Subject

Description

Michael Dieter & Geert Lovink's "Theses on Making in the Digital Age" combines an anti-capitalist ethos with the prototypical and protocological dimensions of maker culture. Dieter & Lovink focus on production rather than political negativity here, asking technophiles and political activists alike to error on the side of making rather than destruction.

Creator

Michael Dieter & Geert Lovink

Source

http://conceptlab.com/criticalmaking/PDFs/CriticalMaking2012Hertz-Manifestos-pp15to20-DieterLovink-ThesesOnMaking.pdf

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None

Date

Language

EN

Collections

Critical Making

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Digital Humanities

Tags

The Digital Humanities, Critical Making