Auteur: Subrosa Project
Titel: Domain errors
Sub titel: Cyberfeminist Practices
This is a fine collection of essays, critique, and other writing-without-categories focussed around the political intersections of feminism and technology, with a distinctly (at times) confrontational tone. Here's a micro-sample of what they're doing with this book (and this is from "Refugia! Manifesto for Becoming Autonomous Zones", a two-page itemized rant that wraps up the end of the book like a high-potency frosting): "Refugia: Neither a utopia nor a dystopia, but a haunted space for reverse engineering, monstrous graftings, spontaneous generation, recombination, difference, poly-versity hybridization, wildlings, mutations, mongrelizing, crop circles, anomalies, useless beauty, coalitions, agit-crops, and unseemly sproutings. Biotech and transgenic work in Refugia will be based on desire, consensual public risk assessment, informed amateur experimentation, contestational politics, nourishment and taste value, non-proprietary expertise, convivial delight, and healing."
2003, 288 pag., Euro 21,92
Autonomedia, New York, ISBN 1570271410
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