href zine – xyber*feminism issue

href zine – xyber*feminism issue compiles diverse personal and artistic perspectives on techno-feminisms, technologically performed genders and an unjust nature.

The internet is being explored as cyborgs’ habitat and traces of the cyberfeminist utopias are being researched. How do the internet and the techno-feminisms influence each other and how are these being manifested again today?

This issue curates various approaches to feminist research and art practices and includes as well its own xyber*feminist manifesto.

This very first issue of the href zine contains an introduction to various techno-feminist theories, a timeline that tells a history of these techno-feminisms and the internet, it‘s own xyberfeminist manifesto, many works of artists who are working in xyberfeminism-related fields, and as well interviews with these artists.

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href zine – xyberfeminism issue contains 76 pages filled with xyberfeminism art and research, including works from Samantha Harvey, Sofia Crespo, Jayson Edward Carter, Rachel Denti, Anisha Jay, Nikoloz Kapanadze, Olivia Duke, Digital Ruins, Lotte Agger and Aetheric Heart, and was released on 22.10.2018 at Schwankhalle theater in Bremen, during Utopia Plenum-Party.