Mute Vol. 1 No. 22: The Art Issue

Mute Vol. 1 No. 22: The Art Issue
Author: Josephine Berry Slater (Ed.)
Publisher: Mute Publishing
Language: English
Pages: -
Size: -
Weight: 500 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: ISSN: 1356-7748
Price: €7.00
Product Description

What does it mean to publish an art issue now? For Mute, it means revisiting a subject that, together with technology, was its raison d'etre when it first launched in late 1994. For now it is art's potent place in the knowledge economy that has catalysed us this time.

Reading Recessions
By Jean Bernis
The Last Picture Show
By Benedict Seymour
Lines Drawn in the Sand of Time
By Josephine Bosma
The Hague Convention for Dummies
By Ted Byfield
CYBERHYPE V: The Age of Asymmetry
The Idea of Art
By Mute Editor
By Benedict Seymour
Private Lessons
By Gregor Claude
I Love You, Virus
By Ian Morrison
One Nation Under God
By Hari Kunzru
The E-longating Arm of the Law
By JJ King
Real-time Sublime
By Daniel Berchenko
Ego & I.D. (Head to Head)
By Hanover Hex and Sean Cubitt
Around the World (The Milanese Label Archive etc)
By Ulrich Gutmair
Systems Upgrade (Conceptual Art and the Recoding of Information, Knowledge and Technology)
By Michael Corris
By Peter Fend
Artburger: Selling Art Online
By Andrew Gellatly
Paper Dolls
By Lina Dzuverovic Russell
By Matthew Fuller
Repeat and Win
By Josephine Berry
So Long and Thanks for the Pics
By Anja Büchele
180 Degrees of Separation
By Mike Sperlinger
Cyberselfishness Explained
By Geert Lovink interviewing Paulina Borsook
One Market Under God
By Hari Kunzru
The Wiki Way (Quick Collaboration on the Web, Bo Leuf, Ward Cunningham)
By Simon Worthington
Cheap Tricks
By Frédéric Madre
Cryptoid Anarchies
By Stewart Home
Childhood Romance
By David Thompson
Endless Sonic Mania (Inventory FM)
By Anthony Iles
How to be an Obstacle
By Louise Oldfield
September 11th 2001 (9.11 911 OIL)
By Sadie Plant
Can You Bear It?
By Marina Vishmidt
Electronic Festival
By Anne Hilde Neset and Lina Dzuverovic-Russell