A Lunch Bytes Anthology
Melanie Buhler (Ed.)
No Internet, No Art opens up a discussion of the Internet’s effects on aesthetics, culture and artistic practice. Derived mainly from Lunch Bytes, the ongoing Washington, DC, series of events examining art and digital culture, this anthology draws from an extended network of curators, artists and experts. Prefaced by 14 interviews contextualizing important concepts and key statements on artistic practices and artworks, several themes are discussed by over 40 contributors exploring digital aesthetics, defining and curating Internet-related art, labor and work in digital societies, surveillance apparatuses, art-related Internet activism and what it currently means to be “social.” Featured authors include Kari Altmann, Natalie Bookchin, Andreas Broeckmann, Kenneth Goldsmith, Monica Lam, Nova Nicolas, Christiane Paul, Jon Rafman, Cornelia Sollfrank, Ben Vickers and Bernadette Wegenstein, among many more.
6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches / 416 pp / 106 b&w and 82 color
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