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About the INC Publications: The aim of the INC is to create sustainable research networks. In its first years, the INC selected a few emerging topics in which a critical contribution could be made, such as ICT for development, urban screens and the creative industries. Such an INC research thread may start with just one person with ideas on a topic of critical importance. This can lead to the formation of a small group of international researchers, both inside and outside of the academy, which may then result in a larger online discussion.

About the Studies in Network Cultures: This book series investigates concepts and practices specific to network cultures and also explores how to conduct research within this shifting environment. Published by NAi Publishers.

About the INC Readers: The INC Reader series are devoted to INC conference themes and derived from conference contributions.

About the Network Notebooks: Network Notebooks presents new media research specifically commissioned by the INC.

About the Theory on Demand: This series takes its name from Print on Demand, a process in which new copies of a book are not printed until an order has been received.

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Theory on Demand

No.14: Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media, Marianne van den Boomen

  about this publication: Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media by Marianne van den Boomen is a material-semiotic inquiry into the constitutive role of metaphors in our daily encounters with computers and networks. While interface concepts such […]

Info: colophon Author: Marianne van den Boomen. Editorial support: Miriam Rasch. Design and DTP: Katja van Stiphout. Printer: ‘Print on Demand’. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2014. ISBN: 978-90-818575-7-4

Theory on Demand

No.13: The Dark Side of Google, Ippolita

  about this publication: In The Dark Side of Google Italian writers' collective Ippolita provides a thorough, fresh analysis of what is behind the universe of Google and the metadata industry. In recent years Google has established itself as a […]

Info: Author: Ippolita. Editorial support: Miriam Rasch. Design: Katja van Stiphout. DTP: Margreet Riphagen & Katja van Stiphout. Printer: ‘Print on Demand’. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2013. ISBN: 978-90-818575-6-7

Studies in Network Cultures

Anti-Media, Ephemera on Speculative Arts, Florian Cramer

  Florian Cramer, Anti-Media Ephemera on Speculative Arts, nai010 publishers, Rotterdam, Willem de Kooning Academie, Rotterdam and Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2013. ISBN 978-94-62080-31-7. about the book: 1. There is art, and there is anti-art. 2. If that is […]

Info: Florian Cramer, Anti-Media, Ephemera on Speculative Arts, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, Willem de Kooning Academy and Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2013. ISBN 978-94-62080-31-7.

Conference Reports

Society of the Query #2 conference report

The Society of the Query #2 conference report offers an overview of the conference held November 7-8 2013 in Amsterdam. The file functions both as a summary and as archive of the project. It consists of the key results, the conference […]

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INC Readers

Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives

  Click here to download the ePub. About the book: The Unlike Us Reader offers a critical examination of social media, bringing together theoretical essays, personal discussions, and artistic manifestos. How can we understand the social media we use everyday, […]

Info: Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch (eds), Unlike Us Reader: Social Media Monopolies and Their Alternatives, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2013. ISBN: 978-90-818575-2-9, paperback, 384 pages.

Network Notebooks

No.06: The Inner Life of Video Spheres, Andreas Treske

  Order a free copy by filling out the form below. about the publication: Video is everywhere, like a space in which we move, an ocean we can dive into. But video is no longer the video we once knew. To […]

Info: Andreas Treske, The Inner Life of Video Spheres. Network Notebooks 06, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2013. ISBN/EAN 978-90-818575-3-6

Miscellanea

Unlike Us App

Unlike Us: sociale media – monopolies en alternatieven Lespakket ontwikkeld door het lectoraat Netwerkcultuur, CREATE-IT applied research, Hogeschool van Amsterdam Inleiding Unlike Us is het doorlopende onderzoeksproject naar sociale media van het Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur aan de Hogeschool van Amsterdam. […]

Info: Unlike Us App. Lespakket ontwikkeld door het lectoraat Netwerkcultuur, CREATE-IT applied research, Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Conference Reports

Unlike Us #3 conference report

The Unlike Us #3 Conference Report is an overview of Unlike Us #3 Social Media: Design or Decline, held March 22nd - 23rd, 2013 in Amsterdam. The file functions both as a summary and as archive of the project. It […]

Info: Unpublished document. Edited by Serena Westra and Stijn Peeters.

