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A Networked Self: Identity, Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites

A Networked Self: Identity, Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites: Papacharissi, Zizi (Editor), Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo (Introduction by), Routledge:

A Networked Self examines self presentation and social connection in the digital age. This collection brings together new theory and research on online social networks by leading scholars from a variety of disciplines. Topics addressed include self presentation, behavioral norms, patterns and routines, social impact, privacy, class/ gender/ race divides, taste cultures online, uses of social networking sites within organizations, activism, civic engagement, and political impact.

“The complex and sometimes contradictory phenomena of social media are among the most discussed aspects of digital culture today, and A Networked Self examines these phenomena through a variety of perspectives and approaches from sociology and communication theory. Continue reading


Jul 1, 11:45
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Neural #39: Multiplied Identities

Neural #39: Multiplied Identities: interviews: . ZTOHOVEN . Matthias Fritsch . Lynn Hershman . Evan Baden . Paul Vanouse :: articles: . Who’s Who on the Chinese Free Speech Internet? . Codable identities in TV series . Genesis P-Orridge . Fictitious Identities in electronic dance . Face to Facebook :: reports: . Transmediale 2011 . Elektra 12.

.news: Newstweek, Highscreen, FoodMatch, Simulen, Boskoi, Soplarte, Disc.o, Quintetto, Lotto Beats, Show Me How [not] To Fight, Sea and Spar between, Untiled Faces, Link, “Jeff Koons must die!!!”, Particles.

.books/dvds: Zizi Papacharissi/A Networked Self, Joss Hands/@ Is For Activism, Douglas Rushkoff/Program or Be Programmed, Jussi Parikka/Insect Media, Continue reading


Jul 1, 09:23
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Live Stage: Interacting with a Digital ‘Person’ [online]

[Image via] Webinar: Interacting with a Digital ‘Person’: what impact(s) and implication(s) for identity? :: June 20, 2011; 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm (GMT +2) :: Streamed live here. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions, interact with the speakers and share their own experiences.

Speakers: Yasmine Abbas (Neo-nomad research), Georges Chapouthier (Research director at the CNRS in Paris, Centre Emotion -CNRS UMR 7593- Université Pierre & Marie Curie, Pitié-Salpétrière, Paris, France), Mark Coeckelbergh (Department of Philosophy, University of Twente, the Netherlands) and Jasper Michiel van Hemert (Senior User Experience Researcher, TomTom, The Netherlands). Continue reading


Jun 17, 12:42
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Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts

Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts; Margot Lovejoy, Christiane Paul, Victoria Vesna (eds), University of Chicago Press.

Context Providers explores the ways in which digital art and culture are challenging and changing the creative process and our ways of constructing meaning. The authors introduce the concept of artists as context providers — people who establish networks of information in a highly collaborative creative process, blurring boundaries between disciplines. Technological change has affected the function of art, the role of the artist, and the way artistic productions are shared, creating a need for flexible information filters as a framework for establishing meaning and identity. Context Providers considers the work of media artists today who are directly engaging the scientific community through collaboration, active dialogue, and creative work that challenges the scientific. Continue reading


May 21, 11:12
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Never written stories [es Madrid]

Never written stories :: Symposium: June 20-23, 2011 :: CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Av. Constitución 23, 28931 Móstoles, Madrid, Spain :: Open Call for research projects on artistic theory and practice — Deadline for Applications: May 16.

Beyond the economic problem, the negativity of the current crisis is basically linked to the deactivation of the capacity of inventing a future. However, we must remind that every crisis opens up spaces of possibility. To assume that, as immaterial producers, we all participate in the creation of collective imagination entails the risk that neoliberal directives use as a tool the triad constituted by “innovation-creativity-invention.” In this inevitably shared space, critical artistic practices keep on defending the power of imagination as a political faculty that unite memory and prediction. Continue reading


Apr 17, 10:22
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Live Stage: New Cartographies [uk Manchester]

Cornerhouse presents New Cartographies: Algeria-France-UK :: April 8 – June 5, 2011 :: Preview: April 7; 6:00 – 9:00 pm :: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 5NH, UK.

At a moment when North Africa is convulsed by civil unrest and social turmoil, and pro-democracy rallies in Algiers defy government bans, New Cartographies: Algeria-France-UK brings together recent work by ten emerging and established contemporary artists to explore Africa’s largest country and its complex relationship with Europe as it heads towards its fiftieth year of independence. Continue reading


Apr 5, 11:29
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Pixilerations v.8 [us Providence]

New Media Fringe Festival @ FirstWorks present Pixilerations [v.8] :: September 22 – October 2, 2011 :: FirstWorks Festival, Providence, Rhode Island :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: April 19.

In an era of Facebook/ Twitter-inflamed revolutions, biotechnology ethics wars, and Youtube-generated museum exhibitions, this year’s festival seeks to examine the question “Where – and what – is New Media Art today?” New Media art traditionally held a role at the intersections of art, science, technology, ansd social realms, yet artists who do not identify as New Media artists now make free use of the same tools as video game programmers, robotics engineers, and DJs. Continue reading


Mar 26, 11:51
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[-empyre-] Contesting the Netopticon

[image: etay by jhave] January on -empyre- soft-skinned space: Contesting the Netopticon — Moderated by Simon Biggs (UK/Australia) with invited discussants Joseph Delappe, Marc Garrett, Davin Heckman, Patrick Lichty, Heidi May, Christina Spiesel and Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead :: Simon Biggs wrote:

Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) described an apparatus he termed the Panopticon, intended to condition the behaviour of subjects by disallowing them knowledge of whether they were being observed or not, causing them to fear they were. The space Bentham sought to control was the prison, seeking to replace capital punishment with a penal system focused on rehabilitation. Janet Semple’s study (Semple) evidences Bentham’s correspondence, suggesting an intent to establish for-profit penal institutions based on his Panoptic model. Continue reading


Jan 18, 11:57
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Live Stage: Stories, in Between [no Bergen]

[Image: Runo Lagomarsino, “We support,” 2007-2011. Slide projection installation, dimensions variable] Stories, in Between with Loulou Cherinet, Patricia Esquivias, Brendan Fernandes, Tamar Guimarães, Will Kwan, Runo Lagomarsino, and Maya Økland; Guest curated by Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh :: January 22 – March 6, 2011 :: Opening: January 21; 6:00 pm :: Stiftelsen 3,14, Vågsallmenningen 12, 5014 Bergen, Norway.

Discussions around identity in our supposedly post-colonial world have been in the forefront of intellectual and artistic activities for nearly four decades. From Edward Said onwards, thinkers like Homi K. Bhabha, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, and Frantz Fanon have transformed the way that we understand and discuss colonialism and globalization. Continue reading


Jan 17, 19:08
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Raising Dust: Encounters in Relational Geography [uk London]

[Image: Navroze Contractor, “Street sweeper in Jodhpur,” 2009. Photograph, dimensions variable] Raising Dust: Encounters in Relational Geography :: December 8, 2010 – February 20, 2011 :: Calvert 22, 22 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP.

Curated by Richard Appignanesi, writer, theorist and editor Raising Dust is a provocative multimedia exhibition which explores contemporary notions of identity and relativity by inviting a group of predominantly Eastern European artists to respond to the poetry and politics of place.

Arguably, the very idea of Europe is in itself a dislocation, a ‘nomadic horizon’ which responds differently to the shifting perspectives and desires of its inhabitants. Each artist in Raising Dust has contributed work which addresses this proposition and foregrounds the urgency of creating an autonomous ‘space for life’ that overrides dominant mainstream distinctions. Continue reading


Dec 8, 13:05
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