Geert Lovink - Videos
Media theorist Geert Lovink, the Human Rights Project's Tom Keenan, Henry R. Luce Professor of Democracy Ian Buruma, and policy analyst David Rieff contemplating the legal and moral ramifications of making classified information accessible to the public. Pen American Center. Pen World Voices Festival of International Literature. April 28, 2011, The Cooper Union, New York City
Geert Lovink speaking about networks and the creative commons at UniNomade, VEGA Science and Technology Park in Venice, City of Venice on 7-8 May 2010.
Geert Lovink speaking about Netzkulturen und Gegenöffentlichkeit, the internet as a mass medium and mainstream voice that is not only colonizing our real time, but also providing a platform for political activism without social movement nor support. Geert Lovink addressing a comment culture that should motivate us to stop searching and ask for longtime applications. re:publica - now/here in Berlin, Germany.
Geert Lovink speaking about the politics of internet culture, delivering a radical critique of free cultures at re:publica - now/here.in Berlin, Germany.
Lovink discusses over Skype with Lev Manovich about the distinctions in the evolution of cultural theory which lead to difficulties, forced compromises and possible opportuniities in how New Media is studied in the academy. Students later also participate in the conversation.
A critical view on the Internet, new media, design and labor market, and the impact of new technologies in production mode and sharing of knowledge and information by critic and activist Geert Lovink at Núcleo Avançado em Educação NAVE, Advanced Education Center in Brazil.
Lovink outlines some approaches he has developed to attempt to describe many of the social and creative phenomena emerging within Web 2.0 (his lecture is in English, the preceeding is all in Portuguese with no subtitles or translation). Abertura do debate entre Ronaldo Lemos e Geert Lovink como atividade do grupo de pesquisa Net Art: perspectivas criativas e críticas.