i normally don't post our newsletter on this list, and it's not a new
but i think the incommunicado documentation (especially the interviews)
may be of interest to some of you!
The Institute of Network Cultures (INC), set up in June 2004, caters to
research, meetings and (online) initiatives in the area of Internet and
In this newsletter:
1. MyCreativity: convention of creative industries researchers
2. Urban Screens Berlin and Urban Screens Manchester
4. Netporn talkshows at Impakt Festival
5. Incommunicado documentation
6. INC events calendar summer-autumn 2006
1. MyCreativity: Convention of Creative Industries Researchers
Date: 17-18 November, 2006
Venue: Club 11, Post CS Building, Amsterdam
MyCreativity is an international convention of creative industries
researchers. The programme will kick off with an event produced by the
All Media Foundation and the Sandberg Institute, titled ‘Paradise by
the Laptop Light. This will take place on Thursday evening November 16
in Paradiso, Amsterdam. The next two days the convention will be held
in the PostCS building in Amsterdam. This international conference will
be used as a first meeting of an emerging network of researchers and
creatives that critically engage with the 'creative industries' field.
November 16 at Paradiso, Amsterdam: Paradise by the Laptop Light
November 17-18 at PostCS, Amsterdam: MyCreativity
Organisation: INC and Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster
in collaboration with Sandberg Institute Amsterdam and the All Media
Concept: Geert Lovink and Ned Rossiter
Programme: Geert Lovink, Ned Rossiter, Mieke Gerritzen and Sabine
Producer: Shirley Niemans
Design: Hendrik-Jan Grievink
More information and registration:
MyCreativity mailinglist: http://idash.org/mailman/listinfo/my-ci
2. Urban Screens
The Berlin-based IEB is working on a Berlin issue of Urban Screens, the
event initiated in 2005 by the INC in collaboration with Rietveld
Academy and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Curator and researcher for the
2005 project was Mirjam Struppek, Interactionfield Berlin. For the
Urban Screens Berlin event, the IEB is working with curator Ingken
Wagner. The Berlin edition will have a main focus on the commercial
potential of urban screens, with presentations of various business
models and best practices.
Urban Screens 2007 is a joint project of BBC Public Space Broadcasting,
Cornerhouse Manchester, MDDA, and the Institute of Network Cultures.
Urban Screens 2007 (Manchester, October 2007) will focus on the issues
surrounding the production and display of media content for Urban
Screens, as well as the adaptive reuse of 'old' content for new media.
Urban Screens Mailinglist:
In collaboration with NAi Publishers, the INC will publish a series of
books on new media theory and practice. The first book in the series is
by Ned Rossiter.
Ned Rossiter (2006), Organised Networks: Media Theory, Creative Labour,
New Institutions, Rotterdam: NAi Publishers.
The celebration of network cultures as open, decentralized, and
horizontal all too easily forgets the political dimensions of labour
and life in informational times. Organized Networks sets out to destroy
these myths by tracking the antagonisms that lurk within Internet
governance debates, the exploitation of labour in the Creative
Industries, and the aesthetics of global finance capital. Cutting
across the fields of media theory, political philosophy, and cultural
critique, Ned Rossiter diagnoses some of the key problematics facing
network cultures today. Why have radical social-technical networks so
often collapsed after the party? What are the key resources common to
critical network cultures? And how might these create conditions for
the invention of new platforms of organization and sustainability?
These questions are central to the survival of networks in a
post-dotcom era. Rossiter unleashes a range of strategic concepts in
order to explain and facilitate the current transformation of networks
into autonomous political and cultural “networks of networks”.
Ned Rossiter is senior lecturer in Media Studies at the Centre for
Media Research, University of Ulster.
Geert Lovink, founding director of the INC worked as a research fellow
at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, where he finished his upcoming
book titled Zero Comments: Kernels of Critical Internet Culture. Zero
Comments will be published by Routledge (New York) in 2007.
Geert Lovink (2007). Zero Comments: Kernels of Critical Internet
Culture, New York: Routledge.
In Zero Comments Geert Lovink upgrades worn-out concepts and inquires
the latest Web 2.0 hype around blogs, wikis and social network sites.
