Diaphanes 8 / 9 Winter 2019 2020 Authenticity and Feedback

One Hundred Thousand Words in Search for an Author

ISBN13/Barcode: 9783035802702
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DIAPHANES 8/9 asks about the peculiar loops of reproduced present, the integral of circular ego effects, the other side of the social Möbius band.


The self nothing but an echo? An effect without cause? Man a message, an autoreply in the jargon of social memes? Who or what masses the baking channel so striking self-similar and as by invisible hand?


Tom McCarthy advocates for the inauthentic, for an ethics without a subject. Shengze Zhu tells about intimacy and loneliness in China's live streaming communities, and Zoran Terzić asks about strategies against the generalization of man through generic reason. Christopher Meerdo hands over Bin Laden's digital image archive to Artificial Intelligence. Mohamed Almusibli dives into the deep gulf of origin and destiny. Kai van Eikels has his Eribon moment. AL Kennedy tells you what a writer can do, Marlene Streeruwitz does not build think tanks, but does research. NNGathers diffuse scripts behind a hash function.


This double booklet receives fake signals, seeks the bright whistling of analogue resonances, couples one with the other, and flips on the authoring function.


With further contributions from Maslowski / Grenzhaeuser, Felix Stalder, Claire Fontaine, Barbara Basting, AK Kaiza, Jasmila Žbanić, Michael F. Zimmermann, Michael Müller, Neville Rowley, Lubna Abu Kheir.


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Binding Magazine
Pages 164
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Date Published 5 Dec 2019
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ISBN13/Barcode 9783035802702
ISBN10 303580270X
Publisher Diaphanes Editions

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