qThis provocative book makes it perfectly clear that feminism is not dead - it's a critical weapon...a must read for all becoming cyberfeminists and autonomous agents!q Elizabeth Hess, writer/criticqIf you want another e-feminist volume rehashing Lacan, weaving as metaphor, or the icon as on-line identity, don't buy this book. These cyberfeminists take no prisoners as they march through the virtual territories of postcolonial power vectors in an attempt to establish living models of resistance. Lock and load, ladies!q Critical Art EnsembleqThis exceptional collection of writings and artist projects performs a resistant feminist politics. Charting new strategies and practices, the authors imagine liberatory possibilities for our bodies, identities, and social relations in the era of digitized networks and genetic engineering.q Miwon Kwon, editor, DocumentsPart performative intervention, part radical polemic and activist manual, Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist Practices introduces a diverse international group of feminist writers, artists, theorists, and activists engaged in formulating a contestational politics for tactical cyberfeminism. This recombinant book highlights productive intersections of feminist and postcolonial discourses through critical analyses of the embodied politics of digital culture. Opening areas repressed in previous cyberfeminist discourses, the authors map contemporary social relations between women as they are mediated and transformed by digital and bio technologies.Cyberfeminism studies included at the following universities, among others:York, Salford, Leeds, Goldsmith's, Lancaster, Sussex.aquot;This provocative book makes it perfectly clear that feminism is not dead - ita#39;s a critical weapon...a must read for all becoming cyberfeminists and autonomous agents!
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