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Dark Markets - interview Geert Lovink
Interview with Geert Lovink at the Dark Markets conference
Dark Markets - interview Chantal Mouffe
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview with Chantal Mouffe at the Dark Markets conference
Which Democracy in a post-political Age?
Dark Markets
Chantal Mouffe (04.10.2002)
We live today in a post-political age where dissent is increasingly taking the form of a total rejection of traditional democratic institutions. This can favor the growth of authoritarian movements. The only way to prevent such an outcome is the creation of a properly agonistic debate about possible alternatives to the existing hegemonic order. How could the new media contribute to such a project?
Dark Markets - interview Florian Schneider
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview with Florian Schneider at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Christoph Spehr
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview with Christoph Spehr at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Konrad Becker
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview with Konrad Becker at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Arianna Bove and Erik Empson
Interview with Arianna Bove and Erik Empson at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Franco Berardi Bifo
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview at with Franco Berardi Bifo at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Oleg Kireev
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Interview with Oleg Kireev at the Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Soenke Zehle
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Soenke Zehle Interview at Dark Markets Conference
Dark Markets - interview Pauline Borsook
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (04.10.2002)
Pauline Borsook Interview at Dark Markets
The Dark Side of the Multitude
Arianna Bove | Erik Empson (04.10.2002)
The impossibility of representing the multitude, calls for a reflection on the inadequacy of the approach to the political as an autonomous realm of thought and action. We aim to look at how the limits of the current conception of democracy and representability operate within contemporary modes of political intervention and to explore the potential and unwritten power of forms of dissent, refusal and disobedience that escape capture in the prevailing politics of democracy, mediation and recognition.
A Virtual World is Possible: From Tactical Media to Digital Multitudes
Dark Markets
Geert Lovink | Florian Schneider (04.10.2002)
The presentation starts with the current strategy debates of the so-called "anti-globalisation movement", the biggest emerging political force for decades. In Part II Lovink and Schneider discuss strategies of critical new media culture in the post-speculative phase after dotcommania. Four phases of the global movement are becoming visible, all of which have distinct political, artistic and aesthetic qualities:
(a) The 90s and tactical media activism
(b) 99-01: The period of big mobilizations
(c) Confusion and resignation after 9/11
(d) Present challenge: liquidate the regressive third period of marginal moral protest
Dark Horses: The Theory of Free Cooperation and the Capability of the Net for Emancipation and Oppression
Dark Markets
Christoph Spehr (04.10.2002)
The theory of free cooperation is an attempt to reconstruct left theory and practice, based on the critique and theoretical inputs by the new social movements of the last decades. It's an answer to the question: If we let go the belief in the "automatical" development of freedom and emancipation through economic progress, the belief in hierarchies, in superficial forms of "democratization" - what is left? How can we build up politics on that, and what does it look like? This will also give new perspectives on the Internet, its power structures and counter-power possibilities.
Dark Markets
Dark Markets
Public Netbase (03.10.2002)
Infopolitics, Electronic Media and Democracy in Times of Crisis. Documentation of the Conference and Exhibition.

Market-ideology, Semiocapitalism and the digital Cognitariat
Dark Markets
Franco Berardi Bifo (03.10.2002)
With the rise of the New Economy a new virtual class was born: the cognitariat. Due to a split in the virtual class cognitive workers became the proletarians of the 90ies. The question of social identity after the dotcom-crash is obvious. Can the global movement against corporate capitalism since the days of the Seattle riots be seen as the global movement of self-organization of cognitive workers?
Whose Democracy? Information Flows, NGOs and the Predicament of Developing States
Dark Markets
Ned Rossiter (03.10.2002)
Everyone likes to claim their organisations operate in ways that adhere to basic democratic principles. The complex of informational relations between African states, supranational entities, corporations, civilian populations and NGOs is defined by various scalar tensions that seriously undermine the constitutive dimensions of a democratic polity. Herein lies the logic of uneven modernities. This talk considers the paradoxical role played by NGOs in developing civic infrastructures, and suggests that greater focus needs to be placed by NGOs on securing intellectual property rights for developing states as the condition of political and economic sovereignty within informational and biotech economies.
The Russian Cultural Situation in the Age of Chechen War
Dark Markets
Oleg Kireev (03.10.2002)
Russia is on a peak of globalization, and Moscow is a new mega polis. The city is constantly infused with investments. But, at the same time, stagnation of cultural activity is obvious. The same kind of stagnation hits the radical political life, there is strict division between private and public life style. Now Russia seems to lack any public opinion. But this new situation gave birth to numerous new forms of artistic and social activity.
Interface Explorer
Interface Explorer
Public Netbase (18.10.2001)
Shared Boundaries. Exhibition, Lecture, Panel Discussion, Performances, Presentations
Eine Institution für das digitale Kulturerbe von morgen - Anforderungen und Erwartungen
Public Netbase (21.02.2001)
Roundtable "Optionen für Österreichs Zukunft" mit Ursula Maier-Rabler (AT), Michael Wimmer(AT), Constanze Ruhm (AT), F.E. Rakuschan (AT), Katharina Gsöllpointner (AT) Moderation: Martin Wassermair
World-Information.Org Vienna (long version)
World-Information.Org Vienna 2000
World-Information.Org (24.11.2000)
World-Information.Org Vienna 2000: Exhibition, Conference, Performances, Concerts, Mediation, Program
Why Leap the Digital Divide? (en)
World-Information Forum Vienna
Kunda Dixit (24.11.2000)
World Information Forum 24.11.2000
Kunda Dixit - Why Leap the Digital Divide?
World-Information.Org Vienna (short version)
World-Information.Org Vienna 2000
World-Information.Org (12.11.2000)
World-Information.Org Vienna 2000: Exhibition, Conference, Performances, Concerts, Mediation, Program
Governing the Global Knowledge Society
World-Information.Org Brussels 2000
Philippe Quéau (13.07.2000)
WIO Brussels - World-Infocon
Challenging the Emergence of 21st Century Global Surveillance Networks
World-InfoCon Brussels
Steve Wright (13.07.2000)
We begin the 21st century with the emergence of quite extraordinary capabilities to monitor all transactions undertaken on our telecommunications highways, be they telephone, mobile, fax or email conversations. Two major global surveillance networks are of importance, namely (i) the NSA run Echelon system which is already in place and (ii) the EU-FBI surveillance system which is currently planned but not yet operational.
Lessons of the Kosovo Information War
World-InfoCon Brussels
Philip Hammond (13.07.2000)
In the year since the 1999 air campaign against Yugoslavia, Nato and its member governments have sought to learn from the experience of handling the media during the conflict. Assessing media performance during the war, this paper seeks to draw an alternative set of lessons, from the perspective that more informative, independent and objective reporting would be desirable.
A Topography of E-space - Electronic Networks and Public Space (en)
World-InfoCon Brussels
Saskia Sassen (13.07.2000)
World-InfoCon Brussels day one
RTMark Interview
WIO Future Heritage Exhibition Brussels
RTMark (06.07.2000)
Never mind the Yes Men - here come RTMark... live in Brussels
RTMark presentation Captain Euro
World-Information.Org Brussels 2000
RTMark (05.07.2000)
Culture Jamming and Coporate Poetry in Brussels
Der glaeserne Mensch? Grundrechte im Informationszeitalter II
Public Netbase Media-Space
Public Netbase (08.06.2000)
government-austria.at Roundtable 3 mit Daniela Zimmer, Walter Peissl, Klaus Richter, Klaus Forgo
Moderation: Martin Wassermair
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