Conference Reports

The Unbound Book conference report

about: The conventional notion of the book, based on centuries of print, is becoming rapidly outdated. Meanwhile the capacity to create digital book-like functions and forms is endless. In a double sense, the book is unbound, both from the bindings […]

Info: The Unbound Book Conference Report. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. 57 p.

Theory on Demand

No.12: Variant Analyses, Interrogations of New Media Art and Culture, Patrick Lichty

   about this publication: Lichty’s range of commentary and analysis dissects nearly two decades of what has now become new media society. Before Facebook’s IPO and Wikileaks’ media storm, artist-as-activists experimented with data gloves, virtual world performance, and anonymous, anarchic […]

Info: Author: Patrick Lichty. Editorial support: Morgan Currie. Design: Katja van Stiphout. DTP: Margreet Riphagen & Katja van Stiphout. Printer: ‘Print on Demand’. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2013. ISBN: 978-90-818575-4-3

Geert Lovink's Books

Networks without a cause, Geert Lovink

about: With the vast majority of Facebook users caught in a frenzy of ‘friending’, ‘liking’ and ‘commenting’, at what point do we pause to grasp the consequences of our info-saturated lives? What compels us to engage so diligently with social […]

Info: Geert Lovink, Networks Without a Cause: A critique of Social Media: Cambridge, Polity Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780745649672.

Network Notebooks

No.05: Legacies of Tactical Media, Eric Kluitenberg

  about the publication: Tactical Media employ the ‘tactics of the weak’ to operate on the terrain of strategic power by means of ‘any media necessary’. Once the rather exclusive practice of politically engaged artists and activists, the tactical appropriations of […]

Info: Eric Kluitenberg, Legacies of Tactical Media. Network Notebooks 05, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2011. ISBN/EAN 978-90-816021-8-1.

INC Readers

Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader

  About the book: For millions of internet users around the globe, the search for new knowledge begins with Wikipedia. The encyclopedia’s rapid rise, novel organization, and freely offered content have been marveled at and denounced by a host of […]

Info: Geert Lovink and Nathaniel Tkacz (eds), Critical Point of View: A Wikpedia Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-78146-13-1, paperback, 385 pages.

Conference Reports

Economies of the Commons #2 conference report

about: This conference is second in a series on the political economy of new media and its consequences for the cultural sector. The first Economies of the Commons was held in Amsterdam and Hilversum from April 10-12, 2008, organized by […]

Info: Conference report Economies of the commons #2. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2010. 48 p.

Conference Reports

Video Vortex #6 conference report

about: Two years after the Video Vortex #2 conference, the Video Vortex events came back to Amsterdam to organize the sixth event in March 2011: Beyond YouTube. Organized by the Institute of Network Cultures, and in a top cultural venue, […]

Info: Conference Report VV6. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, June 2011. 85 p.

Conference Reports

Critical Point of View conference report

about: It would be no exaggeration to state that Wikipedia is at the brink of becoming the de facto global reference of dynamic knowledge. The highly visible clashes amongst opinion leaders, university professors, Web 2.0 ‘evangelists’ and publishers over accuracy, […]

Info: Critical Point of View conference report. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2010. 35 p.

Conference Reports

Unlike Us #2 conference report

The conference 'Unlike Us #2 - Understanding Social Media Monopolies and their Alternatives' was held in Amsterdam March 8 -10, 2012. This report is an overview of the key results, the program and all the blogposts written about the project. […]

Info: Unpublished document. Conference report. Edited by Magreet Riphagen and Serena Westra.

Conference Reports

Society of the Query conference report

about: With the Society of the Query conference – Stop Searching, Start Questioning -, the Institute of Network Cultures aimed to critically reflect on the information society and the dominant role of the search engine in our culture.What does this […]

Info: Society of the Query conference report. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2009. 51 p.

