Mute Vol 1, No. 18 – I Am The Network
In a networked environment the prevailing bloody-minded onus on knowledge makes all thought-work operationally functional. Rather than the brave new world of creative industries and entrepreneurial affiliation the result may very well be what Andrew Ross has called 'sacrificial labour'. In this issue we take up some of the ramifications.
2000-11, ISSN 1356-7748-18
Anthony Davies and Simon Ford on Culture Clubs
Reports on Tulipomania and UK.com and an assessment of the so-called 'new economy'
Roy Ascott, Sara Diamond and Geert Lovink on the net status-quo
Josephine Berry on International Browserday
Stewart Home on life and work with Iain Sinclair and Chris Petit
Michel Houellebecq interviewed by Tom McCarthy and Chris Darke
Ben Seymour on Negri and Hardt's Empire
Steve Beard on Dromographic Stress Disorder
Josephine Bosma on Futuresonic
Mike Stubbs on the Werkleitz Biennale