In this third volume of his studies into critical Internet culture,
Lovink develops a ‘general theory of blogging.’ Instead of celebrating
‘citizen journalism’ blogs are analyzed in their ‘nihilist impulse’ to
empty out established meaning structures. Blogs bring on decay of the
20st century broadcast media, and are proud of their in-crowd mechanism
of linking, tagging and ranking. The book also deals wit the silent
globalization of the Net in which no longer the West but countries like
India, China and Brazil are becoming the main drivers of new media
culture. Zero Comments upgrades concepts such as global Internet time,
tactical media, the crisis of new media arts and the problematic
relationship between architecture and the Net, and ends with
speculative notions on concepts such as organized networks, free
cooperation and distributed aesthetics.
4. Netporn talkshows at Impakt Festival
August 25, 17.00h, Central Museum, Utrecht
More info: http://www.impakt.nl
Realcore is the term journalist, musician and researcher in technology
Sergio Messina has given to a new genre in online pornography. Realcore
is about the attraction of reality in sexuality. By using new
technologies, there has been a revolution in pornography. It’s not
about an objective presentation of lust anymore, but about the
subjective experience of this lust.
August 26, 15.00h, Central Museum Utrecht
DIY Porn Couch.Club
More info: http://www.impakt.nl
Internet and pornography are still two peas in a pot. But in what ways
do individuals actively make use of the interactive possibilities in
regard to their own pornographic experiences? At the DIY Porn
couch.club at the Impakt Festival Sergio Messina and ‘Show-n-Tell’ will
present their work and discuss the role of the individual in the world
of online pornography.
Sergio Messina is a journalist, musician and internet researcher; he is
the founder of the term ‘realcore’. He will talk about DIY porn online.
People create their own porn in which desire is more important than
beauty, and reality is better than artifice. Porn becomes personal.
‘Show-n-Tell’ is the creator of Webaffairs, an artistic review of her
experiences in the world of webcam erotica. She started out as a
voyeur, but later on became a participant in this digital erotic world.
A world in which individual users performed their sexual desires in
front of the camera or in chats.
5. Incommunicado.05 Documentation
Documentation of the Incommunicado conference (June 15-17, 2005) has
recently been completed and includes audio and video files,
transcriptions, photos and reports, all available online. A book has
been produced at INC, including a CD-ROM with 12 hours of interviews
that were conducted during the event. This publication can be ordered
free of costs at INC. More information: info(at)networkcultures.org.
Incommunicado online archive De Balie (text & video):
Incommunicado Reader (downloadable as a PDF):
Interview with Sally Burch:
Interview with Beatriz Busaniche:
Interview with Enrique Chaparro:
Interview with Steve Cisler:
Interview with Muthoni Dorcas:
Interview with Anriette Esterhuysen:
Interview with Felipe Fonseca:
Interview with Michael Gurstein:
Interview with Ednah Karamagi:
Interview with Thomas Keenan:
Interview with Monica Narula:
Interview with Tracey Naughton:
Interview with Jan Nederveen Pieterse:
Interview with Sylvestre Ouedraogo:
Interview with Richard Rogers:
Interview with Ned Rossiter:
Interview with Shuddhabrata Sengupta:
Interview with Bernardo Sorj:
Interview with Ravi Sundaram:
Interview with Robert Verzola:
Incommunicado 05 was organised by the INC, Waag Society and Sarai, and
supported by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hivos and
6. INC Events Calendar summer/autumn 2006
August 25 & 26: Netporn Couch.club at Impakt (www.impakt.nl)
September – June: lectures Nieuwe Media in Nederland (in Dutch)
In collaboration with Amsterdam Creativity Exchange (www.acx.nu)
October 26: Databodies event at Paradiso and De Balie, Amsterdam
(www.paradiso.nl / www.debalie.nl)
November 16: Paradise by the Laptop Light at Paradiso, Amsterdam
November 17-18: MyCreativity at PostCS, Amsterdam
Institute of Network Cultures
Amsterdam New Media Research Centre
Voor diegene die het nog niet wisten: Bits of Freedom is gestopt!
Wie neemt neemt de vlag over?
Waag Society / for old and new media
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F: +31 20 557 98 80
You are cordially invited to join us at the opening of the exhibition
LAMBALL BAKRA - BASCHZ AND FRIENDS at showroom MAMA, Witte de
Withstraat 29-31 in Rotterdam on Friday, July 21st, 19.00-23.00.
MAMA has invited Baschz - http://www.baschz.com - as a guest curator.