Studies in Network Cultures

Web Aesthetics, Vito Campanelli

Vito Campanelli, Web Aesthetics: How Digital Media Affect Culture and Society, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2010. ISBN 978-90-5662-770-6. about the book: Online video, Web interfaces, file sharing, mailing lists and social networks are transforming […]

Info: Vito Campanelli, Web Aesthetics; How Digital Media Affect Culture and Society, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2010. ISBN 978-90-5662-770-6, Paperback, swen, 276 pages, Size: 14 x 21 cm. € 23.50

Miscellanea

Publications Overview EPUB

The catalogue includes INC Reader series, Studies in Network Cultures, Network Notebooks, Theory on Demand and some miscellaneous titles.

Info: Editors: Sabine Niederer and Linda Wallace, Copy editing: Morgan Currie and Margreet Riphagen. Design and Formatting Silvio Lorusso. Amsterdam: Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur, 2011.

Geert Lovink's Books

Das halbwegs Soziale: Eine Kritik der Vernetzungskultur by Geert Lovink

German version of Geert Lovink, Networks Without a Cause: A critique of Social Media: Cambridge, Polity Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780745649672 über das Buch: Während die meisten Facebook-User noch mit Freund-Werden, "Liken" und Kommentieren beschäftigt sind, ist es an der Zeit, […]

Info: Geert Lovink, Networks Without a Cause: A critique of Social Media: Cambridge, Polity Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780745649672

Network Notebooks

No.04: The Glitch Moment(um), Rosa Menkman

  about the publication: In this book, Rosa Menkman brings in early information theorists not usually encountered in glitch’s theoretical foundations to refine a signal and informational vocabulary appropriate to glitch’s technological moment(um) and orientations. The book makes sense of recent […]

Info: Rosa Menkman, The Glitch Moment(um). Network Notebooks 04, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-816021-6-7.

Network Notebooks

No.03: The Telekommunist Manifesto, Dmytri Kleiner

  about the publication: In the age of international telecommunications, global migration and the emergence of the information economy, how can class conflict and property be understood? Drawing from political economy and concepts related to intellectual property, The Telekommunist Manifesto […]

Info: Dymtri Kleiner, The Telekommunist. Network Notebooks 03, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2010. ISBN: 978-90-816021-2-9.

Network Notebooks

No.02: The Internet of Things, Rob van Kranenburg

  about the publication: Cities across the world are about to enter the next phase of their development. A near invisible network of radio frequency identification tags (RFID) is being deployed on almost every type of consumer item. These tiny, […]

Info: Rob van Kranenburg, The Internet of Things. A critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID, Network Notebooks 02, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2007. ISBN: 978-90-78146-06-3.

Network Notebooks

No.01: Technobohemians or the new Cybertariat, Rosalind Gill

  about the publication: Accounts of new media working conditions draw heavily on two polarised stereotypes, veering from techno-utopianism on the one hand, to a vision of webworkers as the new ‘precariat’, victims of neo-liberal economic policies on the other. […]

Info: Rosalind Gill, Technobohemians or the new Cybertariat? New media work in Amsterdam a decade after the web, Network Notebooks 01, Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2007. ISBN: 978-90-78146-02-5.

INC Readers

Video Vortex 2

    About the book: Video Vortex Reader II is the Institute of Network Cultures' second collection of texts that critically explore the rapidly changing landscape of online video and its use. With the success of YouTube ('2 billion views per […]

Info: ideo Vortex Reader II: moving images beyond YouTube, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-78146-12-4, paperback, 378 pages.

INC Readers

Urban Screens

    about the book: 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 […]

Info: Scott McQuire, Meredith Martin and Sabine Niederer (eds.), Urban Screens Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-10-0.

INC Readers

Video Vortex

  about the book: The Video Vortex Reader is the first collection of critical texts to deal with the rapidly emerging world of online video – from its explosive rise in 2005 with YouTube, to its future as a significant […]

Info: Geert Lovink and Sabine Niederer (eds.), Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2008. ISBN: 978-90-78146-05-6.

