institute of network cultures

.. defining network culture:

Network culture is not so much about an anthropological eye observing users as a new (sub)culture, or about studying the effects of new technologies. Rather, it revolves around the interaction between new media and their users, with these users themselves being able to give shape to new technologies. This constructive aspect and the multidisciplinary nature of new media are of primary importance, and artistic, political and technical aspects are all paid an equal amount of attention within this context. The INC’s field of activity is not confined to the internet and can vary from design, activism, art and philosophy, to political theory and architecture.

… and presenting its new weblog

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