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Various Authors - Artists Re:Thinking The Blockchain

The blockchain is widely heralded as the new internet – another dimension in an ever-faster, ever-more-powerful interlocking of ideas, actions and values. Principally the blockchain is a ledger distributed across a large array of machines that enables digital ownership and exchange without a central administering body. Within the arts it has profound implications as both a means of organising and distributing material, and as a new subject and medium for artistic exploration. This landmark publication brings together a diverse array of artists and researchers engaged with the blockchain, unpacking, critiquing and marking the arrival of it on the cultural landscape for a broad readership across the arts and humanities.

Table of Contents:

Preface by Nathan Jones and Sam Skinner
Introduction by Ruth Catlow

FinBook: Literary content as digital commodity Rory Gianni⍏, Hadi Merpouya*, Dave Murray-Rust⍏, Bettina Nissen⍏, Shaune Oosthuizen⍏, Chris Speed⍏, Kate Symons**
Text as Market – Ami Clarke
Plantoid – Primavera De Filippi
Terra0 – Paul Seidler, Paul Kolling, and Max Hampshire
Critical mining: blockchain and bitcoin in contemporary art  – Martín Nadal & César Escudero Andaluz
The Blockchain: Change everything forever – Peter Gomes
Satoshi Oath – Jaya Klara Brekke and Elias Haase
01.01.20 – Kimberley ter Heerdt & Nikki Loef
Role Play Your Way to Budgetary Blockchain Bliss – Pablo Velasco
A Shared Timeline – PWR Studio
Gamer Case Images – Simon Denny

Flying Under A Neutral Flag – Cecilia Wee
History of Political Operating Systems > Interview with Dr. L. Godord – Elli Kuruş
All That Happened – Surfatial
Bad Shibe – Rob Myers and Lina Theodorou
Defixio Nervorum – Theodoros Chiotis
How to Surf – Juhee Hahm

If You Don’t Have Bread, Eat Art!: Contemporary Art and Derivative Fascisms – Hito Steyerl
Blockchain Poetics – Rob Myers
Love on the Block – Max Dovey
Collections management on the blockchain: A return to the principles of the museum – Helen Kaplinsky
Artists Rights in the Era of the Distributed Ledger – Mark Waugh
Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About the Blockchain* (*But Were Afraid to Ask Mel Ramsden) – Martin Zeilinger
Does digital culture want to be free? How blockchains are transforming the economy of cultural goods – Rachel O’Dwyer
Aphantasia – blockchain as medium for art – Bjørn Magnhildøen, Noemata
Interview with Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst Marc Garrett

Paperback, 344 Pages
7 B&W photo/halftones and 79 colour illustrations.
Published September 11, 2017


Publisher: Liverpool University Press / ISBN: 9780993248740
Medium: Book


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