Dear Felix, Olia, Susanne and all, Thanks for your thoughtful responses. Picking up on Susanne Gerbers last point: > Is it not possible, that digital culture, or at least parts of it, in > the meantime has switched sides and belongs already more to the TTIP > creators? Then we have to rethink
On 10.10.2015 00:48, Kristoffer Gansing wrote: But as I hinted at in the beginning, part of the problem is that we are always busy somewhere else. This might be both the biggest asset and curse of media art and digital culture : that it is always moving on. The next place, the next site, the
On 2015-10-10 00:48, Kristoffer Gansing wrote: > I am just curious to see what kind of response it will evoke! > Especially I am curious if the nettime community has anything to say > about the supposed fear of dealing with TTIP within digital art and > culture, well knowing of course that
Dear old nettimers, I am not a particularly regular contributor here, but as long time lurker, occasional event announcer and artistic director of transmediale in Berlin, I would like to share with you a short statement that I prepared for my presentation at the Werkleitz Festival 2015 ".move ON"