My work bridges network pessimism, radical theory, and political thought. I theorize the ambivalent effects of network culture from the anti-globalization movement of movements to the monetization of social relations of the Web 2.0 sharing economy.
I work with programmers, theorists, and practitioners to deploy media tactically rather than using the classroom to hold a referendum on technology writ large. Our immediate inspiration are the 1990's movements of net.art, hacktivism, open source, culture jamming, and indymedia.
Having come of age during the anti-globalization movement, I have been involved in numerous collectives committed to abolishing the state, capital, and all other forms of oppression. Together, we refer to this approach as "anti-politics."