Read the second issue of Computational Culture, a journal of software studies, with articles on subjects ranging from location-aware social media, Google’s PageRank to a methodology for software studies. Boris Ružić wrote an extensive review of Geert Lovink’s Networks Without a Cause. Available online at computationalculture.net.
Most Recent Readings
Forbidden Pictures from Hong Kong: 轉寄 Reading for Solidarity
Dear friends, To support students’ hunger strike, I initiated a reading action in the past few days next to the hunger strike camp in the Occupation Zone. Hong Kong is cold and windy now. But many young people brought their books and read quietly together for hours. The Occupation is now over 70 days, and [...]
Elevate Festival: Media, technology, privacy, data, Facebook, Snowden, …
The INC was at the Elevate Festival in Graz, an amazing gathering of creative and artistic, engaged and activistic people who discuss and dance almost 24/7 – changing the world one hack, poem or tune at a time. I took part in two panels: Reality is the Next Big Thing and Media & Technology. On [...]
Art criticism online, or: Hybrid criticism
At the launch of the latest issue of art magazine Kunstlicht I gave a short talk about online art criticism. Using my own experience in online literary critique and the transfer from paper to e-publishing, I want to introduce the concept of hybrid criticism. (The slides are in Dutch, but still easy to follow I [...]