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Welcome to [[About Monoskop|Monoskop]], a wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities.
 
  
This page shows a selection of the latest additions to the website. For more detailed overview see the [[Recent]], [[Contents]], [[Index]] and [[Media library]] sections. Updates are also being posted on [http://twitter.com/monoskop Twitter] and [http://www.facebook.com/monoskoplog Facebook].
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Welcome to [[About Monoskop|Monoskop]], a wiki for the arts, media and humanities.
  
''Monoskop supports the open letter [http://custodians.online/ In solidarity with Library Genesis and Sci-Hub].''
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This page shows a selection of the latest additions to the website. For more detailed listings see the [https://monoskop.org/log Log], [[Recent]], [[Contents]] and [[Index]] sections. Selected updates are posted on [https://monoskop.org/log/?feed=rss2 RSS], [http://twitter.com/monoskop Twitter], [http://www.facebook.com/monoskoplog Facebook] and [http://instagram.com/monoskoporg Instagram].
  
 
==Recent entries==
 
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[[Image:Comenius_1705_Orbis_Pictus_index_page.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Index|Monoskop Index: an ABC of art, media and the humanities]] ]]
 
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[[Image:Kircher_Athanasius_Arpa_eolica.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Sound art|Panorama of writings on sound art]] ]]
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[[Image:Rossi_Aldo_1976_La_citta_analoga.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Architecture|Collection of source documents in the history, theory and criticism of 20th-century architecture]]]]
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[[Image:Second_Spring_Exhibition_of_OBMOKhU_Moscow_May-June_1921.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Constructivism|Russian and east-central European constructivism]] ]]
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[[Image:Lissitzky_El_1924_Proun_99.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Lissitzky|El Lissitzky (1890-1941), an avant-garde artist, designer, photographer, typographer and architect]] ]]
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[[Image:Punin_Nikolay_Pamyatnik_III_internatsionala.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Russia#Avant-garde|An extensive collection of writings of and on the Russian avant-garde]] ]]
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[[Image:Marx_Karl_1847_Manifest_der_Kommunistischen_Partei_manuscript_page.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Marx|The works of Karl Marx]] ]]
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[[Image:Velazquez_Diego_Las_Meninas.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Foucault|Michel Foucault's bibliography in some 30 languages]] ]]
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[[Image:Brouillet_Andre_1887_A_Lesson_on_Hysteria.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Freud|The works of Sigmund Freud in 3 languages]] ]]
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MA_8_1_15_Oct_1922_back_cover.jpg|link=Magazines|[[Magazines|Avant-garde and modernist magazines]]
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[[Image:Levi-Strauss_Claude_La_pensee_sauvage_1962.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Levi-Strauss|The works of Claude Lévi-Strauss]] ]]
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Hinton_et_al_2006_p_7.jpg|link=Neural_aesthetics|[[Neural aesthetics]]
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[[Image:GWF_Hegel.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Hegel|Selected works of G.W.F. Hegel]] ]]
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IOK2015_3.1_Fuller_Haacke_Shapolsky.jpg|link=Ideographies_of_Knowledge|[[Ideographies of Knowledge]]  
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[[Image:Henri_Saint-Simon.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Saint-Simon|Bibliography of the works of Henri Saint-Simon (1760-1825)]] ]]
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0100101110101101.org_Epidemic_2001_Biennale_py.jpg|link=Software_art|[[Software art]] and [[Software studies]]
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[[Image:Leibniz_BN_38895_Rechenmaschine-Nachbau.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Leibniz|The life and works of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716)]] ]]
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[[Image:MA_8_1_15_Oct_1922_back_cover.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Magazines|New guide to 150+ avant-garde and modernist magazines online]] ]]
 
