About

This is a simple website that archives selected projects by Geoff Cox. Biography: Geoff Cox is Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Culture, and Participatory IT Research Centre, Aarhus University (DK), currently engaged on a 3 year research

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About

This is a simple website that archives selected projects by Geoff Cox. Biography: Geoff Cox is Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Culture, and Participatory IT Research Centre, Aarhus University (DK), currently engaged on a 3 year research

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Critique of Software Violence

Taking Benjamin’s 1921 essay “A Critique of Violence” as starting point, the essay/paper analyses the notion of violence as an idea inherent to language and software, and questions its uses and ethical consequences. A version was published in Spanish “Crítica

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Critique of Software Violence

Taking Benjamin’s 1921 essay “A Critique of Violence” as starting point, the essay/paper analyses the notion of violence as an idea inherent to language and software, and questions its uses and ethical consequences. A version was published in Spanish “Crítica

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The Contemporary Condition

The Contemporary Condition is a research project at Aarhus University made possible by a grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The project is led by Associate Professor Jacob Lund and Associate Professor Geoff Cox and runs for three

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The Contemporary Condition

The Contemporary Condition is a research project at Aarhus University made possible by a grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The project is led by Associate Professor Jacob Lund and Associate Professor Geoff Cox and runs for three

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Real-time for Pirate Cinema

FREE eBROCHURE (PDF) 
PRINT ON DEMAND As a portrait of the network in real-time, Pirate Cinema somewhat reflects the temporal complexity of the world now in the coming together of different co-existing ways of being in time. The text argues

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Real-time for Pirate Cinema

FREE eBROCHURE (PDF) 
PRINT ON DEMAND As a portrait of the network in real-time, Pirate Cinema somewhat reflects the temporal complexity of the world now in the coming together of different co-existing ways of being in time. The text argues

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01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure

01.01.CM collection of the Museum of Ordure Museum of Ordure Antipyrine, 2014 272pp. supported by the Danish Arts Council © Copyfarleft / kopimi 2014 ISBN 978-87-93108-07-3 http://www.antipyrine.dk/product/0101cm-collection-of-the-museum-of-ordure The work derives from an earlier work published as Cover Versions: The Communist

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01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure

01.01.CM collection of the Museum of Ordure Museum of Ordure Antipyrine, 2014 272pp. supported by the Danish Arts Council © Copyfarleft / kopimi 2014 ISBN 978-87-93108-07-3 http://www.antipyrine.dk/product/0101cm-collection-of-the-museum-of-ordure The work derives from an earlier work published as Cover Versions: The Communist

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Arnolfini online

Between 2007 and 2013, online (and some offline) projects for Arnolfini (Centre for Contemporary Art) in Bristol, UK. These projects are archived at http://www.arnolfini.org.uk:7081/project.arnolfini Project/artists include: The Likes of Brother Cream Cat, Helen Pritchard & Winnie Soon (2013); slub world,

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Arnolfini online

Between 2007 and 2013, online (and some offline) projects for Arnolfini (Centre for Contemporary Art) in Bristol, UK. These projects are archived at http://www.arnolfini.org.uk:7081/project.arnolfini Project/artists include: The Likes of Brother Cream Cat, Helen Pritchard & Winnie Soon (2013); slub world,

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Museum of Ordure

The Museum of Ordure is a self-institution that explores the cultural value of ordure through its projects and ongoing public collections. It takes a special interest in the management of human waste and its impact on the concept of the

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Museum of Ordure

The Museum of Ordure is a self-institution that explores the cultural value of ordure through its projects and ongoing public collections. It takes a special interest in the management of human waste and its impact on the concept of the

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Speaking Code

Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression. Text Geoff Cox / Code Alex McLean / Foreword Franco “Bifo” Berardi. Published by MIT Press, Autumn 2012. See www.speaking-code.net “Speaking Code beautifully folds speech and language, politics, art, and labor into

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Speaking Code

Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression. Text Geoff Cox / Code Alex McLean / Foreword Franco “Bifo” Berardi. Published by MIT Press, Autumn 2012. See www.speaking-code.net “Speaking Code beautifully folds speech and language, politics, art, and labor into

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DATA browser

The DATA browser series presents critical texts that explore issues at the intersection of art, technology and politics. Current publications: DB 01 – ECONOMISING CULTURE / DB 02 – ENGINEERING CULTURE / DB 03 – CURATING IMMATERIALITY / DB 04

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DATA browser

The DATA browser series presents critical texts that explore issues at the intersection of art, technology and politics. Current publications: DB 01 – ECONOMISING CULTURE / DB 02 – ENGINEERING CULTURE / DB 03 – CURATING IMMATERIALITY / DB 04

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hello-network.py

#!/usr/bin/python # A script for greeting every server on the Internet. import iptools, httplib for ip in iptools.IpRangeList(‘0.0.0.0/0’): try: print “Greeting ” + ip cx = httplib.HTTPConnection(“%s:80” % ip) cx.request(“POST”, ‘/’, “message=Hello+world!”) except: pass # From Speaking Code: Coding as

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hello-network.py

#!/usr/bin/python # A script for greeting every server on the Internet. import iptools, httplib for ip in iptools.IpRangeList(‘0.0.0.0/0’): try: print “Greeting ” + ip cx = httplib.HTTPConnection(“%s:80” % ip) cx.request(“POST”, ‘/’, “message=Hello+world!”) except: pass # From Speaking Code: Coding as

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