Network Culture Course

The purpose of this seminar is to come to an advanced historical understanding of our networked age. We will explore how the network is not merely a technology with social ramifications but rather serves as a cultural dominant connecting changes in society, economy, aesthetics, urbanism, and ideology. As a history of the contemporary, the seminar is organized around a series of topics tracing a genealogy of present-day culture.

The Architecture of Interfaces

For its inaugural semester, the Network Architecture Lab ( set out to revisit a critical moment in the relationship between architecture and computation while pioneering new media prototypes for future NetLab communications.

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