Baschz is a multidisciplinairy artist, best known for his work in
Betamaxxx with Crackrock and rockrocking the streets. He has set up an
exhibition about himself and his creative compadres: Rob Looman,
Cosmic Crack and the powerBlast Movement, Auke Touwslager, Michiel
Jansen, and his current crew Tictoc.
Lamball Bakra is all about plans never carried out, sketches, pipe
dreams: all the things you usually have to do without. The title
Lamball Bakra refers to the idea that unfinished plans are a matter
of laziness. Wrong! Lack of time or money and perfectionism are at
least as important thresholds.
Reason for Auke Touwslager and Ursula Lavrencic to pick up that
never realised plan, give it a name and see where it le(a)ds us to.
MOBILE DISCO is an experimental and playful installation which
consists out of 5000(!) sensor leds. These leds are sold as mobile
phone gadgets and have been slightly altered while keeping to the
original idea and function.
The result, or better 'proof of concept' will finally premiere
coming friday as part of LAMBALL BAKRA. Please bring your mobile
MAMA, showroom for media and moving art
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Here is some news about internet censorship in India.
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1. India censors the web again (Kiran Jonnalagadda)
2. India censors the web again (hpp(a)vsnl.com)
3. Bearded Men and Blogs at Risk (Shuddhabrata Sengupta)
4. circumvent the ban (Pankaj kaushal)
5. UNSUBSCRIBE (subodh gupta)
6. Reluctant rulers (Yogi)
7. Re: A letter from mumbaikar (kaiwan mehta)
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:37:01 +0530
From: Kiran Jonnalagadda <jace(a)pobox.com>
Subject: [Reader-list] India censors the web again
To: reader Liste04 <reader-list(a)sarai.net>
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The Department of Telecommunications passed an order to ISPs Friday
to block several websites. The list is confidential. ISPs have been
slowly coming into compliance. SpectraNet, MTNL, Reliance, and as of
this afternoon, Airtel. BSNL and VSNL have not started yet but likely
The known list of blocked domains is *.blogspot.com, *.typepad.com
Yes folks, the government has decided to censor blogs and refused to
explain why. Shivam Vij managed to talk to Dr Gulshan Rai, director
of CERT-IN, the only body authorised to issue a blocking directive.
His response: "Somebody must have asked for some sites to be blocked.
What is your problem?"
I'm keeping a running log here:
If you find several sites suddenly inaccessible today, please call
your ISP and demand to know why. Another person is preparing to file
an RTI application with DoT. If you can help, please join the
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 04:07:09 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: [Reader-list] India censors the web again
To: jace(a)pobox.com, reader-list(a)sarai.net
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This is very alarming. A friend in the know told me that this must
have been initiated by ministry of communications and instructions
given by some bureaucratic, ignorant official, without any
interaction with ministry of IT. We should try to communicate with
Mr Karnik of NASSCOM for his effort to correct this absurdity.
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 10:37:48 +0530
From: Shuddhabrata Sengupta <shuddha(a)sarai.net>
Subject: [Reader-list] Bearded Men and Blogs at Risk
To: sarai list <reader-list(a)sarai.net>
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POST 7/11, GOVT TARGETS 'EXTREME' WEBSITES, BLOGGERS ON THE BLINK, says
the Indian Express.
Those on the Commons Law List will have seen this already, (where it
forwarded by Prashant Iyengar) as will those who read Indian Express.
Goes to show that the first responses of power in a moment of crisis
also inevitably the clumsiest ones possible.
Round up a few history sheeters, detain a man waiting to see a girl he
loves deplane just because he had hidden himself in a burqa so that he
could stand undetected by her chaperones. Send out eighteen crack
investigation teams to look for men with facial hair. A bad time for
bearded cross dressers.
Were I the foot soldier sometimes identified as a terrorist I would buy
gilette mach 3 and after shave in bulk, wear a baseball cap the wrong
way round, and cheerfully whistle my way through the next bombing. And
write innocous messages on postcards to my handlers, whosoever they
While the jackasses (patriotic hackers) of the outfit with the 'cool'
title of Computer Emergency Response Team (India), a less than well
known cabal in the ministry of telecommunications, cut a swathe through
blogs, leaving blocked sites in their wake.
So begins a morning in the information superpower.
POST 7/11, GOVT TARGETS 'EXTREME' WEBSITES, BLOGGERS ON THE BLINK
Source: The Indian Express
MUMBAI, NEW DELHI, JULY 17: The fast-growing community of online
bloggers has borne the brunt of the government's decision to block
some 20 websites in a post-Mumbai show of force. Some of the websites
that have been blocked are Dalitstan.org, Clickatell.com,
Hinduhumanrights.org and Hinduunity.com.