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[[Image:HfG_Ulm_Metal_workshop_1958.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Design research|Design research]] survey]]
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[[Image:Bauhaus_2-1_1928.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Bauhaus|Collection of Bauhaus publications, including 11 volumes of ''Bauhausbücher'', 1925-30, and issues of ''Bauhaus'' journal]] ]]
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Neoist_Akademgorod.jpg|link=Neoism|[[Neoism]]
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[[Image:Moholy-Nagy_Laszlo_1930_Light-Space_Modulator_2.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Moholy-Nagy|The life and works of László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946)]] ]]
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[[Image:Arseny_Avraamov_Moscow_1923.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Arseny Avraamov|Arseny Avraamov (1886-1944), composer of ''Symphony of Sirens'']] ]]
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[[Image:Donna_Haraway.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Haraway|The works of Donna Haraway]] ]]
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[[Image:Teodoro_Wolf-Ferrari_1912_Poster_for_M1_the_first_Olivetti_typewriter.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Kittler|The works of Friedrich Kittler (1943-2011)]] ]]
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[[Image:Shannon_Claude_E_1948_General_communication_system_diagram.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Information theory|Collected writings on information theory and its impact across the sciences]] ]]
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[[Image:Baruch_Spinoza.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Spinoza|The works of Baruch Spinoza (1632-77), with short annotations, reviews, and an account of his life by Gilles Deleuze.]] ]]
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[[Image:Marey_1894_Falling_cat.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Experimental film|A bibliography on experimental film]] ]]
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[[Image:Eggeling_Viking_1924_Symphonie_diagonale_4_frames.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Eggeling|The life and work of Viking Eggeling (1880-1925), a pioneer of abstract film]] ]]
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[[Image:Lenin_plays_chess_with_Bogdanov_during_a_visit_to_Gorky_April_1908.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Bogdanov|Writings by and about the revolutionary philosopher, utopian fiction writer and early systems theorist Alexander Bogdanov (1873-1928)]] ]]
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Latest revision as of 11:46, 14 October 2019

Welcome to Monoskop, a wiki for the arts, media and humanities.

This page shows a selection of the latest additions to the website. For more detailed listings see the Log, Recent, Contents and Index sections. Selected updates are posted on RSS, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Recent entries

Monoskop Log

Johanna Drucker: Alphabetic Labyrinth: The Letters in History and Imagination (1995–) [EN, SR]

“The alphabet is at once familiar and mysterious. Its letters have been the object of speculation since their invention almost four thousand years ago; the symbols represent sounds, yet they exist in their own right, often invested with quasi-magical power. Johanna Drucker, who teaches art history at Yale University, examines the imaginative and idiosyncratic ways in which the letters of the alphabet have been assigned value in political, spiritual, or religious belief systems over two millennia. The first book to explore fully this colorful, poetic, and frequently eccentric realm, The Alphabetic Labyrinth is richly complemented by images that have rarely or never before been reproduced. Drawing on a wide variety of little-known sources, both literary and artistic, the author adds a new and exciting chapter to the history of ideas which will prove fascinating to cultural historians, art historians, and anyone interested in the history of writing.”

Publisher Thames and Hudson, London, 1995
ISBN 0500016089, 9780500016084
315 pages

Reviews: Ellen Lupton (Eye, 1995), Cliff Pickover (Leonardo, 1999).

WorldCat

The Alphabetic Labyrinth (English, 1995, 18 MB)
Alfabetski lavirint (Serbian, trans. Branislav Kovačević, 2006)

Siegfried Zielinski: Variations on Media Thinking (2019)

“Expanding on Siegfried Zielinski’s inquiry into ‘deep time’ of the media, the essays in Variations on Media Thinking further the eminent media theorist’s unique method of expanded hermeneutics, which means for him interpreting technical artifacts as essential parts of our cultural lives. Covering such topics as the televisualized Holocaust, the ubiquity of media today, the Internet, the genealogy of sound art, and history’s first hacker movement, these essays further diversify Zielinski’s insight into the hidden layers of media development, which he first articulated in his pioneering work Deep Time of the Media.

Including many previously untranslated and scarce essays, these ‘written time machines’ open new lines of investigation for cultural scholars. From the automata of the Arabic-Islamic Renaissance (800–1200) to the largest and loudest techno-event ever, known as The Symphony of Sirens—which transformed Baku in 1922 into an immense music box of modern noise—Variations on Media Thinking covers Zielinski’s inquiries since 1975. Richly illustrated and full of provocation, brilliant insight, and fascinating research, this volume is perfect for students of media archaeology, philosophy, and technology, as well as any adventurous, rigorous thinkers engaged with culture and media.”

Publisher University of Minnesota Press, 2019
Posthumanities series, 52
ISBN 9781517907075, 1517907071
xxv+428 pages

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PDF (71 MB)

Loes Bogers, Letizia Chiappini (eds.): The Critical Makers Reader: (Un)learning Technology (2019)

“A decade ago many gushed at the possibilities of 3D printers and other DIY tech. Today makers are increasingly shaking off their initial blind enthusiasm to numerically control everything, rediscovering an interest in sociocultural histories and futures and waking up to the environmental and economic implications of digital machines that transform materials. An accumulation of critique has collectively registered that no tool, service, or software is good, bad, or neutral—or even free for that matter. We’ve arrived at a crossroads, where a reflective pause coincides with new critical initiatives emerging across disciplines.

