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Call For Contributions – PRTSCN: THE LAZY ART OF SCREENSHOT
The Institute of Network Cultures (INC) invites all designers, artists, writers and web-surfers (if there are any left) to submit their visual and written works created via or inspired by screenshots! In the upcoming hybrid publication PrtScn: The Lazy Art of Screenshot, INC wants to collaboratively explore the omni-present, yet somehow often overlooked screenshot as [...]
INC is hiring an intern
The Institute of Network Cultures is looking for an intern with research and development skills Internship period: February 1st until July 1st, 2022 (0.6-0.8 fte/3-4 days a week). The Institute of Network Cultures (INC) is a media research center that actively contributes to the field of network cultures through research, events, publications, and online dialogue. [...]
OUT NOW – Radical Housing: Art, Struggle, Care
Theory on Demands #42 Radical Housing: Art, Struggle, Care Edited by Ana Vilenica Housing space is a crucial locus of social reproduction, as it is a place where countless acts of care that sustain our lives take place. Yet, capital has forced its way into our homes, making them a battleground. Art is embedded and [...]