But the most harried Internet users were the bloggers, who couldn't
access Blogspot.com, Typepad.com or Geocities.com pages. Sources in
ISPs in Delhi as well as Mumbai confirmed that the one blog government
has asked them to block is Princesskimberly.blogspot.com.
It seems the order posed technical problems, resulting in a blanket
ban on all blogs. You cannot block a single page on blogspot.com,
which is why all of them are getting blocked, said Neha Viswanathan,
Regional Editor, South Asia, Globalvoicesonline.org from London.
The Indian order was issued on July 13, sources in the Ministry of
Telecom confirmed, though the Computer Emergency Response Team
(India), part of a global cyber-security network set up three years
ago, did not announce the bans officially.
Only sources in several ISPs such as Spectranet and Airtel confirmed
that they had received the site-blocking order. R Grewal, a
spokesperson for Spectranet confirmed: We received a list of over 20
websites to block from the Department of Telecom, and this
(Blogspot.com) was one of them.
Apparently, all the websites blocked are said to express 'extreme
MTNL officials said they were handed a 22-page document detailing the
sites to block a month ago. 'It came from the National Informatics
Centre (NIC). It was the first time that they had done something of
this nature,'' says RH Sharma, sub-divisional engineer for MTNL in
Government sources confirmed late in the evening that some websites
have been blocked based on police reports that they were fuelling
hatred. They denied that the Mumbai blasts had anything to do with
censorship and that security checks on the blocked sites were on since
before the terrorist attacks.
commons-law mailing list
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 11:58:40 +0530
From: Pankaj kaushal <penguinhead(a)linux-delhi.org>
Subject: [Reader-list] circumvent the ban
To: sarai list <reader-list(a)sarai.net>
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A Wiki has been setup by the fellow bloggers, please update and If
your ISP has banned the domains which have been in the talk recently,
here are the ways to bypass the ban.
You might also want to ask the govt. why the domains have been blocked?
You can do so using the RTI act, here is how.
Wir wollen dass ihr uns alles glaubt.
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 12:39:30 +0530
From: "subodh gupta" <khergupta(a)hotmail.com>
Subject: [Reader-list] UNSUBSCRIBE
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>Yogi, anant and zainab..
>if its really about providing solutions - there can be too many - if we
>really want to help: call up the people from society for prevention towards
>cruelty towards animals..which means keep the phone nos like these handy!!
>I try and keep tofees in my purse and give it to boys and girls who come
>begging..is it a solution? i don't know. Lot of people say don't give money
>to beggars - they'll waste in drinking. So? How come our spending of money
>on booze is 'lifestyle/luxury' and their drinking is 'not justified?' yes
>one can give a moral argument and say - begging is bad...but i don't even
>know how this person came to the city? maybe he was in debt in village,
>maybe coca cola sucked up all the water and no water was left in his
>village to till the soil, maybe the governemnt policy of reducing subsidy
>spoilt to buy seeds, no (urban) doctors wanting to work in the villages...
>irresponsible, insensitive, random
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Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 12:52:39 +0530
From: Yogi <machine(a)zerosofzeta.com>
Subject: [Reader-list] Reluctant rulers
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"They(Hindus) were happy under Muslim rule for centuries. It is the
British policy of divide and rule that made Hindus raise their head.
Now that the white regime is over, the traditional Hindu-Muslim
equation must be returned."
Do opinions of Mr Mirza expressed below represent those of most
Muslims in India?
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:33:50 +0530
From: "kaiwan mehta" <kaiwanmehta(a)gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Reader-list] A letter from mumbaikar
To: "Aaditya Dar" <aadityadar(a)gmail.com>
Cc: "reader-list(a)sarai.net" <reader-list(a)sarai.net>,
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This is the second time I have received this highly 'spirited' and
The other version of this letter conviniently assumes that the terrorist
essentially sits in Afghanistan, Pakistan or Iraq.
The front page of Indian Express, on 14 July, 2006... has a story on
Courts in India doubted that the Blasts at the RSS head quarters and
city in Maharashtra were doctored from 'within'.
And about the 'spirit of mumbai' the 'spirit' has now reached nauseating
levels!! One day all of us will die in the assumed/presumed garb of
of the city.... and what will be left is only 'spirit'..... yes read the
Times of India, Times Review page in the Sunday 16 July, 2006 edition.