INC Readers

From Weak Ties to Organized Networks

  about the book: In March 2009 the Institute of Network Cultures brought 12 networks to Amsterdam for a week of getting things done. Aim of Winter Camp was to connect the virtual with the real in order to find […]

Info: From Weak Ties to Organized Networks, Ideas, Reports, Critiques, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-08-7.

Geert Lovink's Books

Zero Comments, Geert Lovink

about: In this third volume of his studies into critical Internet culture, following the influential Dark Fiber and My First Recession, Lovink develops a ‘general theory of blogging.’ Unlike most critiques of blogging, Lovink is not focusing here on the […]

Info: Geert Lovink, Zero Comments: Blogging and Critical Internet Culture, New York: Routledge, 2007. ISBN: 978-04-1597-315-1. The German translation is published by Transkript Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-89942-804-9.

Geert Lovink's Books

The Principle of Notworking, Geert Lovink

  about: Inaugural speech at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, february 2005, with three chapters on multitude, network and culture, the theory of free cooperation and the dawn of the organized networks. Geert Lovink, The Principle of Notworking: Concepts in Critical […]

Info: Geert Lovink, The Principle of Notworking: Concepts in Critical Internet Culture, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2005.

Geert Lovink's Books

The Art of Free Cooperation

about: This book takes an inventory of the art of collaborative practice, surveys the landscape of new, cooperation-enhancing technologies, and renders the inner workings of cooperative processes as a new model for social movements. Civic participation is on the decline, […]

Info: The Art of Free Cooperation, New York: Autonomedia, 2007. ISBN: 978-15-7027-177-9. Paperback & DVD, 192 pages, $20.

Geert Lovink's Books

My First Recession, Geert Lovink

about: My First Recession starts when the party is over. This study maps the transition of critical Internet culture from the mid-to-late 1990s Internet craze to the dotcom crash, the subsequent meltdown of global financial markets, and 9/11. In his […]

Info: Geert Lovink, My First Recession: Critical Internet Culture in Transition, Rotterdam: V2_NAi Publishers, 2003. ISBN: 90-5662-353-2.

Geert Lovink's Books

Uncanny Networks, Geert Lovink

about: A collection of interviews with new media artists, theorists and critics from East and West-Europe, USA and Asia who reflect on their concepts and practices. It provides a critical context of ideas, networks and artworks that have shaped the […]

Info: Geert Lovink, Uncanny Networks: Dialogues with the Virtual Intelligentsia, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002. ISBN: 0262621878. Paperback, 390 pages

Geert Lovink's Books

Dark Fiber, Geert Lovink

about: According to media critic Geert Lovink, the Internet is being closed off by corporations and governments intent on creating a business and information environment free of dissent. Calling himself a radical media pragmatist, Lovink envisions an Internet culture that […]

Info: Geert Lovink, Dark Fiber: Tracking Critical Internet Culture, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002. ISBN: 0262621800. Paperback, 394 pages.

Miscellanea

The Creativity

  about: The Creativity is a free accidental newspaper dedicated to the anonymous creative worker. The Creativity was produced by Sandberg Institute, the Institute of Network Cultures (Hogeschool van Amsterdam) and the Centre for Media Research (University of Ulster). The […]

Info: Mieke Gerritzen, Hendrik-Jan Grievink, Geert Lovink, Sabine Niederer and Ned Rossiter (eds.), The Creativity, Amsterdam: Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur, 2007.

Miscellanea

54.780 Woorden Over Nieuwe Media Cultuur in Nederland

  Inleiding: Oude en nieuwe media spelen een steeds grotere rol in onze huidige postindustriële samenleving. Televisie en mobiele telefonie zijn diep doorgedrongen in het dagelijkse leven van veel mensen. Communicatie is door de komst van internet ingrijpend veranderd. We […]

Info: Femke Sleegers en Theo Ploeg (eds.), 54.780 Woorden over Nieuwe Media Cultuur in Nederland, Instituut voor Netwerkcultuur i.s.m. het Sandberg Instituut, 2007.

INC Readers

The Art and Politics of Netporn

  about: C’Lick Me: A Netporn Studies Reader is an anthology that collects the best material from two years of debate from The Art and Politics of Netporn 2005 conference to the 2007 C’Lick Me festival. The C’Lick Me reader […]

Info: C’Lick Me: A Netporn Studies Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2007. ISBN: 978-90-78146-03-2.

