[spectre] Dispatches from Ukraine: Tactical Media Reflflections and Responses
heathbunting at irational.org
Fri Jul 15 16:21:35 CEST 2022
who are the funders of this project (any non-aligned countries) ?
are ukrainian citizens (not 'shocked' but liberated) from the donbas
region including in this project ?
is this publication available to russian speaking ukrainian citizens or
is the russian language banned in his publication as-well as in ukraine ?
On Fri, 15 Jul 2022, Geert Lovink wrote:
> Theory on Demand #44
> Dispatches from Ukraine:
> Tactical Media Reflections and Responses
> edited by Maria van der Togt and 11111 &23%#719
> This publication marks the first results of the Tactical Media Room Ukraine project, launched in
> February 2022 in Amsterdam after the shocking Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Tactical Media
> Room is a network of activists, journalists, scholars, and artists linked by the exchange of ideas
> and practices—all aimed at supporting Ukrainian media and confronting Russian state propaganda.
> Together, the network of experts initiated a screening and a series of meetings that took place
> mainly in Amsterdam. Based on these meetings, Dispatches from Ukraine: Tactical Media Reflections and
> Responses showcases initiatives, critique, and essays that provide insights into the ways information
> circulates in time of war.
> This edition also aims at overcoming the Eurocentric approach through inviting Ukrainian journalists,
> artists, and thinkers to share their observations and personal experience of living through war in
> the digital age. It allows the collected reflections to be grounded and situated within the certain
> context of Ukrainian, Belarusian and Russian long-lasting conflicts. While on the one hand,
> perspectives on info-war and the array of urgents matters at a distance are presented, on the other
> hand, this publication also focuses on what is missing from outside of the war-zones.
> Elmaz Asan, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Andrii Dostliev, Lia Dostlieva, Olexii Kuchanskyi, Karyna Lazaruk,
> Geert Lovink, Lera Malchenko, Svitlana Matviyenko, Maria Plichta, Ellen Rutten, Sander Steffann, Marc
> Tuters, Michał ‘rysiek’ Woźniak.
> Printed on Demand ISBN: 978-94-92302-86-1
> Institute of Network Cultures
> Email: info at networkcultures.org
> Web: http://www.networkcultures.org
> Order a copy or download this publication free of charge at http://networkcultures.org/publications.
> This publication is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- NoDerivatives 4.0
> Order a print copy HERE
> Download the .pdf HERE
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