István Józsa

is a scholar of aesthetics and contemporary art working at the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania, and is a member of the Hungarian Academy in Budapest (Hungary).


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From data to Dada

Reinventing our culture in the Internet age

Without a proper understanding of the way the global (data) economy actually works, we can’t effectively reinvent our culture. So says Geert Lovink in conversation with István Józsa. Lovink’s solution: while building independent infrastructures remains of primary importance, net criticism needs updating and upgrading, before it becomes subject to deletion.