Mute Vol 1, No. 12 – Bringing It All Back Home
The common denominator of this issue is an analysis of the relationship between our notions of 'the public', the internet and markets. Biotech has usurped the Net as a new frontier ripe with potential and terror: the Net is settling into a more familiar – and banal – place in the public imagination . This has left many with a sense that, when it comes to using it for political change, the die has been cast. Let's see.
1999-01, ISSN 1356-7748-12
Korinna Patelis on Internet regulation
David Hudson talks to Christine Bader, Director of 'hacks'
Jamie King on the avant-garde's biotech frontier
Danny O'Brien on Linux
Frédéric Madre on the net.art money-go-round
Kodwo Eshun on post-90s Clubland
Hari Kunzru on Harry Partch
Arslan Mohammed on Popul Vuh
Tom McCarthy on Necropia.com
Pauline van Mourik Broekmann on ISEA 1998
Nelly Voorhuis on the Pandemonium film festival