric Kluitenberg Yesterday afternoon a large group of family, friends, colleagues and co-travellers in free spirit said goodbye to Remko Scha, distinguished professor in computer linguistics, machine artist, composer and co-founder of the Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam (IAAA). A dreary day at the ‘Nieuwe Ooster’ cemetery befitting for this sad occasion. It was [...]

MoneyLab#2: Economies of Dissent

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Unpacking Platform Cooperativism

Last week the New School in New York hosted a two-day symposium that set out to explore how the internet can be changed to create new democratic structures and social commons. The conference hosted a range of speakers from Micheal Bauwens, Yochai Benker and two that will be at Moneylab next weekend, Rachel O’ Dwyer [...]

Een online toekomst voor kunst- en cultuurkritiek

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Open Call: Utopia van de Kunstkritiek

Het Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur (HvA) en Domein voor Kunstkritiek brengen in samenwerking met de Boekmanstichting in het voorjaar van 2016 een dubbelpublicatie uit over hedendaagse kunstkritiek. Naast de papieren editie van Tijdschrift Boekman verschijnt bij het Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur een aparte digitale collectie onder de noemer Utopia van de Kunstkritiek. Wij zijn vooral op zoek [...]

blog by geert Lovink

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Kolozsvár Calling: The Fate of Media in the Internet Age

Interview with Geert Lovink by István Józsa István Józsa works at the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj/ Kolozsvár/Klausenburg, in the Northwestern Romania, and is a member of the Hungarian Academy in Budapest (Hungary). István first interviewed me at the offices of the newspaper Szabadság in Kolozsvár, after my residency in Kolkata in early 1992. In 1996 [...]

INC affiliated researchers presenting thoughts, critique, research, art and more

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The Artist is staged : “I am Googable”, therefore, I am

There was a time in the early 2000s when wireless Internet hubs in public spaces became popular within the computer sub-cultures, arguably spawning future Anons when the aspiration was not to be ‘Googable’ but to be mercurial and faceless. In many cases, you only become aware of the name of the actual real life person [...]