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Re: <nettime> Request to Nettime to be part of DISTRIBUTED CREATIVITY
Alan Sondheim on Fri, 26 Sep 2003 10:58:15 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> Request to Nettime to be part of DISTRIBUTED CREATIVITY


This does raise interesting questions, not only about online community and
the problematic construct of nettime as community - but also about the
structure of nettime and its adaptability - if this were an augment to the
list and not the 'theme' for five-plus weeks, I don't see why not. Nettime
is relatively predictable at this point (including of course the Unstable
Digest); something like this mike extend or expand the contributors and
membership.

I do wonder about the possibility of further discussion on the nature etc.
of collaboration - which often plays itself out - but this brings up the
possibility of thinking about such issues as cultural capital, hegemony,
political production, and so forth.

Even nettime's initial issue - that of problematic community - is
something that this brings up at the least -

Alan


On Thu, 25 Sep 2003, Beth R. wrote:

> I'm writing to you from Eyebeam, NYC's not-for-profit art and technology

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