EDIT #002 by Sophie Byrne invites contributors to unravel some of the most pertinent issues to arise out the paradigm of the network. Recognised challenges and possibilities are set against the backdrop of D...
For the IMMA Edit #002, Berlin based art critic Dr. Rebecca O' Dwyer points to how the ‘physicality’ of the network, or lack thereof, preoccupies the work of game changing artists.
Media theorist and philosopher Charles Melvin Ess of Oslo University, inserts the debate of ethics into the traditions of existential thinking for the IMMA Edit #002.
Writer and researcher Jessica Foley, who works between worlds of art, network engineering and urban geography, plays with modes of art blogging and creative criticism in this piece for the IMMA Edit #002, us...
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