Communication Art: The End of Humanism or Beginning of Anti-Humanism? Or Not Yet?

“Communication Art: The End of Humanism or Beginning of Anti-Humanism? Or Not Yet?”

First published in art magazine FF, no. 1 (1998).

Also published in Nettime mailing list, February 19, 1998.

Reprinted in Acoustic Space 1, no. 1 (1998): 46-47.

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Nettime is an internet mailing list that was first proposed in 1995 by Geert Lovink and Pit Schultz at the second meeting of the "Medien Zentral Kommittee" during the Venice Biennale. Currently its editors are Ted Byfield and Felix Stalder.

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The Acoustic Space journal was initially founded in 1998 by E-Lab/RIXC (Riga) for new media art, network culture, and creative explorations within digitally networked environments and electro-acoustic spaces.
Since 2007 Acoustic Space is published as a peer-reviewed international journal for transdisciplinary research on art, science, technology and society. It is published by Riga’s Center for New Media Culture RIXC in collaboration with Art Research Laboratory of Liepaja University.

Learn more about the journal Acoustic Space on its website.