Felix Stalder: Open Cultures and the Nature of Networks (2005) [English, Serbian]

8 February 2009, dusan

“Anyone interested in the relation between cultural production and consumption and the development of Free and Open Software (FOSS) will want to read these essays by Open Source pioneer Felix Stalder, the first research to be published within the “Note Book” project by kuda.org. Stalder observes that culture can be approached as object-oriented or exchange-oriented, and believes that Open Source eventually leads to a more open society. Stalder, a lecturer in media economy at Zurich’s Academy of Art and Design, is a managing partner of Openflows, an international network focusing on research and development of Open Source technology and culture. He apparently has some Open Source aspects of his personal life as well: his official biography notes that he lives ‘together with Andrea Mayr and Selma Viola, all three proud to be flesh.'”

Publisher New Media Center_kuda.org, Novi Sad, Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art, Sarajevo, and Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, 2005
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License
ISBN 9783865882110
190 pages


Open Cultures and the Nature of Networks (4 MB, updated on 2017-6-4)
Otvorena kultura i priroda mreža (Serbian, added on 2017-6-4)

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