DOCUMNT2

2.1 — Irena Hollowell
2.2 — Johannes Wilke
2.3 — Hanne Lippard
2.4 — Ella Coon
2.5 — aaaaarg.fail
2.6 — Hito Steyerl
2.7 — Renata Adler
2.8 — Grischa Lichtenberger
2.9 — Nico Jungel
      — burgund t brandt
2.10 — Daniel Temkin
2.11 — Anna Erdmann
2.12 — Anja Kaiser
2.13 — Experimental Jetset
2.14 — Jake Reber
2.15 — Ewa Wójtowicz
        — Inside Job
2.16 — Sarah Newman
        — Jessica Yurkofsky
        — Rachel Kalmar
2.17 — Malin Gewinner
        — Matt Arnold
2.18 — Lynne Huffer
2.19 — Mark Lecky
2.20 — Bios


DOCUMNT1 (PDF, DOC)

1.1 — Documnt wants to be free
1.2 — Mirjam Kroker
1.3 — Simon Roloff
1.4 — Diana Ludzay
1.5 — Joeun Aatchim
1.6 — Karl Holmqvist
      — Karl Holmqvist
1.7 — Lars TCF Holdhus
1.8 — N. Katherine Hayles
1.9 — Bisera Krckovska
1.10 — Hervé All
1.11 — Jacques Rancière
1.12 — Steve Rosenthal
1.13 — Adrien Da Silva
1.14 — Tinna Siradze
1.15 — Kurt Eidsvig
1.16 — Katarina Henriksson
1.17 — Wisława Szymborska
1.18 — Bryony Gillard
1.19 — R. Prost


1.1

DOCUMNT WANTS TO BE FREE
How embedding google drive docs on documnt.net is political


People are coming up with new ways of organizing texts, art, sounds — life — through digital files. So a new layer of social writing and spatial practice — clicks, keystrokes, folders — has more material to navigate. The overload of Internet information can feel like a flood, but is also a house: boxes packed with documents that might eventually be found, if they don’t go underwater. DJs have to do this. The art and architecture of digital documentation turns us into librarians, socializing »on the balcony«. So, following the artist’s book, what is the artist’s document? Or, the art-archive in its age of digital reproduction—. "We" are encouraging a method of doing things with digital objects, toward collective memory, outside of profit motive, a praxis of art and storage based on collective ownership and use. For a place in computer memory, data is named: a new poetics. 1 0 »It looks like a city,« Björk says, prying open a TV. With its own constellation of sites and place-names guiding traffic, the poetics of virtual 01 space is politics while we live — really live — in its rooms.