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Technofeminism Research, Publication

href zine xyber*feminism issue compiles diverse personal and artistic perspectives on techno-feminisms, technologically performed genders and an unjust nature.

The internet is being explored as cyborgs' habitat and traces of the cyberfeminist utopias are being researched. How do the internet and the techno-feminisms influence each other and how are these being manifested again today?

This issue curates various approaches to feminist research and art practices and includes as well its own xyber*feminist manifesto.

With contributions by Olivia Duke, Rachel Denti, Samantha Harvey, Jayson Edward Carter, Lotte Agger, Sofia Crespo, Anisha Jay, Aetheric Heart, Nikoloz Kapanadze, Digital Ruins

Co-edited with Lukas Stöver

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Hochschulpreis Digitale Medien #1, 2019


Hochschultage 2019

University of the Arts
09.02. - 10.02.2019
Bremen, Germany

http://cyfem - une exposition autour du cyberféminisme

Centrifugeuse Concerts-Spectacles
21.01. - 25.01.2019
Pau, France

Utopia Outnow! Kick-off event

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Bremen, Germany

Participation in Archives

The Neural Archive, 2019
Archived by Cristina Piga, Chiara Ciociola and Alessandro Ludovico

Grrrls Zine Library, 2018
Archived by Lu Williams

Thanks to

Conceptual support by Prof. Asli Serbest and Prof. Dr. Andrea Sick

Project developed at the Digital Media Bremen program


A Cyborg Manifesto, Donna Haraway: 1985

Xenofeminism. A Politics for Alienation, Laboria Kubonics: 2015

dea ex machina, Armen Avanessian and Helen Hester: 2015

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