Work, Musings, Writings and Projects from FLEFF's Checkpoints Lab 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
For the first week we introduced the students to ideas of borders and checkpoints within and beyond their normal definitions. The following are the texts and projects we discussed.
Christiane Paul, Digital Art (Thames & Hudson, 2003), 204–211, "Tactical media, activism and hacktivism".
Critical Art Ensemble, The Electronic Disturbance (Autonomedia, 1994), 10–33, "Nomadic Power and Cultural Resistance", http://www.critical-art.net/books/ted/.́
Alex Dunbar, "FOLLOW THE GPS, ÉSE: The Transborder Immigrant Tool Helps Mexicans Cross Over Safely”, 2009, (accessed January 23, 2011).
Robbin Murphy, "Artists and Legal Ambiguity on the Internet", (accessed January 23, 2011).
Heath Bunting and Rachel Baker, BorderXing Guide (2002–2003).
Ricardo Dominguez and Brett Stalbaum, Transborder Immigrant Tool (ongoing).