INC Readers

MyCreativity Reader, Geert Lovink, Ned Rossiter

  about the book: The MyCreativity Reader is a collection of critical research into the creative industries. The material develops out of the MyCreativity Convention on International Creative Industries Research held in Amsterdam, November 2006. This two-day conference sought to […]

Info: Geert Lovink and Ned Rossiter, MyCreativity Reader: A Critique of Creative Industries, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2008. ISBN 978-90-78146-04-9

INC Readers

Incommunicado Reader

about: The Incommunicado Reader brings together papers written for the June 2005 event, and includes a CD-ROM of interviews with speakers. The reader features: Jan Nederveen Pieterse on Digital Capitalism and Development; Roy Pullens on Migration Management (INC commissioned research); […]

Info: Geert Lovink and Soenke Zehle (eds.), Incommunicado Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2005. ISBN: 90-78146-01-X.

Theory on Demand

No.11: Creative Networks, in the Rearview Mirror of Eastern European History, Rasa Smite

  about this publication: Creative Networks explores the dawn of the Internet culture in the age of network society from the perspective of Eastern Europe. From a theoretical angle the networks are introduced and interpreted as complex socio-technical systems. The […]

Info: Author: Rasa Smite. Translation (in English): Linda Vebere. Copy editing: Miriam Rasch. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2012. ISBN: 978-90-818575-0-5.

Theory on Demand

No.10: Beyond ICT4D: New Media Reseach in Uganda

  about the publication: Beyond ICT4D: New Media Research in Uganda is a collection of ethnographic reports from diverse perspectives of those living at the other end of the African ICT pyramid. Crucially, these texts refocus on the so-called “ICT4D” […]

Info: Authors: Ali Balunywa , Guido van Diepen, Wouter Dijkstra, Kai Henriquez and Ben White. Editor: Geert Lovink Copy editing: Cindy Jeffers, Lily Antflick and Morgan Currie. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2011. ISBN: 978-90-816021-9-8.

Theory on Demand

No.09: My First Recession, Critical Internet Culture In Transition, Ned Rossiter

  about this publication: My First Recession starts after the party is over. This study maps the tran- sition of critical Internet culture from the mid to late 1990s Internet craze to the dotcom crash, the subsequent meltdown of global financial […]

Info: Edited by: Ned Rossiter. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2011. ISBN: 978-90-816021-7-4.

Theory on Demand

No.8: Depletion Design: A Glossary of Network Ecologies

  About this publication: Depletion Design suggests that ideas of exhaustion cut across cultural, environmentalist, and political idioms and offers ways to explore the emergence of new material assemblages. We, or so we are told, are running out of time, of […]

Info: Editorial support: Carolin Wiedemann and Soenke Zehle Published in cooperation with xm:lab. Additional support by the Ministry of Education and Culture. Design: Katja van Stiphout. DTP: Margreet Riphagen. ISBN: 978-90-818575-1-2

Theory on Demand

No.07: Image, Time and Motion: New Media Critique from Turkey

  about the book: This reader is a collection of essays written by Turkish graduate students between 2003 and 2010 for Andreas Treske’s seminar ‘Image, Time and Motion’ at Bilkent University in Ankara, revised and actualized in 2010. Coming from […]

Info: Edited by: Andreas Treske, Ufuk Onen, Bestem Büyüm and I. Alev Degim. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2011. ISBN: 978-90-816021-5-0.

Theory on Demand

No.06: Gaming Rhythms: Play and Counterplay from the Situated to the Global, Tom Apperley

  about the book: Global gaming networks are heterogenous collectives of localized practices, not unified commercial products. Shifting the analysis of digital games to local specificities that build and perform the global and general, Gaming Rhythms employs ethnographic work conducted […]

Info: Author: Tom Apperley. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2009. ISBN: 978-90-816021-1-2.

