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Meme Reading List by Harley Aussoleil
Harley Aussoleil of COVEN Berlin looks back on the topic of memes, proposing a reading list that encompasses some of the important themes covered in the “Complainers and Killjoys: Criticizing the Art World through Memes” workshop as well as “Media Culture A-Z: Memes”.
Medienkultur A-Z: Memes
For this edition of Medienkultur A-Z we are doing a deep-dive into the world of memes with meme-researcher Idil Galip who will be joined by Harley Aussoleil and Lorena Juan from queer art collective, COVEN BERLIN.
NFTs – an Insight into the Deep, Open, Murky Seas
NFTs are hailed by some as the future of the art world, but in what way are they really changing the existing system? Guest post by artist and computer scientist Julia Schicker.
Search for digital Easter eggs
Discover secret functions of software on the Internet, in the operating system, and on your mobile phone. Have fun – and happy Easter!
On the Relationship Between Post-Internet Art and Fashion Design practice
January 2019, Viktor & Rolf presented their Haute Couture collection in Paris and created a social media frenzy. The memefied collection titled Fashion Statements proposed voluminous dresses stating: “I am my own muse”, “Is fashion overrated?”, “What is your position on climate change?”, “Give a damn”; ready for online circulation. The dresses went viral on social media, shared widely across every fashion and meme-raker’s Instagram accounts.
Touch-Gloves
You cannot operate your smartphone with gloves on? Update your gloves! With a small embroidery with conductive thread you can restore the connection between your finger and your phone.
Going off the grid instantly
With this self made mobile phone pouch you can disappear from the grid instantly without touching a button.
Beloved little animations
GIF animations were the first moving images on the internet. With social media, they became part of the cultural life on the internet.