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_Networked Cultures

Peter Moertenboeck and Helge Mooshammer (eds.)

Networked Cultures 
Parallel Architectures and the Politics of Space

Design: Thonik / Paperback, sewn with DVD / Illustrated (colour and b/w) / 320 pages / Size: 17 x 24 cm 
English edition / ISBN 978-90-5662-059-2 / € 35.50
NAi Publishers, Rotterdam

In association with Goldsmiths College, London

izmailovoAAIn our world of flows, networks have become the most powerful tool in how we organise our lives: Networks dominate the rise of global capitalism and its shadow economies, the emergent forms of extrastate control and resistance movements, the worldwide expansion of consumerism and communitarian subcultures. The struggle between network formations produces a space that is both fragmented and contested, yet testifies to the creativity of its inhabitants.

Networked Cultures traces these conflictual negotiations in dialogue with artists, architects, curators and theorists whose work explores possibilities for a multi-inhabitation of territories and narratives across cultural, social or geographic boundaries. Through their shared experiences and accompanying case studies, this book offers an insight into the complex spatial and social realities of globalisation, from city-like informal markets in Moscow and the post-war self-urbanisation in Kosovo to the border economies of the Mediterranean and the parallel worlds of today’s burgeoning megacities.

With texts by Adrian Blackwell, Marina Grzinic, Irit Rogoff and AbdouMaliq Simone, and conversations with Özge Açıkkol, Azra Akšamija, Ayreen Anastas, Ricardo Basbaum, Helmut Batista, Jochen Becker, Matei Bejenaru, Ursula Biemann, Sylvie Blocher, Stefano Boeri, Katherine Carl, Sarah Carrington, Branka Ćurčić, François Daune, Igor Dobricic, Ana Dzokic, Joan Escofet, Jesko Fezer, Asya Filippova, Rene Gabri, Iacopo Gallico, Sophie Hope, Nataša Ilić, Guven Incirlioglu, Katrin Klingan, Vasıf Kortun, Erden Kosova, Olga Lopoukhova, Margarethe Makovec, Marc Neelen, Philipp Oswalt, Kyong Park, Marta Paz, Constantin Petcou, Tadej Pogačar, Poka-Yio, Marjetica Potrc, Gerald Raunig, Oliver Ressler, Josep Saldaña, Marko Sančanin, Güneş Savaş, Florian Schneider, Despoina Sevasti, Pablo de Soto, Srdjan J. Weiss, Eyal Weizman, Seçil Yersel and Claudia Zanfi.

The enclosed DVD features conversations with the contributors to this book that follow the thematic strands along which the collaborative format of Networked Cultures itself has developed: Network Creativity – Contested Spaces – Trading Places – Parallel Worlds.

Editors: Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer

Accompanying exhibitions, manifestations, debates and presentations:

Networked Cultures - The Dialogues
Building on the network logic of this project, the series of Networked Cultures dialogues offers a range of settings to connect the project contributors with a multitude of local actors, including the launch of a comprehensive publication and film archive, as well as exhibitions, video installations and live discussions.

Un-Built, Athens,
        18 December 2008
VUE, Paris
        8 November 2008
AzW, Vienna,
        22 October 2008
Whitechapel Gallery, London,
        16 October 2008
santralistanbul, Istanbul,
        25 June, 2008
Pro qm, Berlin,
        10 June, 2008
Proekt_Fabrika, Moscow,
        5 June 2008
Trafó Gallery, Budapest,
        27 May 2008
Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York,
        15 May 2008
al&d, University of Toronto,
        6 May 2008
NAi - Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam,
        1 May 2008
vai, Bregenz,
        18 April 2008


review:
Topographies of a networked world order
by Franz Thalmair

springerin 1/09


Networked Cultures filmby: Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer
- Network Creativity - Contested Spaces - Trading Places - Parallel Worlds
[...more]
Netzwerk Kultur:
Die Kunst der Verbindung in einer globalisierten Welt
by: Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer
- transcript, 2010
[...more]

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_conversations

+ Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen
+ Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri
+ atelier d'architecture autogérée (aaa)
+ Asya Filippova
+ Sophie Hope and Sarah Carrington
+ Branca Curcic
+ Christoph Schaefer
+ Campement Urbain
+ Claudia Zanfi
+ Despoina Sevasti and Poka-Yio
+ Erden Kosova
+ Helmut Batista

_texts

Radio as Spatial Practiceby: Paulo Tavares Survival Kits: Artistic Responses to Globalizationby: Marga van Mechelen What Ever Happened to Cultural Democracy?by: Sophie Hope I don't know how to explain ...by: Anca Gyemant Trading Placesby: Peter Moertenboeck & Helge Mooshammer Milosevic as Architectby: Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss When the Unavoidable Knocks at the Door ...by: Gulsen Bal Tracing Translocality: The BlackBenz Raceby: Felix Stalder travelling lexicon towards a global positioning systemby: Celine Condorelli