This publication is a raw unedited record of mail list exchanges in advance of a research workshop at the Canadian Embassy in Berlin (29-30 Jan 2020) and public presentations at Volksbühne (31 Jan 2020), as part of transmediale 2020 End to End which aimed to deal with the pervasiveness of networks and their limits. By drawing on the legacies of critical and autonomous network cultures, contributions discuss whether there a conceivable counter-power to networks? Which alternative technological models and cultural narratives are needed to construct the principles of end-to-end communication anew? How might the critique of networks extend to non-western contexts and reflect the limits in a global canonical perspective?
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Publisher: Digital Aesthetics Research Centre, Aarhus University, in collaboration with CSNI, London South Bank University, GEM Lab, Concordia University, and transmediale
Design: Open Source Publishing, Brussels
Page count: 174