Mute Vol 1, No. 11 – Vote Now! Net. Sex, Net. Money, Net. Work
This issue of Mute contains a special insert on net. politics, made in collaboration with Manchester's temporary media lab, Revolting. In it, we ask what the Net means for politics, what revolt means in these revolting times and, in the long run, whether we citizens of the virtual republic are doing anything about it, or are too busy meeting our deadlines.
1998-08, ISSN 1356-7748-11
Martin Harris on Manuel Castells
Hari Kunzru interviews Tony Benn
Hari Kunzru meet and speaks to Jeff Mills
Net.Politics Q&A with Geert Lovink, Konrad Becker & Marie Ringler, Saskia Sassen, Diana McCarty, Ross Anderson et al
Branca Davic talks about her experience of networks, political exile and internal emigration
Ravi Sundaram on technocultures in India
'Ten Reasons Why the Art World Loves Digital Art' by Matthew Fuller
John Cayley on 'programmatology'
Ewan Morrison & Matthew Fuller on the UK's first digital arts prize, Imaginaria
Josephine Berry on the landmark exhibition, Cybernetic Serendipity
Charlie Gere on Adilkno's Media Archive
Eliot Albert on Manuel de Landa
J.J. King on the Critical Arts Ensemble