As the INC is preparing for a conference on search engines, titled The Society of the Query, research intern Dennis Deicke is delving deep into search engine theory. His book reviews can be read on the preliminary conference site www.networkcultures.org/query. Dennis has published his first review, which covers David Gugerli’s Suchmaschinen, Die Welt als Datenbank. The review can be read here.
Most Recent Readings
Algorithmic Hate: Brenton Tarrant and the Dark Social Web by Luke Munn
“From where did you receive/research/develop your beliefs? The internet, of course.” -Brenton Tarrant On Friday, March 15th 2019, at 1:40pm, Brenton Tarrant walked into the first of two mosques in central Christchurch and began shooting indiscriminately, leading to the deaths of 50 people. Already there has been speculation about what drove such an attack. For [...]
Event: Amsterdam Alternative Talk #05 with Brian Holmes & Sebastian Olma 29-03 @ OT301
Watershed Maps: Ecological Struggles in the Americas With Brian Holmes Amsterdam Alternative invites you to the 5th installment of its talk series which will revolve around questions regarding art and political mobilization in the Anthropocene. From the organisation: We are very excited to have Brian Holmes with us for this AA talk. Brian Holmes is [...]
Event – After Chimera: Art and Bioregionalism in the Anthropocene 27-03-2019
AFTER CHIMERICA ART AND BIOREGIONALISM IN THE ANTHROPOCENE 27 MARCH | 17.00-19.00 incl. AFTERDRINKS | MASTER INSTITUTE OF VISUAL CULTURES Parallelweg 21, Den Bosch Free entrance! For decades, global growth was sustained by an uncanny illusion: underpaid Chinese workers produced the incredibly cheap goods that unemployed Americans consumed, while the Chinese Communist government financed the [...]