the fibreculture journal

The journal encourages critical and speculative interventions in discussions concerning a wide range of topics of interest. These include the social and cultural contexts, philosophy and politics of contemporary media technologies and events. We have a special emphasis on the ongoing social, technical and conceptual transitions involved. More specific topics of interest might include:
  • - informational logics and codes
  • - the possibilities of socio-technical invention and sustainability
  • - the transdiscplinary impacts of new media technologies and events in fields such as education, the biosciences, publishing or knowledge management
  • - information and creative industries, media innovation, and their critique :: national and international strategies for innovation, research and development
  • - contemporary media arts :: new forms of collaborative constitution made possible by contemporary media
  • - software and hardware develops in relation to the social :: networks :: media change, convergence and divergence
  • - the use of contemporary media in socio-technical interventions


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