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New INC Telegram Channel
We invite you to join our new Telegram channel, a place where we can connect through collaborative conversations, livestreams and the sharing of our latest publications such as books, zines, articles, videos, events and much more. To subscribe to the Institute of Network Cultures channel click here: In our Telegram channel, we encourage you to [...]
Open Call – Amplifying Voices from Inside the Ukrainian War Zone
The Institute of Network Cultures is in solidarity with those affected by the Russian invasion in Ukraine. We are open to any form of reflections, tactical tools, notes, witness material and reports from or connected to the war zone. INC wants to amplify the artistic, activist, academic and critical voices of all those influenced by [...]
Cultural Workers Shouldn’t Pay for the COVID-19 Pandemic in NL
We are reposting this anonymous open letter meant to address Dutch cultural organisations, institutions of education and research, and government bodies. Its goal is to raise concerns regarding freelance and remote work during the COVID-19 emergency. Feel free to circulate, appropriate and adapt this text. Here’s the source: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/#/2/pad/view/N+YV5BXQdELU0Z2RZLIuwLkH3My2GNNk9SsdwJ51Gd0/ We are freelancers working in schools, [...]
A World Digital Library Is Coming True! Sort of.
In the May 22nd issue of The New York Review of Books, Robert Darnton wrote an article whose title proudly proclaims that a world digital library is coming true.  I would argue that this is true, but not for any of the reasons or purposes he discussed. In the process of making these claims [...]
De revolutie van het digitaal uitgeven vindt nu plaats
De revolutie van het digitaal uitgeven vindt nu plaats Een interview met Geert Lovink door Jorinde Seijdel in samenwerking met het Instituut voor beeldende, audiovisuele en mediakunst Inleiding Bij de ingrijpende bezuinigingsmaatregelen voor kunst en cultuur in Nederland, die in 2013 in werking zijn gesteld, werd onder meer bepaald dat aan kunst- en cultuurtijdschriften geen [...]
Hendrik-Jan Grievink’s MyCreativity poster in Graphic Design Museum
Connecting the past and the future Retrospective from the collection with work from the 20th and 21st century 15 January – 29 May 2011 The past and the present are always connected. And this has persuaded the Graphic Design Museum to make connections between the history and the future of graphic image culture. The exhibition [...]
Blogpost reports of CPOV and SotQ conference
At the end of project the INC needs to report to the funders of a project. Download here the full reports of the CPOV, Wikipedia conference, the Society of the Query conference and the Economies of the Commons conference in which all the blogposts are gathered.
Economies of the Commons 2 – Video Trailer
Economies of the Commons II HD Trailer on Vimeo. Download or play Mpeg4 (Mp4) video CREDITS: Graphic design and leader: Jeroen Joosse Sound and music: Hugo Verweij Production assistance: Crookedline Sound samples: BBC: Breaking news of Lady Diana crash, 1997 NTS: Prinsjesdag, 1960 Vara: Eerste uitzending Lingo, 1989 ITV: A major fraud: Who wants to [...]
The Telekommunist Manifesto from Dmytri Kleiner Out Now!
Download the pdf here. The print edition will hopefully be financed soon. 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 is a key contribution [...]
Managing Media Work, by Mark Deuze (ed.)
Managing Media Work by Mark Deuze (ed.), with a contribution by Geert Lovink and Ned Rossiter about the Urgent Aphorisms: Notes on Organized networks for the Connected Multitudes. This book explores the ways media industries function, how media professionals manage their careers, how media industries engage with creativity and innovation, and how to make sense [...]