Theory on Demand

No.05: Spatial Aesthetics: Art, Place and the Everyday, Nikos Papastergiadis

  about the book: This book examines the most recent shifts in contemporary art practice. By working with artists and closely observing the way in which they relate to urban space and engage other people, locally and globally, Nikos Papastergiadis […]

Info: Authors: Nikos Papastergiadis. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2010. ISBN: 978-90-816021-3-6.

Theory on Demand

No:04 Imagine there are is no copyright and no cultural conglomorates too…, Joost Smiers & Marieke van Schijndel

  about the book: If we recognize that copyright is unfeasible, and unjustifiable, what should our response be? Immediately comes to mind that copyright provides an investment protection to blockbusters, best sellers and stars. It distorts cultural markets and pushes […]

Info: Authors: Joost Smiers and Marieke van Schijndel, Translation from Dutch: Rosalind Buck. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-09-4.

Theory on Demand

No: 3 Victims’ Symptom (PTSD and Culture), Ana Peraica

  about the book: Victims’ Symptom is a collection of interviews, essays, artists’ statements and glossary definitions, which was originally launched as a Web project (http://victims.labforculture.org). Produced in 2007, the project brought together cases related to past and current sites […]

Info: Editor: Ana Peraica, Copy editing: Vicky Anning, Michael Dieter, Amsterdam, 2008. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-11-7

Theory on Demand

No.02: Jugendjahre der Netzkritik, Geert Lovink & Pit Schultz

  Issue no. 2 Geert Lovink & Pit Schultz, Jugendjahre der Netzkritik, Essays zu Web 1.0 (1995 - 1997) Dieses PDF / Print-on-Demand-Heft bringt eine Auswahl der Texte zusammen, in denen die Medientheoretiker und nettime-Gründer Pit Schultz und Geert Lovink […]

Info: Authors: Geert Lovink and Pit Schultz, Editorial support: Andreas Kallfelzslation, Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2010. ISBN: 978-90-816021-4-3.

Theory on Demand

No.01: Dynamics of Critical Internet Culture by Geert Lovink

  about the book: This study examines the dynamics of critical Internet culture after the medium opened to a broader audience in the mid 1990s. It is Geert Lovink’s PhD thesis, submitted late 2002, written in between his two books […]

Info: Author: Geert Lovink. Editorial support: Ned Rossiter. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-07-0.

Studies in Network Cultures

Nettitudes – Let’s Talk Net Art, Josephine Bosma

Josephine Bosma, Nettitudes: Let's Talk Net Art, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2011. ISBN 978-90-5662-800-0. about the book: Never the darling of the media art institutions and ignored by many curators and critics since its […]

Info: Josephine Bosma, Nettitudes: Let's Talk Net Art, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2011. ISBN 978-90-5662-800-0.

Studies in Network Cultures

Animal Spirit, Matteo Pasquinelli

Matteo Pasquinelli, Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2008. ISBN 978-90-5662-663-1 about the book: After a decade of digital fetishism, the spectres of the financial and energy crisis have […]

Info: Matteo Pasquinelli, Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2008. ISBN 978-90-5662-663-1. Paperback, sewn, 240 pages, Size: 16 X 23 cm. € 23.50

Studies in Network Cultures

Delusive Spaces, Eric Kluitenberg

Eric Kluitenberg, Delusive Spaces: Essays on Culture, Media and Technology, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2007. ISBN 978-90-5662-617-4. about the book: The formerly open terrain of the new media is closing fast: market concentration, legal […]

Info: Eric Kluitenberg, Delusive Spaces: Essays on Culture, Media and Technology, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2007. ISBN 978-90-5662-617-4. Paperback, sewn, 250 pages, Size: 16 X 23 cm. € 23.50

Studies in Network Cultures

Organized Networks, Ned Rossiter

Ned Rossiter, Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2006. ISBN 90-5662-526-8 about the book: The celebration of network cultures as open, decentralized, and horizontal all too easily forgets […]

Info: Ned Rossiter, Organized Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour, New Institutions, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam and the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 2006. ISBN 90-5662-526-8. Paperback, sewn, 250 pages, Size: 16 X 23 cm. € 23.50