Cornelia Sollfrank (ed.): Die schönen Kriegerinnen. Technofeministische Praxis im 21. Jahrhundert (2018) [German]

9 September 2018, dusan

Die schönen Kriegerinnen versammelt sieben aktuelle technofeministische Positionen aus Kunst und Aktivismus. Auf höchst unterschiedliche Weise erweitern diese die Denk- und Handlungsansätze des Cyberfeminismus der 1990er Jahre und reagieren damit auf neue Formen von Diskriminierung und Ausbeutung. Geschlechterpolitik wird unter Bezugnahme auf Technologie verhandelt, und Fragen der Technik verbinden sich mit Fragen von Ökologie und Ökonomie. Die unterschiedlichen Positionen um diesen neuen Techno-Öko-Feminismus verstehen ihre Praxis als Einladung, an ihre sozialen und ästhetischen Interventionen anzuknüpfen, dazuzukommen, weiterzumachen, nicht aufzugeben.

Mit Beiträgen von Christina Grammatikopoulou, Isabel de Sena, Femke Snelting, Cornelia Sollfrank, Spideralex, Sophie Toupin, hvale vale, Yvonne Volkart.”

Publisher transversal texts, Vienna, August 2018
ISBN 9783903046160, 3903046167
225 pages

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Limn, 8: Hacks, Leaks, and Breaches (2017)

2 March 2017, dusan

“Hardly a day passes without news of a major hack, leak, or breach; with the scale of computer use and reliance on digital forms of data, no sector of society is immune to these data dumps, infiltrations, and floods. From the surveillance of dissidents to the hacking of elections to the weaponization of memes, hacking is changing in character, and it is changing the world. In this issue we ask whether hacking and hacks have crossed a techno-political threshold: how are hacks, leaks and breaches transforming our world, creating new collectives, and changing our understanding of security and politics. How has the relationship of hacking and hackers to their own collectives, to governments, and to the tools and techniques been transformed recently? What does it mean to be a hacker these days, and how does it differ from engineering, from “cyber-security,” from information warfare or from hacktivism?”

Contributors: Claudio Guanieri, Nils Gilman, Jesse Goldhammer, Steve Weber, Finn Brunton, Matthew Jones, Molly Sauter, Rebecca Slayton, Matthew Goerzen, Adam Fish, Luca Follis, Mustafa Al-Bassam, Sarah Tochetti, Paula Bialski, E. Gabriella Coleman, Robert Tynes, Philip Di Salvo, Sarah Myers West, Ashley Gorham, Joan Donovan, Goetz Bachmann, Tor Ekeland, David Murakami-Wood, Kim Zetter. With science fiction by Cory Doctorow.

Edited by E. Gabriella Coleman and Christopher M. Kelty
Published Feb-Mar 2017
Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 Unported License

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Morehshin Allahyari, Daniel Rourke (eds.): The 3D Additivist Cookbook (2016)

4 December 2016, dusan

The 3D Additivist Cookbook is a compendium of imaginative, provocative works from over 100 artists, activists and theorists.

The accompanying 3D Additivist Archive contains 3D .obj and .stl files, critical texts, templates, recipes, (im)practical designs and methodologies for living in this most contradictory of times.”

Publisher Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam, 4 Dec 2016
Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License
ISBN 9789492302106
[356] pages

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Cookbook: PDF, PDF, IA, Scribd (460 MB)
Archive: torrent, magnet (6 GB)