[NetBehaviour] Very excited to announce - State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art.
julian.lesaux at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 19:38:55 CET 2019
Well done on this! I was just leafing through it, and became engrossed
in a rather brilliant article by James Bridle called 'State to Stateless
Machines: A Trajectory'. If the rest of the book's up to that standard,
you've done a great job.
On 20/03/2019 15:14, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour wrote:
> Hi Netbehaviourists,
> I'm very excited to announce - State Machines: Reflections and Actions
> at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art.
> Co-edited with Yiannis Colakides (@NeMeOrg), Marc Garrett
> (@furtherfield), and @InteGloerich (INC).
> I co-edited the thing, and contributed three different texts for the book.
> 1 - Reclaiming the Corporate-Owned Self. Featuring work by Jennifer
> Lyn Morone. Marc Garrett (Pages 195-205)
> 2 - Art, Debt, Health, and Care. Marc Garret interviews Cassie
> Thornton (Pages 223-234)
> 3 - Art, Experience and Becoming: Mutations, Agents and Avatars. Marc
> Garrett interviews Lynn Hershman Leeson (Pages 176-182)
> Order a free hard copy or download the epub/pdf: http://bit.do/eMqCv
> Of course, there are many other contributors such as: James Bridle,
> Max Dovey, Marc Garrett, Valeria Graziano, Max Haiven, Lynn Hershman
> Leeson, Francis Hunger, Helen Kaplinsky, Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak,
> Rob Myers, Emily van der Nagel, Rachel O’Dwyer, Lídia Pereira, Rebecca
> L. Stein, Cassie Thornton, Paul Vanouse, Patricia de Vries, Krystian
> This publication investigates the new relationships between states,
> citizens and the stateless made possible by emerging technologies. It
> is the result of a two-year EU-funded collaboration between Aksioma
> (SI), Drugo More (HR), Furtherfield (UK), Institute of Network
> Cultures (NL), NeMe (CY), and a diverse range of artists, curators,
> theorists and audiences. State Machines insists on the need for new
> forms of expression and new artistic practices to address the most
> urgent questions of our time, and seeks to educate and empower the
> digital subjects of today to become active, engaged, and effective
> digital citizens of tomorrow.
> Wishing you all well.
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