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net critique blog by Geert Lovink
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 [...]
Book launch: Communities at a Crossroads
INC is happy to announce the publication of Communities at a Crossroads as the 28th book in our Theory on Demand series. The author of the book, Annalisa Pelizza, will be joined by Stefania Milan to discuss the book and open a discussion. Please join us on Monday April 15th at 17:00 hours at Spui25 [...]
Event: The Story of Technoviking 28-03 @ Lab111
PLOKTA Presents: The Story of Technoviking. The documentary tells how an anonymous dancer in a street rave unintentionally became one of the first and most famous internet memes. After the movie, Matthias Fritsch, the maker of the original video, will have a conversation with Geert Lovink. Expect a varied program that includes the introduction of Press Lots of Keys to Abort (PLOKTA), a short film about microwaves, popcorn, a film from the collection of LIMA and unlimited free WiFi.
Wim Nijenhuis over de lach van Paul Virilio
Voorgedragen tijdens de presentatie van De Muur in Den Haag, voormalige Amerikaanse ambasade, 19 februari 2019. Wim Nijenhuis: De lach van Paul Virilio De film over Paul Virilio, Penser la Vitesse, die regisseur Stephane Paoli in 2008 gemaakt heeft in opdracht van Arte France en die in 2012 werd uitgezonden door de ARD, thematiseert het [...]
12 april 2019: NWA-matchmakingsbijeenkomst De Kunst van de Kritiek
NWA-matchmakingsbijeenkomst De Kunst van de Kritiek / The Art of Criticism Meld je aan met het formulier onderaan deze pagina. Fill out the registration form below. Wanneer / When 12 april 2019, inloop 12.00 uur (incl. lunch), einde 17.00 uur Waar / Where @DROOG Design Staalstraat 7A/B 1011 JJ Amsterdam Voor wie / For whom [...]
19 Februari: Rondetafelgesprek: ‘De Muur’ & Paul Virilio
Speciaal evenement: 19.02.2019 > Tijd: 19:30 — 23:00 uur Locatie: West, vml. Amerikaanse ambassade, Alphabetum / Lange Voorhout 102, Den Haag Tickets: 5,- euro / bestellen via: https://tinyurl.com/demuur-virilio Meer info: www.westdenhaag.nl Op 15 november 2018 heeft Network Cultures uit Amsterdam de elektronische versie van het boek ‘De Muur’ (1984) als open source op internet gezet [...]
Out Now: TOD #28: Communities at a Crossroads by Annalisa Pelizza
INC is happy to announce the publication of Theory on Demand #28: Communities at a Crossroads: Material semiotics for online sociability in the fade of cyberculture by Annalisa Pelizza.
Out now: TOD #29: Good Data
INC is happy to announce the publication of Good Data edited by Angela Daly, S. Kate Devitt and Monique Mann. You can download and read the book here: http://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/tod-29-good-data/. Thursday January 25th at 17:00 the book will be launched @ Spui25, see you there!