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Die Neuen Zugänge zu Kultur - Begrüssung
World-Information Institute
World-Information Institute (12.06.2013)
Eröffnung der Diskussion durch Sektionschef Dr. Michael P. Franz, Leiter der Sektion Kultur des Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur und Konrad Becker.
Politics of Free Culture
CIMPA
World-Information Institute (13.07.2012)
Politics of Free Culture started from a clear consensus on the panel, that the current intellectual property regime had been outdated for quite some time and was now a severe blockage to cultural production and access, and that substantial changes had become inevitable. The panelists brought in a broad range of perspectives: from political activism to media politics and cultural policy, and to perspectives mainly focusing on economic and juridical concerns.

Panel discussion with:
Konrad Becker, World-Information Institute, Vienna
Eric Kluitenberg, Kennisland, De Balie, Amsterdam
Simona Levi, Conservas, Free Culture Forum, Barcelona
Felix Stalder, World-Information Institute, Zürich
Prodromos Tsiavos, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens
Moderation: Lena Doppel
Interview with Philippe Agrain
World-Information Institute
Philippe Agrain (19.06.2012)
Philippe Agrain speaks in this interview about a turning point in the information ecology and the "war on sharing". Agrain is interested in the questions of an information continuum through cultural and intellectual exchange emphasizes that the internet changed the artist-user relation. Seeing Social Rights as more important than Copyrights he discusses a digital flatrate system and other models of financing cultural production . According to Agrain it is also more important to help produce cultural products through upfront financing less than through renumeration afterwards. Regreting the overall rise of control society instead of open exchange he addresses the gap between winning the intellectual arguments on a reform of intellectual property rights and the political realities.
zib24_10august2010
World-Information.Org
(23.02.2012)
zib24: Google
wicTV08elgincinemascope
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: elgin cinemascope
wicTV07wicitypromos2
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: wicity promos 2
wicTV_06wicitytvpromos
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV wicity tv promos
wicTV_05recycledmarket
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: recycled market
wicTV_03mallpractice
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: mall practice
wicTV_02copyrightthis
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: copyright this
wicTV_01paulsfall
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: pauls fall
wicTV_04nowtalking
World-Information City Bangalore
(23.02.2012)
wicTV: now talking
club2-wikileaks_16to9
World-Information.Org
(23.02.2012)
Club 2: Wikileaks
Talkoftown_20jahreinternet
World-Information.Org
(23.02.2012)
PulsTV: Talk of Town "20 Jahre Internet"
ZKW KF45 on TV
(19.12.2011)
Die politische Kuhentführung der Widerstandsgruppe rund um Public Netbase im Oesterreichischen Fernsehen
RustleTVdocuShainaAnand
World-Information City Bangalore
(19.12.2011)
RustleTVdocuShainaAnand
Nach dem Ende der Politik- Diskussion mit: Andrea Roedig, Monika Mokre, Corinna Milborn, Elisabeth Mayerhofer und Konrad Becker Moderation: Lisa Mayr
Nach dem Ende der Politik
World-Information.Org (03.11.2011)
World-Information Institute / IG Kultur Österreich - Diskussion:


Machtausübung erfolgt in modernen Gesellschaften vorwiegend über undurchschaubare Netzwerke von Konventionen, Regeln, interpersonellen Beziehungen und internalisierter Kontrolle. Das macht eine breite Debatte über Kultur als konstitutives Element sozialer Beziehungen und politischer Gemeinschaften notwendig.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Part II
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
(10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Steve Kurtz Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Steve Kurtz (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Steve Kurtz is one of five tactical media practitioners who constitute the Critical Art Ensemble group, formed in 1987.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Claire Pentecost Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Claire Pentecost (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Claire Pentecost is a faculty member at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and contributor to the Continental Drift blog about globalization.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Andreas Stadler Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Andreas Stadler (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Andreas Stadler is the director of the Austrian Cultural Center in New York.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Felix Stalder Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Felix Stalder (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Felix Stalder is a writer and researcher in the fields of culture, technology, and politics.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Amanda McDonald Crowley Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Amanda McDonald Crowley (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Amanda McDonald Crowley is the curator of the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Peter Lamborn Wilson Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Peter Lamborn Wilson (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Peter Lamborn Wilson is a poet and scholar of Sufism and Western Hermeticism.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Ted Byfield Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Ted Byfield (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Ted Byfield is a moderator of the nettime mailing lists, a group of digital discussion groups about media arts and culture.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Franco Berardi Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Franco Berardi Bifo (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Franco Berardi is a writer, media theorist, and media activist.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Jim Fleming Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Jim Fleming (10.09.2011)
Critical Studies in Art and Media was a one-day conference on the current state of cultural practices in art, technology, and activism. The roundtable discussion invited speakers from the fields of new media, digital theory, art, and political activism to reflect on strategies for creating a sustainable convergence of their areas of interest in order to foster social alternatives to the hegemony of capitalism.
Jim Fleming is the editor and publisher of books on radical media, politics, and the arts at Autonomedia.
Critical Strategies in Art and Media: Brian Holmes Statement
Critical Strategies in Art and Media discussion Sept 2009, NYC
Brian Holmes (10.09.2010)
a video message to the conference participants
Rent and Bias - Contextual Modelling - Panel
Deep Search conference 2010
Felix Stalder | Elisabeth van Couvering | Matteo Pasquinelli | Karl H. Mueller | mc schraefel (28.05.2010)
Search is a cost-intensive business operating in highly commercial environment. Yet, for the public, the services is free to use, financed indirectly through advertisement. Beneath this simple trade-off - free search results for the price of exposure to relatively limited advertisement - lie much more complex economic processes. On the one hand, there is the way in which the free labor of millions (who create the online content and place the links) is transformed into monetary value by the search engine providers (and other aggregators). On the other hand, there he economic bias of the companies themselves creeps into the search results. In this panel, we want to look at the economic models other than advertisement, and their social and political consequences.


The current paradigm of search is keywords and hit lists. While the results are presented as a simple, decontextualized hierarchy, it is produced by complex models that try to determine context. Increasingly, these contexts are made visible to users through clouds, network diagrams and other means breaking with the model of the hit list. In addition, complex, extremely large data-set created by search engines can provide the basis of complex models of social behavior which produce knowledge without any keywords. In this panel we want to look at how contextual knowledge is being used to inform a new paradigm in search, and a new types of social modeling beyond search.
From a Tiny Island of Survey Data to the Ocean of Transactional Data Q&A
Deep Search conference 2010
Karl H. Mueller (28.05.2010)
Q&A Panel 4: Contextual Modelling
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