What was making? What is making? What could making become? And what about unmaking? The Critical Makers Reader features an array of practitioners and scholars who address these questions. Together, they tackle issues of technological making and its intersections with (un)learning, art and design, institutionalization, social critique, community organizing, collaboration, activism, urban regeneration, social inequality, and the environmental crisis.

Contributors: Kat Braybrooke, Abigail Browning, xtine burrough, Serena Cangiano, David Cole, Critical Media Lab, Maria Dada, Sharon Ede, Lori Emerson, Gareth Foote, Bernhard Garnicnig, Krystin Gollihue, Anja Groten, Xin Gu, Graham Harwood, Deanna Herst, Garnet Hertz, KairUs, Tom Keene, Cindy Kohtala, Verena Kuni, Maya Livio, Benjamin Matthews, Wim Nijenhuis, Paul O’Neill, Samantha Penn, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Matt Ratto, Pip Shea, Caroline Sinders, Lucy HG Solomon, Peter Troxler, Grace Van Ness, and Eva Verhoeven.”

Publisher Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, Nov 2019
INC Reader series, 12
Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License
ISBN 9789492302366
320 pages

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PDF, PDF (17 MB)
EPUB, EPUB (16 MB)

Holly Jean Buck: After Geoengineering: Climate Tragedy, Repair, and Restoration (2019)

“What if the people seized the means of climate production?

The window for action on climate change is closing rapidly. We are hurtling ever faster towards climate catastrophe—the destruction of a habitable world for many species, perhaps the near-extinction of our own. As anxieties about global temperatures soar, demands for urgent action grow louder. What can be done? Can this process be reversed? Once temperatures rise, is there any going back? Some are thinking about releasing aerosols into the stratosphere in order to reflect sunlight back into space and cool the earth. And this may be necessary, if it actually works. But it would only be the beginning; it’s what comes after that counts.

In this groundbreaking book, Holly Jean Buck charts a possible course to a liveable future. Climate restoration will require not just innovative technologies to remove carbon from the atmosphere, but social and economic transformation. The steps we must take are enormous, and they must be taken soon. Looking at industrial-scale seaweed farms, the grinding of rocks to sequester carbon at the bottom of the sea, the restoration of wetlands, and reforestation, Buck examines possible methods for such transformations and meets the people developing them.

Both critical and utopian, speculative and realistic, After Geoengineering presents a series of possible futures. Rejecting the idea that technological solutions are some kind of easy workaround, Holly Jean Buck outlines the kind of social transformation that will be necessary to repair our relationship to the earth if we are to continue living here.”

Publisher Verso Books, London and New York
ISBN 9781788730365, 1788730364
vi+281 pages

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EPUB

Yates McKee: Strike Art: Contemporary Art and the Post-Occupy Condition (2016)

“The collision of activism and contemporary art, from the Seattle protests to Occupy and beyond

What is the relation of art to the practice of radical politics today? Strike Art explores this question through the historical lens of Occupy, an event that had artists at its core. Precarious, indebted, and radicalized, artists redirected their creativity from servicing the artworld into an expanded field of organizing in order to construct of a new—if internally fraught—political imaginary set off against the common enemy of the 1%. In the process, they called the bluff of a contemporary art system torn between ideals of radical critique, on the one hand, and an increasing proximity to Wall Street on the other—oftentimes directly targeting major art institutions themselves as sites of action.

Tracking the work of groups including MTL, Not an Alternative, the Illuminator, the Rolling Jubilee, and G.U.L.F, Strike Art shows how Occupy ushered in a new era of artistically-oriented direct action that continues to ramify far beyond the initial act of occupation itself into ongoing struggles surrounding labor, debt, and climate justice, concluding with a consideration of the overlaps between such work and the aesthetic practices of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Art after Occupy, McKee suggests, contains great potentials of imagination and action for a renewed left project that are still only beginning to ripen, at once shaking up and taking flight from the art system as we know it.”

Publisher Verso Books, London and New York, 2016
ISBN 9781784781880, 1784781886
296 pages

Reviews: Marc James Léger (Marx & Philosophy, 2016), Philipp Kleinmichel (Radical Philosophy, 2018), Paloma Checa-Gismero (Field, 2016), John Ayscough (Visual Culture in Britain, 2017), Kristin Gecan (Chicago Review, 2016).
Discussion: Gregory Sholette, a.o. (e-flux supercommunity, 2016).
Book launch

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EPUB (6 MB)