Posts By: Miriam Rasch
The 3D Additivist Cookbook Launch Party in New York
The 3D Additivist Cookbook Launch Party & Panel December 2, 2016 Printed Matter, New York The Additivist Cookbook is published by the Institute of Network Cultures. Printed Matter is pleased to host the launch of The 3D Additivist Cookbook, to coincide with its publication online and in 3D PDF format. The 3D Additivist Cookbook, devised [...]
We are looking for an intern to work with us on our publications!
For the further development of its hybrid publication strategy – combining digital and print books and other media – the Institute of Network Cultures is looking for an Intern with a strong interest in (digital) publishing 3-6 months, 4 days a week, starting January or February 2017 You will work on international publications in the [...]
Deep Pockets #1 – Eduardo Navas, Spate – available now!
‘Why can’t reflection be more jubilant?’ This phrase from Eduardo Navas’ Spate may serve as an adequate line to proudly introduce our new publication series Deep Pockets. ‘Jubilant reflection’ on networks, media activism, the political economy of the social, and other INC topics is what we’re after with this new line of print-on-demand and electronic [...]
Recent publication: The Ends of the Internet by Boris Beaude
Now available: The Ends of the Internet by Boris Beaude, translated from the French by Patrice Riemens. If you are interested in a copy, fill out the form below. About this publication: *The Ends of the Internet* is an investigation into all the reasons why the Internet, which has been with us for over thirty [...]
Out now: Internet on the Outstation, Theory on Demand #19
Internet on the Outstation provides a new take on the digital divide. Why do whole communities choose to go without the internet when the infrastructure for access is in place? Through an in-depth exploration of the digital practices occurring in Aboriginal households in remote central Australia, the authors address both the dynamics of internet adoption [...]
Just Out: Social Media Abyss, Critical Internet Culture and the Force of Negation by Geert Lovink
In this fifth volume of his ongoing investigations, Dutch media theorist and internet critic Geert Lovink plunges into the paradoxical condition of the new digital normal versus a lived state of emergency. There is a heightened, post-Snowden awareness; we know we are under surveillance but we click, share, rank and remix with a perverse indifference [...]
Navigating Theory on Demand: try out our new web platform for reading
Navigating Theory on Demand is a new way of reading, interacting and working with an e-publication. In collaboration with the PublishingLab a new reading platform has been developed for the Theory on Demand series to make the publications easily readable and browsable online. Léna Robin, Josip Batinic and Lucia Dossin have researched, designed and developed [...]
Utopia van de kunstkritiek: experimentele publicatie online te lezen / luisteren / bekijken
Utopia van de kunstkritiek is een digitale, experimentele publicatie over de nabije en verre toekomst van de kunstkritiek. Kunnen we kritiek bedrijven zonder het geschreven woord? Nemen robots, algoritmes en data de kunstkritiek over? En hoe kunnen critici zelf de toekomst mee vormgeven? In negen bijdragen verkennen critici, kunstenaars, filosofen en onderzoekers de toekomt van [...]
Two new publications: Online Courtship and In the Facebook Aquarium. Get your copy now!
Two new editions in our Theory on Demand-series are available now! Theory on Demand #15 was published a couple of weeks ago on the eve of the Facebook Farewell Party: Ippolita’s In the Facebook Aquarium. Theory on Demand #16 is our very first publication about a subject that affects the lives of millions around the [...]
Investigating Longforms in a Research Context
In preparation for the new longform series the INC started a research into the genres of longform or longread. Miriam presented the project during a lunch meeting for co-workers in the research center of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. You can find the slides and notes on the website of the PublishingLab and below. [...]