Accept the fact... the city was jostled... the city was literally out of
steam at least for two days after the blast.
Where does our spirit go when tonnes of families and kids are thrown
homeless brutally when the slums were demolished in Bombay/Mumbai
Where does ourr spirit go when people are thrown homeless, landless and
jobless when they are evacuated for Dam constructions?
Was my spirit sleeping when farmers are commiting suicides?
Maybe I never had a spirit till the media gave me one, a week ago!!
On 7/16/06, Aaditya Dar <aadityadar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> just wanted to share this mail forward i got:
> We don't know whether you are Hindu / Muslim / Christian / Indian /
> pakistani/ Afghanistani / Iraqi / American or from any part of the
> only name we can give you is terrorist.
> Even if you are not reading this we don't care. Time and again you
> tried to
> disturb us and disrupt our life - killing innocent civilians by
> bombs in trains, buses and cars. You have tried hard to bring death and
> destruction, cause panic and fear and create communal disharmony but
> everytime you were disgustingly unsuccessful. Do you know how we pass
> life in Mumbai? How much it takes for us to earn that single rupee? If
> wanted to give us a shock then we are sorry to say that you failed
> miserably in your ulterior motives. Better look elsewere, not here.
> We are not Hindus and Muslims or Gujaratis and Marathis or Punjabis and
> Bengaliies. Nor do we distinguish ourselves as owners or workers, govt.
> employees or private employees. WE ARE MUMBAIKERS (Bombay-ites, if you
> like). We will not allow you to disrupt our life like this. On the last
> occassions when you struck (including the 7 deadly blasts in a single
> killing over 250 people and injuring 500+ in 1993), we went to work
> day in full strength. This time we cleared everything within a few
> and were back to normal - the vendors placing their next order,
> finalizing the next deals and the office workers rushing to catch the
> train. (Yes the same train you targetted)
> Fathom this: Within 3 hours of the blasts, long queues of blood
> volunteers were seen outside various hospital, where most of the
> were admitted. By 12 midnight, the hospital had to issue a notification
> that blood banks were full and they didn't require any more blood. The
> day, attendance at schools and office was close to 100%, trains & buses
> were packed to the brim, the crowds were back.
> The city has simply dusted itself off and moved one - perhaps with
> We are Mumbaikers and we live like brothers in times like this. So, do
> dare to threaten us with your crackers. The spirit of Mumbai is very
> and can not be harmed.
> Please forward this to others. U never know, by chance it may come to
> of a terrorist & He / She can then read this message which is specially
> meant for him / her !!!
> With Love,
> From the people of Mumbai (Bombay)
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Netherlands | 169
Palestinian Territory | 159
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Canada | 28
France | 7
Saudi Arabia | 4
Turkey | 4
Germany | 3
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Denmark | 2
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Daan Roosegaarde has an opening tomorrow of a new sculpture called
Liquid 2.0, an interactive cocoon which reacts to the sounds and motion
of its users. This installation is part of my investigation into a kind
of adaptive architecture which is able to correspond directly with its
visiting public. Liquid 2.0 will be exhibited at the media institute
Montevideo in the citycenter of Amsterdam. At the same time the
installation '4D-Pixel' will be exhibited in the Melkweg in Amsterdam.
Opening 7th of July at 17.00, Keizersgracht 264 in Amsterdam.
even beetje reclame maken voor onze studenten:
donderdagavond is er in het ketelhuis (westergasterrein) de golden dot
een prijs voor beste studentenprojecten van hva interactieve media.
entree is gratis onder vertoon van flyer (kan ik je mailen)
anders tot vrijdag,
Hij is er weer! Onze jaarlijkse awardshow waarin we jullie de beste IAM
projecten van het afgelopen jaar presenteren.
Op 6 juli worden jullie vanaf half acht 's avonds verwacht in het
prachtige pand van bioscoop het Ketelhuis (www.ketelhuis.nl
<http://www.ketelhuis.nl>) op het Westergasfabriek-terrein in Amsterdam
waar hostess Inez de honeurs waarneemt, er prachtige prijzen te winnen
zijn voor de genomineerden en er gedanst mag worden! Een avond om niet
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Let op! Neem wel de flyer die vanaf volgende week verspreid zal worden
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Volgende week lanceren we ook de officiële Golden Dot site; meer
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