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Subject:

RIXC publications available on Amazon

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Armin Medosch <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear Crumb-list,

I am aware that this is off-topic with regard to the current discussion 
and that this list should not be used for announcements. However, I 
think that on this list is a large number of people with a special 
interest in exactly that kind of publications RIXC are producing. For a 
long time those have only been available directly from RIXC. Now, the 
Acoustic Space series of publications can also be ordered via online 
bookshop ... see announcement below. I hope that people will not only 
use this opportunity as individuals but also promnpt their university 
libraries to get the whole series ... best, Armin


Hello!

We are very happy to let you know that we have made it easier now for 
those who are interested in our Acoustic Space publications, to purchase 
them via Amazon.com!

Acoustic Space was founded by E-Lab in 1998, initially as a journal for 
new media culture with focus on sound art, internet radio, and other 
creative explorations within the digitally networked environments. Since 
2007 Acoustic Space comes out as a peer-reviewed journal for 
transdisciplinary research on art, science, technology and society, 
published by RIXC, Riga Center for New Media Culture in collaboration 
with Art Research Lab (MPLab) of Liepaja University.

Such titles are available now on AMAZON.COM:

Acoustic Space #11 TECHNO-ECOLOGIES (the most recent - see more info 
below, ed. by Rasa Smite, Eric Kluitenberg, Raitis Smits) - this volume 
for first time is in English only!

Acoustic Space #10 Networks and Sustainability (ed. by Rasa Smite, Armin 
Medosch, Raitis Smits)
Acoustic Space #9 Art as Research (ed. by Rasa Smite, Kerstin Mey, 
Raitis Smits)
Acoustic Space #8 Energy - Scientific and Artistic, Utopian and Critical 
Visions (ed. by Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits)
Acoustic Space #7 Spectropia - illuminating investigations in 
electromagnetic spectrum (ed. by Rasa Smite, Armin Medosch)
Acoustic Space #6 Waves - electromagnetic waves as material and medium 
in art (ed. by Rasa Smite, Armin Medosch)
Acoustic Space #5 Trans-Cultural Mapping (ed. by Rasa Smite, Marc Tuters)
(these previous volumes are bilangual - in English and Latvian)
Transbiotics. Temporal Stability Points [exhibition catalog] (curators, 
editors Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits, Jens Hauser)
net.art.lv - We are on the Net [exhibition catalog] (curators, editors 
Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits)

it is also possible to order these books via RIXC directly, please email 
your order request to me: [log in to unmask]

kind regards,
Dr. Rasa Smite
Riga Center for New Media Culture RIXC / Art Research Lab @ Liepaja 
University
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The Riga Centre for New Media Culture RIXC has published new volume:
Acoustic Space #11

TECHNO-ECOLOGIES
Edited by Rasa Smite, Eric Kluitenberg and Raitis Smits


      "It is quite simply wrong to regard action on the psyche, the 
socius, and the environment
       as separate". (Felix Guattari, Three Ecologies, 1989)

Everyday life is intimately interwoven with complex technological 
ecologies. We can no longer consider technology as the alienating 
"other". The idea is that we "inhabit" technological ecologies 
emphasises our connectedness to our environment (material, natural, 
technological) and our dependence on available resources (material, 
energetic, biological, cultural). Mastering these conditions is vital to 
our survival on this planet. Techno-Ecologies builds upon the urgent 
call by philosopher Felix Guattari for an integrated perspective on the 
dramatic techno-scientific transformations the Earth is undergoing. 
Three crucially important "ecological registers" need to be taken into 
account: the environment, social relations, and human subjectivity. This 
techno-ecological perspective was the topic of the "TECHNO-ECOLOGIES" 
conference in Riga, November 4-5, 2011.
This publication is structured around three thematic sections related to 
Guattari's ecological registers - I environmental ecology, II social 
ecology, III mental ecology, and a fourth that introduces - IV emerging 
techno-ecological art practices. It brings together contributions by 
conference participants as well as other authors, engaging issues of 
social and ecological sustainability and a deeper understanding of 
technology as an extension of our techno-phantasmatic desires. 
Techno-Ecologies thus offers a perspective that can help us chart less 
hazardous routes into the future than the ones travelled currently.

Contributors: Eric Kluitenberg, David Rothenberg, Ojars Balcers, Ronald 
van Tienhoven, Koert van Mensvoort, Martin Howse, Karen Lancel, Hermen 
Maat, Tatiana Goryucheva, Andrew Gryf Paterson, Normunds Kozlovs, 
Siegfried Zielinski, Daniel Irrgang, Arne Hendriks, Gisele Trudel, Annie 
Goh, Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits, Ingo Gunther, Julian Oliver, Gordan 
Savicic, Danja Vasiliev, Bart Vandeput and others.

For the first time Acoustic Space has been published in English only. 
Latvian edition will come out as a separate book.
Price: 12,90 EUR + shipping 6 EUR (in EU).
ISSN 1407-2858, 165 p., ill., 2012, Riga, Latvia.
The volume can be ordered writing an e-mail rixc (at) rixc.lv, or 
purchased through PayPal at http://rixc.lv/kiosks/

And this volume along all other RIXC publications will be also available 
soon (in 1-2 weeks time) on Amazon.com.

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"Techno-Ecologies" is the 11th issue of Acoustic Space Series. "Acoustic 
Space" (published since 1998) is a journal  for new media culture and 
creative explorations within digital networked environments and 
electro-acoustic space. Since 2007 Acoustic Space has come out as a 
peer-reviewed international journal for transdisciplinary research on 
art, science, technology and society.

Contacts:
RIXC, The Centre for New Media Culture, 11. novembra krastmala 35-201, 
Riga, LV-1050, Latvia
ph.: +371 67228478, rixc (at) rixc.lv
http://rixc.lv
http://renewable.rixc.lv

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