Mute Vol 1, No.10 – Mongrel Culture
The rat looks as though it had used an intelligence akin to man's to work out how to reach the cheese. Actually, experimenters taught it each move separately, then to link them together. All the rat provided was eagerness for a reward... Rats, nets, mongrel mixup, more critical and informational services in this issue of Mute.
1998-04, ISSN 1356-7748-10
Critical Arts Ensemble in conversation with Mark Dery
Science Art by Helen Sloan
The Futile Style of London by Simon Pope
Drew Hamment on Bodycoder and the Music of Movement
Graham Harwood, Lisa Haskel & Pauline van Mourik Broekman on 'Mongrel Britain'
Josephine Bosma's short history of net.art
John Hutnyk on Kula Shaker
Gaming reviews by John Paul Brichard
Tom McCarthy on how to survive Semiopolis