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Random Darknet Shopper By Jon Lackman
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Jon Lackman, art historian and writer, tells the story of RDS, Random Darknet Shopper, a bot created by the Swiss artists Carmen Weisskopf and Domagoj Smoljo, known as !Mediengruppe Bitnik. RDS is a... More > piece of software that can operate nearly autonomously, blindly selecting an item costing less than $100 from an online black market, then paying for it from its own Bitcoin account, and having the item shipped to the address of the gallery or museum in which RDS resides at the moment. Its story began in September 2014, in an art gallery in St. Gallen, Switzerland, when it first bought a “Fire brigade master-keys set”. Since then it has bought many illegal items, such as counterfeit brand clothes, drugs, passport scans or credit card numbers. The shopping has been exhibited in the gallery and some paradoxical problems were raised when the police sequestered the Ecstasy pills. Is it illegal for a bot to randomly buy illegal items? And what happens when a vendor knows what (or who) RDS is?< Less
Random Darknet Shopper By Jon Lackman
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Jon Lackman, art historian and writer, tells the story of RDS, Random Darknet Shopper, a bot created by the Swiss artists Carmen Weisskopf and Domagoj Smoljo, known as !Mediengruppe Bitnik. RDS is a... More > piece of software that can operate nearly autonomously, blindly selecting an item costing less than $100 from an online black market, then paying for it from its own Bitcoin account, and having the item shipped to the address of the gallery or museum in which RDS resides at the moment. Its story began in September 2014, in an art gallery in St. Gallen, Switzerland, when it first bought a “Fire brigade master-keys set”. Since then it has bought many illegal items, such as counterfeit brand clothes, drugs, passport scans or credit card numbers. The shopping has been exhibited in the gallery and some paradoxical problems were raised when the police sequestered the Ecstasy pills. Is it illegal for a bot to randomly buy illegal items? And what happens when a vendor knows what (or who) RDS is?< Less
Naključni Nakupovalec Po Darknetu By Jon Lackman
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Umetnostni zgodovinar in pisec Jon Lackman pripoveduje zgodbo Naključnega nakupovalca po darknetu (Random Darknet Shopper/RDS), avtomatiziranega programa, ki sta ga ustvarila švicarska... More > umetnika Carmen Weisskopf in Domagoj Smoljo, znana kot !Mediengruppe Bitnik. RDS lahko deluje skoraj povsem samostojno; na spletnem črnem trgu na slepo izbere izdelek, cenejši od 100 dolarjev, ga plača s svojim bitcoin računom in naroči dostavo v galerijo ali muzej, kjer se trenutno nahaja. Zgodba se je začela septembra 2014 v galeriji v mestu St. Gallen v Švici, ko je RDS prvič kupil »gasilski set glavnih ključev«. Odtlej je kupil že številne nezakonite izdelke, kot so ponarejena oblačila blagovnih znamk, droge, optični zajemi potnih listin in številke kreditnih kartic. Njegovi nakupi so bili razstavljeni v galeriji, in ko je policija zasegla ekstazi, se je razkrilo nekaj paradoksov. Ali je prepovedano, da bot na slepo kupuje nezakonite izdelke? In kaj se zgodi, ko prodajalec ve, kaj (ali kdo) je RDS?< Less
Naključni nakupovalec po darknetu By Jon Lackman
Paperback: $6.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Umetnostni zgodovinar in pisec Jon Lackman pripoveduje zgodbo Naključnega nakupovalca po darknetu (Random Darknet Shopper/RDS), avtomatiziranega programa, ki sta ga ustvarila švicarska... More > umetnika Carmen Weisskopf in Domagoj Smoljo, znana kot !Mediengruppe Bitnik. RDS lahko deluje skoraj povsem samostojno; na spletnem črnem trgu na slepo izbere izdelek, cenejši od 100 dolarjev, ga plača s svojim bitcoin računom in naroči dostavo v galerijo ali muzej, kjer se trenutno nahaja. Zgodba se je začela septembra 2014 v galeriji v mestu St. Gallen v Švici, ko je RDS prvič kupil »gasilski set glavnih ključev«. Odtlej je kupil že številne nezakonite izdelke, kot so ponarejena oblačila blagovnih znamk, droge, optični zajemi potnih listin in številke kreditnih kartic. Njegovi nakupi so bili razstavljeni v galeriji, in ko je policija zasegla ekstazi, se je razkrilo nekaj paradoksov. Ali je prepovedano, da bot na slepo kupuje nezakonite izdelke? In kaj se zgodi, ko prodajalec ve, kaj (ali kdo) je RDS?< Less
The Black Chamber. Surveillance, paranoia, invisibility & the internet By Domenico Quaranta et al.
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How did the internet go from the utopian free-for-all, open source heaven, libertarian last frontier to the current state of permanent surveillance, exhibitionism and paranoia? This duplicity is the... More > underlying thread that links the artists, activists, and researchers in The Black Chamber, an exhibition, a symposium, an urban intervention and a publication. The Black Chamber aims at discussing the delicate and often awkward role of art and imagination in the age of mass surveillance, stressing the multiple connections between post-studio art and independent research, grassroots reverse engineering, and new forms of political activism in the age of networks. Not just an exhibition catalogue, this book is also an attempt to show the exhibited works as part of larger research processes. With works and original contributions by Jacob Appelbaum & Ai Weiwei, Laura Poitras, Metahaven, Zach Blas, James Bridle, Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Simon Denny, Jill Magid, !Mediengruppe Bitnik and Evan Roth.< Less
Tomorrows: Urban fictions for possible futures By Daphne Dragona & Panos Dragonas
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The future never felt closer than it does today. A series of environmental, technological and social shifts are affecting today’s world and the human’s role within it. Continuous... More > urbanization, the impact of the anthropogenic activity on the natural environment, the increasing use of algorithmic systems in all sectors of life, and the growing asymmetries of power among territories and populations, are all central issues at stake. How possible is it to address the future and the changes already taking place? This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition “Tomorrows: Urban Fictions for Possible Futures” organized by Onassis Cultural Centre. Among the contributors: Aristide Antonas, James Bridle, Cathryn Dwyre & Chris Perry, Design Earth, Adam Harvey, Lydia Kallipoliti & Andreas Theodoridis, !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Metahaven, Shannon Mattern, Tobias Revell & Georgina Voss, Bruce Sterling, Point Supreme, Liam Young. Featuring the historical works of Constantinos A. Doxiadis and Takis Ch. Zenetos.< Less

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