I was lucky enough to go to a talk with Ricardo Dominguez last week and I am still thinking about it, about his commitment to the Web as a public space, about the legacy of Critical Art Ensemble, about how long he has been in the field, about how much of what he and Electronic Disturbance Theater pioneered that has become part of the common language of technopolitics, about his insistence on aesthetic discourse even though all his work is political, about the value of not being anonymous/Anonymous online, about making the FBI engage in conversations about poetry.
Here are the readings that were distributed before the talk, for your own edification!
Sustenance: A Play for All Trans [ ] Borders, Electronic Disturbance Theater/b.a.n.g. lab
“Digital Zapatistas,” Jill Lane
“Border Hacks: Electronic Civil Disobedience and the Politics of Immigration,” Rita Raley, from her book Tactical Media

I was lucky enough to go to a talk with Ricardo Dominguez last week and I am still thinking about it, about his commitment to the Web as a public space, about the legacy of Critical Art Ensemble, about how long he has been in the field, about how much of what he and Electronic Disturbance Theater pioneered that has become part of the common language of technopolitics, about his insistence on aesthetic discourse even though all his work is political, about the value of not being anonymous/Anonymous online, about making the FBI engage in conversations about poetry.

Here are the readings that were distributed before the talk, for your own edification!