INC Zine #4
PrtScn: The Lazy Art of Screenshot
Edited by Dunja Nešović
The zine PrtScn: The Lazy Art of Screenshot gathered more than 30 authors in an aim to collectively explore the omnipresent, yet somehow often overlooked, screenshot as a contemporary digital image and practice that fuses the human and machinic boundaries of authorship and vision. As the screenshot travels through networks and is stored away safely in the depths of our hard drives or cloud depositories, a collection of written and visual works featured in PrtScn unpacks these digital movements, freezes and many points (and pixels) in between.
Apart from its print (and PDF) edition, PrtScn: The Lazy Art of Screenshot also features a small collection of moving image works that can be visited on this link.
Contributors: Aisha Altenhofen, Chloë Arkenbout, Nima Bahrehmand, Elisa Bergel Melo, Elki Boerdam, Paolo Bruzzo, Lele Buonerba and Laurel Hauge, Jessie Connell, Joana Chicau, Ioanna Digenaki, Megan Dieudonné & Andrea Rüthel, Rebecca Edwards, César Escudero Andaluz, @lbert figurt, Ben Grosser, Gottfried Haider, Roc Herms, Josh Kimball, Nicole Kouts, Olia Lialina, lu, Gabriel Menotti, Maxwell Neely-Cohen, Yoana Pavlova, Georgica Jane Pettus, Ulrich Richtmeyer, Laurence Scherz, Maša Seničić, Zach Shipko, Molly Soda, Matthew Swarts, Agnieszka Wodzińska, F. C. Zuke
Copy editors: Laurence Scherz, Chloë Arkenbout
Cover and publication design: Maria van der Togt
Production: Maria van der Togt, Tommaso Campagna, Dunja Nešović
Website design: Jordi Viader Guerrero
Binding: Canon Business Services, Canon Nederland N.V.
Published by the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2022
ISBN print: 9789492302830
This publication is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). To view a copy of this license, visit www.creativecommons.org/licences/by-nc-sa/4.0/.
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