The Institute of Network Cultures (INC) analyzes and shapes the terrain of network cultures through events, publications and online dialogue. Our projects evolve around digital publishing, alternative revenue models, online video and design, digital counter culture and much more.
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I’m reposting here the introductory text to the Piet Zwart Instituut’s XPUB’s Special Issue #7, which I had the honor to guest-edit. I take this chance to thank the PZI for inviting me and the PZI students for their enthusiasm during the whole trimester. You can find out more about process, bibliography, and outcomes here.
Save the Date: MoneyLab #7 Amsterdam, 14-15 November 2019
MoneyLab #7: Geo-Politics of Financial Flows Save the date: Amsterdam, November 14 & 15, 2019. The Institute of Network Cultures is proud to announce the return of MoneyLab to Amsterdam: two days filled with presentations, workshops, performances and discussions by and with artists, academics, activists, geeks, and students about pressing financial issues. What is the
Vulnerability of the Networked Generation: Interview with Geert Lovink by Lovro Japund?i?
https://www.kulturpunkt.hr/content/vulnerability-networked-generation For Kulturpunkt.hr, recorded in Zagreb on March 29, 2019 According to the classical definition, melancholy is similar to sadness, at least in its manifestation of loss of interest for the external world. But, while in the traditional sense we associate it with retreatment and introspection, in the contemporary world sadness has become an integral
Link list on bitcoin & blockchain, demonitization and other MoneyLab issues (part 6)
Adam Hayes: The Socio-Technological Lives of Bitcoin https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0263276419826218?journalCode=tcsa Bitwise: “As part of 226 slides presented to the SEC on our ETF filing, we did a first-of-its-kind analysis of *order book data* from all 81 exchanges reporting >$1M in BTC volume on CMC. TLDR: 95% of reported volume is fake but LOTS of good new Apple
Today’s Exhausting Distraction: Interview with Geert Lovink by Teresa Numerico for Il Manifesto
Interview with Geert Lovink by Teresa Numerico about the recently published Italian translation of Sad by Design (EGEA/Bocconi Editore: Nichilismo digitale, L’altra faccia della piattaformea), for the Il Manifesto newspaper, April 6, 2019. Two book launches are coming up: Rome, April 1o (John Cabot University, 6.30 PM) and Napels, April 12 (l’Orientale, 3.00 PM). TN:
Book Launch State Machines: 23 April @Furtherfield, London
State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art Join editors Yiannis Colakides, Marc Garrett, Inte Gloerich, contributors Max Dovey and Helen Kaplinsky, and respondent Ruth Catlow for short presentations with plenty for time for discussion. LOCATION: Furtherfield Commons, 269-271 Seven Sisters Road, London DATE: Tue, April 23, 2019, 6:00
The Art of Financial Hacking – EU Edition
By: Emma Kraak This article is a report on the Art of Financial Hacking workshop that took place in Brussels in April 2018. In this extensive four-day workshop, Paolo Cirio, Brett Scott and Luce Goutelle took participants on a journey into the dark heart of finance, showcased previous investigations and interventions into the financial sector,
Citizen D podcast 042: James Bridle and the new dark age
By Dr?avljan D. (Citizen D) We sat down with James Bridle who was visiting Ljubljana to give a talk at the Aksioma gallery to talk about the evergrowing problem of technodeterminism and the way future is being predicted by the machines. Listen to the podcast here. What’s the role of humanities in the information society,
Unpublishing: A Problem of Access
By Nadine Rotem-Stibbe Unpublish – ‘make content that has previously been published online unavailable to the public’. A stark reminder that this is easier said than done comes from the Oxford Dictionary: ‘Once the images have been published on the internet it will be practically impossible for any court order to unpublish them.’ And: ‘After