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Mute - Issue 04 - ANALOGUE CITY

Author
Pauline van Mourik Broekman and Simon Worthington
Publisher / Label
Skycraper Digital Publishing
Country
UK
Language
English
Publication year
1996
Type of publication
Magazines
Number of pages
24

Index

COMPUTERS
AS DRUGS
Hari Kunzru

Not antithetical spheres altogether, drugs 
and computers are increasingly being associ-
ated with one another. What came of the 
consensual hallucination? And what came of 
the Acid Dream? Hari Kunzru on the birth 
of the computational sublime.

Page 3

Skin Tights:  Alexa Wright’s work has long 
focused on the body’s limits. Her photographic 
series “Precious” cuts to the bone. Margot 
Leigh Butler is turned inside out.

Page 7

Data Trash: The Canadian theorist 
Arthur Kroker has recently completed a book 
on the virtual class. Geert Lovink interviews 
him about neo-liberalism, hacking the media 
and what he really thinks about computers.

Page 6

(f)e-mail from a brood: US
interactive gossip from Celia Pearce. Tales of
Comdex, Las Vegas, LAwNMowR, 
Supercomputing95 in San Diego and more

Page 5

Daniel Bobroff: Interviewed by 
Pauline van Mourik Broekman about the 
future of interactive leisure software (aka 
GAMES, sometimes....). MicroTimeMedia sees 
the media pyramid upside down.

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ANALOGUE
CITY

Stream
10

Gregory Green
8

Cabbagehead
9

Alan Dunning
11

News     4
Analogue city    8
Comment     16
Publishing    18
Music     20
Games     22

Simon 
Tyszko
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