Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks

“The network does not exist, it has to be created”

by Burak Arikan

Abstract

If the network does not exist and one has to capture this complexity, what happens when we capture it? Do we move from a territory of network to a map of network or vice versa? In Deleuze and Guattari’s words does the network diagram function to represent something real, or to construct a real that is yet to come? I will discuss this dialectical tension of territory and map in the context of networks and in relation to my recent work: MyPocket (2008), network maps of the art world (2009-2012), and the Graph Commons platform.

* Quote from Jussi Parikka in Summary from some Networkpolitics 2010-conference themes, March 2010.

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