Posts Tagged: publications
Bilwet Audio Archive and Theory on Demand launched!
On the 19th of February, 2010, the INC launched two new online projects: the Theory on Demand Publication series and Geert Lovink’s online radio archive. The Theory on Demand series, produced by Margreet Riphagen and designed by Katja van Stiphout, is a print-on-demand publication series that kicks of with four books. After an introduction by [...]
OUT NOW! Urban Screens Reader
The Urban Screens Reader is the first book to focus entirely on the topic of urban screens. In assembling contributions from a range of leading theorists, in conjunction with a series of case studies dealing with artists’ projects and screen operators’ and curators’ experiences, the reader offers a rich resource for those interested in the [...]
Urban Screens Reader – Call for Papers
Following three successful Urban Screens events in Amsterdam (2005), Manchester (2007) and Melbourne (2008), the preparations for an Urban Screens reader have started. This publication is produced by the INC, in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, School of Culture and Communication, and is to be launched in December 2009. Read the call for papers [...]
INC @ Transmediale Berlin
The INC has a bookstore at Transmediale, Berlin this year! We are looking forward to seeing you there, at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (downstairs, until Thursday eve, 29 Jan 09). Read all about our publications on www.networkcultures.org/publications.
Animal Spirits: About the dark side of the Web
On 20 January 2009, the new INC-NAi publication Animal Spirits, by Matteo Pasquinelli was launched at Waag Society. The program kicked off with a word of welcome by the host Lucas Evers, head of the e-culture programme at Waag Society. He pointed out that this launch was taking place in the heart of the Dutch [...]
Book launch ‘The Internet of Things’ by Rob van Kranenburg
Network Notebook #2 Rob van Kranenburg, The Internet of Things. A critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID. Report prepared by Rob van Kranenburg for the Institute of Network Cultures with contributions by Sean Dodson. Design by Léon & Loes The Internet of Things – Network Notebook Launch Date and time: Tuesday [...]
First cover glimpse of ‘The Internet of Things’
The Internet of Things is the second issue in the series of Network Notebooks. It’s a critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID by Rob van Kranenburg. Rob examines what impact RFID and other systems, will have on our cities and our wider society. The notebook features an introduction by journalist Sean [...]
Zero Comments in Italian and German
Geert Lovink’s most recent book ‘Zero Comments: Blogging and Critical Internet Culture’ (Routledge 2007) has now also been translated into German! Left: Zero Comments: Teoria Critica di Internet. Bruni Mondadori, 2008. Right: Zero Comments: Elemente einer kritischen Internetkultur. Transcript Verlag, 2008. Read more about this on Geert’s blog.
Delusive Spaces book launch
On April 8, writer, journalist and former director of De Balie Chris Keulemans presented Eric Kluitenberg’s new book Delusive Spaces. Below is the full text of his presentation. “The first time I realized this was not just another postmodern Internet geek, dressed in black and locked behind his computer, was on a summer night in [...]