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Magazine online: Metamute
 Discuss the interrelationship of art and new technologies. 

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Mute: Mute magazine was founded in 1994* to discuss the interrelationship of art and new technologies. Together with the web platform Metamute, it now contributes more broadly to debates on culture, politics and globalisation.

In 2001, Mute initiated sister projects OpenMute and YouAreHere to share the internet tools and knowledge associated with its own development (OpenMute), and to support local networking initiatives in the East End of London (YouAreHere).

At this point, Mute also committed itself over the longer term to a participative working model*, the principles of open organisations*, and free software*




Periodical Type Magazine online
Edition NEXT ISSUE number 26
Editor(s) Pauline van Mourik Broekman
Publisher Skyscraper Digital Publishing Ltd 2nd Floor East, UNIVERSAL HOUSE, 88-94 Wentworth Street, London E1 7SA UK
Periodicity Bi-annual

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