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Selfies Under Quarantine: Students Report Back to Rome (Video Episode)
After the fifth episode of the Selfies Under Quarantine series, here, at the Institute of Network Cultures, we discussed how such online courses, but also lectures and debates, could make more use of the video essay form. If there is such as thing as the ‘visual turn’ in education (in re: popular culture), away from [...]
Out Now: TOD#33 Algorithmic Anxiety in Contemporary Art
Over the past decade, a growing number of artists and critical practitioners have become engaged with algorithms. This artistic engagement has resulted in algorithmic theatre, bot art, and algorithmic media and performance art of various kinds that thematise the dissemination and deployment of algorithms in everyday life. Especially striking is the high volume of artistic [...]
++just out++ Video Vortex Reader III: Inside the YouTube Decade
Edited by Geert Lovink and Andreas Treske INC Reader #14 Download it here, as e-pub, pdf or print-on-demand (via Lulu): Video Vortex Reader III: Inside the YouTube Decade What is online video today, fifteen years into its exponential growth? What started with amateur work of YouTube prosumers has spread to virtually all communication apps: an [...]