Eric Kluitenberg (Netherlands)

  Eric Kluitenberg is a theorist, writer, and organiser on culture and technology. He is currently based at De Balie - Centre for Culture and Politics in Amsterdam, and teaches a course on "Culture and New Media" at the University of Amsterdam. He taught media theory for the post-graduate education programs in art & design and new media at Media-GN and Academy Minerva in Groningen, The Netherlands, and worked on the scientific staff of the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. He has lectured and published extensively on culture, new media, and cultural politics throughout Europe. Since 1988 he has been involved as an organiser in important media culture events such as the Second International Symposium on Electronic Art (SISEA), Interstanding I, II, & III (Tallinn, Estonia), The P2P - New Media Culture in Europe conference (Amsterdam / Rotterdam), the third Next 5 Minutes conference on tactical media, and recently "Tulipomania DotCom - A Critique of the New Economy", and "net.congestion - International Festival of Streaming Media".


* Media without an Audience (2000)
* Smash the Surface / Break Open the Box / Disrupt the Code (2000)
* The Politics of Cultural Memory (1999)
* Frequently Asked Questions about the Public Domain (1998)
* Connectivity, New Freedom, New Marginality (1998)

* net.congestion - International Festival of Streaming Media
* Tulipomania DotCom - A Critique of the New Economy
* We Want Bandwidth Campaign (Hybrid Workspace, documenta X)
* Some Remarks on the Question of Bandwidth
* Bandwidth and Content
* Next 5 Minutes
* Towards a New Media Culture in Europe - From Practice to Policy

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