In My Computer
Lulu Press, Inc, Apr 30, 2014
This book is a collection of essays, interviews, short tales, parables, e-mails and drafts by reknown artist Miltos Manetas (Athens, 1964). Written between 1997 and 2011, some of these texts - such as the "Neen Manifesto" or the "Piracy Manifesto" - are widely known, many others are unpublished, and just came out from his computer. All of them contribute to portray a personality who had a strong influence on younger generations of artists, thanks to his impressive body of work - including paintings, videos, installations, prints, performances and, last but not least, websites - but also to his writings. According to Wikipedia, "Miltos Manetas is a Greek painter and multimedia artist". According to Googlism, "Miltos Manetas is the Net."
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NEEN Manifesto 2000
Rafaël Rozendaal 2003
The Story of the Internet Pavilion in progress 2011
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