[NetBehaviour] Community without Community in Digital Culture: An interview with Charlie Gere.

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Community without Community in Digital Culture: An interview with 
Charlie Gere.

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/community-without-community-digital-culture-interview-charlie-gere

Marc Garrett interviews Charlie Gere on Digital Culture in the 
Twenty-first Century, and two of Gere's publications 'Digital Culture' 
(2002) and 'Community without Community in Digital Culture' (2012).

Charlie Gere is a Professor of Media Theory and History in the Lancaster 
Institute for Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University. Co-curator of 
FutureEverybody the 2012 FutureEverything exhibition in Manchester. In 
2007 he co-curated Feedback, a major exhibition on art responsive to 
instructions, input, or its environment, in Gijon, Northern Spain. He 
has given talks at many major arts institutions, including the Centre de 
Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, the Architectural League in New 
York, Tate Britain, and Tate Modern. Gere's new book, Community without 
Community in Digital Culture (Palgrave MacMillan, 2012), is out now.

Previous titles include: Digital Culture (Reaktion Books, 2002), Art, 
Time and Technology (Berg, 2006), Non-relational Aesthetics, with 
Michael Corris (Artwords, 2009). Gere was co-editor of White Heat Cold 
Logic (MIT Press, 2009), and Art Practice in a Digital Culture (Ashgate, 
2010), as well as writing many papers on questions of technology, media 
and art. He is also co-editing with Robin Boast an anthology entitled 
Allegories of the Information Age (forthcoming).

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