Published CalArts School of Art 2004, Distributed by Textfield, Inc.
edited by Jason Brown & Zoe Crosher
Softcover, 396 pp., offset 1/1, 4.25 × 5.5”
Edition of 1000
Published by CalArts School of Art
NTNTNT is a convoluted history of art and activism on the net, based on disjointed fragments, historical artifacts, and half-forgotten conversations among the participants of Natalie Bookchin’s conference.
The threads and fragments from the original conversations were woven together with techno-utopian ruins and associatively cross-indexed with fragments from the distant age of “Browser Wars,” creating a stuttering, paper-based constellation.
The resulting book is not so much a document as an artifact — a puzzled, puzzling, mnemonic object marked by passage of a particular time.