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- Description'We were students looking to develop a network that would have a cultural impact - some way of organizing that would give us eugh financial, hardware, and labor resources that we could begin to construct a platform for a public voice. Collective activity seemed (and still seems) to be the best option.' CAE 'Required reading for anyone concerned with disrupting authoritarian power in all its hideous forms.' Natalie Bookchin The third volume of essays in tactical media from the Critical Art Ensemble traces the developing topographies of digital intervention. Indicating that cultural bunker is ever fully secure, the CAE show the possibilities of trespass, unleashing semiotic shocks that collectively could negate the rising intensity of authoritarian culture. Topics include contestational robotics, the financial advantages of anti-copyright, the mythology of terrorism on the net, recombinant theatre-as-resistance, and the possible role of children as tactical media participants.
- Author BiographyCritical Art Ensemble (CAE), a collective of five artists working since 1987, produces cultural products ranging from books to Web projects to performances that investigate moments in art, technology, activism, and critical theory.
- Author(s)Critical Art Ensemble
- Date of Publication12/01/2003
- SubjectCultural Studies
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Width150 mm
- Height230 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (UK)
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