[-empyre-] Response to Anna: Nick Knouf, MAICgregator

Craig Saper csaper at umbc.edu
Sat Sep 17 04:08:03 AEST 2016

Could we push the delineation a bit more and ask about the distinction between finance net-art-works and management-art net-art projects? Is anyone involved in critical-management net-art? Or, has lists like those applied in previous answers to Anna’s queries about finance net-art?

On Sep 16, 2016, at 1:13 PM, Christiane Paul, Curatorial <Christiane_Paul at whitney.org> wrote:

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It depends on how you want to define and delineate network and finance --  the ToyWar ultimately was a project very related to finance / the stock market, and eToy of course early on used a revenue model based on shares. 
GWEI (https://www.paolocirio.net/work/gwei/) and Paolo Cirio's Loophole for all (https://paolocirio.net/work/loophole-for-all/) also are networked finance projects....

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