As ever Mute articles are free-to-air on Metamute, with a few older gems
coming online as we uncover them.

*Mute Magazine Print Archive* – http://metamute.org/archive

Mute magazine ISSN 1356-7748

#mutearchive

The Mute magazine print archive has its first release for sale as an
original, limited edition set of all fifty-one issues of the print versions
of the magazine, covering twenty years of publishing from 1994 to 2014.

The Mute magazine print archive comes as a twenty kilo
professional-standard archive box. All copies are in pristine condition,
and the box contains a full inventory from Mute Publishing.

This is the first time the full Mute magazine print archive has been made
available for sale; the set therefore includes two issues that were
heretofore unavailable and have been reprinted in full (Mute Vol 1, No. 9,
Sept 1997 and Mute Vol 1, No. 29 − The Precarious Issue, Feb 2005).

The Mute magazine print archive offer is being limited to one hundred and
ten sets, on account of the costs of production of these new issues, and
the ability to make full sets from other remaining issues.

Price £1600 (VAT exempt), plus courier shipping and carriage insurance, (UK
and Germany £88, Rest of Europe £139, Rest of World £239).

Please order online here using the PayPal links http://metamute.org/archive
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Since its launch in 1994, Mute has acted as a platform for independent,
critical analysis of the cultural and political impact of the Internet and
networked capitalism. Marked by irreverence, a certain intellectual rigour,
and design innovation and play, the magazine provided an idiosyncratic home
to an expanding community of individuals and collectives with a deep-seated
scepticism of the promise of new technologies, and a desire to undo the
capitalist status quo. These artists, poets, activists, technologists and
scholars were also known as cyberfeminists, unlibrarians, hackers, free
university organisers and critical cartographers – and developed between
them a uniquely fertile discourse which respected no disciplinary
boundaries.

Having started as an art and technology newspaper, Mute grew, explored and
roamed editorially, attracting new friends and collaborators, and forging
new editorial ground. Over two decades of epochal social and technological
change, Mute focused on the tropes of the time — precarity, gentrification,
credit and crisis, surveillance, immaterial labour, hacktivism, the global
slums, to name a few of its themes.

In 2014, twenty years after its launch in November 1994, Mute became a
voluntary editorial collective: it continues to publish an online magazine
and periodically releases titles under the Mute Books imprint.
The Mute magazine archive will, over time, be contextualised by a number of
personal introductions, sister projects and collaborations.

*Mute Magazine Issues* (ISSN 1356-7748)

NB: all issues are available online to read and can be linked to from the
archive webpage http://metamute.org/archive

1. Mute Vol 1, No. 0 − Can Art Survive the 20th Century? Nov 1994
2. Mute Vol 1, No. 1 − Homo Ludens, May 1995
3. Mute Vol 1, No. 2 − The Chocolate Covered Highway, Jun 1995
4. Mute Vol 1, No. 3 − CODE, Sept 1995
5. Mute Vol 1, No. 4 − Analogue City, Dec 1995
6. Mute Vol 1, No. 5, Jun 1996
7. Mute Vol 1, No. 6, Sept 1996
8. Mute Vol 1, No. 7, Nov 1996
9. Mute Vol 1, No. 8 – Cyberfeminism, Aug 1997, (second edition)
10. Mute Vol 1, No. 9, Sept 1997
11. Mute Vol 1, No.10 – Mongrel Culture, Apr 1998
12. Mute Vol 1, No. 11 – Vote Now! Net. Sex, Net. Money, Net. Work, Aug 1998
13. Mute Vol 1, No. 12 – Bringing It All Back Home, Jan 1999
14. Mute Vol 1, No. 13 – Next Five Minutes: Tactical Media, Jun 1999
15. Mute Vol 1, No. 14 – Space: Intergalactic Overdrive, Sept 1999
16. Mute Vol 1, No. 15 – Y2K Positive: Bring Your Own Media, Jan 2000
17. Mute Vol 1, No. 16 – Art Wars, May 2000
18. Mute Vol 1, No. 17 – Europe Undone, Jun 2000
19. Mute Vol 1, No. 18 – I Am The Network, Nov 2000
20. Mute Vol 1, No. 19 – Global Systems Meltdown, Apr 2001
21. Mute Vol 1, No. 20 – Digital Commons? Jul 2001
22. Mute Vol 1, No. 21 – Total Paranoia, Sept 2001. Inserts: Surveillance
and Privacy Map, ISBN 978-1-906496-60-9. Fall Out audio CD
23. Mute Vol 1, No. 22 – The Art Issue, Dec 2001. Insert: CD-ROM Untitled
Game by JODI
24. Mute Vol 1, No. 23 – Info-War V.2.0, Apr 2002
25. Mute Vol 1, No. 24 – Beach or Border? May 2002
26. Mute Vol 1, No. 25 − (Winter/Spring 2003), Nov 2002
27. Mute Vol 1, No. 26 − (Summer/Autumn 2003), Jun 2003
28. Mute Vol 1, No. 27 − (Winter/Spring 2004), Nov 2003
29. Mute Vol 1, No. 28 − (Summer/Autumn 2004), Jun 2004. Insert: INCT/t0
booklet
30. Mute Vol 1, No. 29 − The Precarious Issue, Feb 2005, (second edition)
31. Mute Vol 2, No. 0 − Precarious Reader, Sept 2005
32. Mute Vol 2, No. 1 − Underneath The Knowledge Commons, Dec 2005
33. Mute Vol 2, No. 2 − Dis-Integrating Multiculturalism, Jun 2006
34. Mute Vol 2, No. 3 − Naked Cities: Struggle in the Global Slums, Oct 2006
35. Mute Vol 2, No. 4 − Web 2.0 Man's Best Friendster, Jan 2007
36. Mute Vol 2, No. 5 − It's Not Easy being Green: The Climate Change
Issue, Apr 2007
37. Mute Vol 2, No. 6 − Living In A Bubble: Credit, Debt & Crisis, Sept 2007
38. Mute Vol 2, No. 7 − Show Invisibles? Migration/Data/Work, Jan 2008
39. Mute Vol 2, No. 8 − Zero Critical Content/No Added Aesthetics, Apr 2008
40. Mute Vol 2, No. 9 − Your Five A Day, Jul 2008
41. Mute Vol 2, No. 10 − We Don't Need Another Hero, Oct 2008
42. Mute Vol 2, No. 11 − Exhuming The Human, Mar 2009
43. Mute Vol 2, No. 12 − The Creative City in Ruins, Jun 2009
44. Mute Vol 2, No. 13 − Out of Time, Sept 2009
45. Mute Vol 2, No. 14 − Disorder/Colony/Collapse, Dec 2009
46. Mute Vol 2, No. 15 − Grey Goo Grimoire Apr 2010
47. Mute Vol 2, No. 16 − Real Life Training, Jun 2010
48. Mute Vol. 3, No. 1 − Double Negative Feedback, Jun 2011
49. Mute Vol. 3, No. 2 − Politics my Arse, Feb 2012
50. Mute Vol. 3, No. 3 − Becoming Impersonal, Aug 2012
51. Mute Vol. 3, No. 4 − Slave to the Algorithm, Apr 2013

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