Fear and Loathing of the Online Self: a savage journey into the heart of digital cultures.

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Perspectives on self-representation in our new Print on Demand

We are proud to present the book of Ana Peraica: Culture of the Selfie, Self-Representation in Contemporary Visual Culture. Download Culture of the Selfie here. By Bella Calabretta Despite not defining herself as a photographer, the author was raised in a studio, in direct contact with visual practices in the pre-smartphone era. This ambience has [...]

blog by geert Lovink

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Response to Evan Williams–Trump and the Social Media Question

Email Interview on June 22, 2017 with Geert Lovink by Davide Nitrosi, Italian journalist with a group of daily papers such as Bologna’s Resto del Carlino, Florence’s Nazione and Milan’s Giorno. Davide Nitrosi: Once Twitter was viewed as a tool of liberation. During the Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East and the Iran riots [...]

From Cryptowars to Lessons of Love: Contesting Capture Technology

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Surveillance Porn Bingo

SURVEILLANCE PORN BINGO can be played at a conference, Summer or Winter School, lecture, panel discussion, or any other event on internet surveillance & control. The SURVEILLANCE PORN BINGO card can also be used while reading a book or an article on internet surveillance, or during a (bar) discussion with friends or colleagues on surveillance related [...]

Welcome to the Entreprecariat

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Disrupting Precarization – Talk at Re:Publica 2017

Transcript Hello everyone, thanks for being here. Today, I’m going to talk about a few ideas related to the “Entreprecariat”, a concept I’ve been trying to articulate for some time now. I’d like to start by saying something on how this interest came about. Not so long ago, I got a 3 years research scholarship Read the rest

Updates from the INC

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‘The Post-digital Condition’ – new INC Longform by Miriam Rasch

‘The Post-digital Condition’ is the English translation of the opening essay from Swimming in the Ocean: Texts from a Post-digital World, the essay collection by INC’s very own Miriam Rasch to be published in Dutch by renowned publishing house De Bezige Bij in June 2017. The essay is published in the INC Longform series. The translation [...]

Video Vortex XI — Video in Flux: Art, Activism & Archives

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Presence + Polarization: Natalie Bookchin’s Portraits of America

By Eden Osucha [This interview originally appeared in The Chart] In advance of a screening of her work at Portland’s SPACE Gallery, I interviewed internationally acclaimed New York-based artist Natalie Bookchin about her films Long Story Short (2016) and Now he’s out in public and everyone can see (2017). Bookchin’s extensive body of installation and [...]