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SWITCH is produced by the students of the CADRE Laboratory for New Media at San Jose State University.


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SWITCH was first published in 1995. Check out the original first issue.


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Seeing Double
| Bifocal Collaborative Tactics +++ Ron Goldin

 
     
     

Reconfiguring the Museum
| +++ Patrick Lichty

 
     
     

Paranoid Machines
| Conspiracy Games and Desire Control in Tron +++ Jason Brown

 
     
     

Interview: Game Girlz
| +++ Geri Wittig

 
     
     

Editorial Notes For Switch Art and Games Issue
| +++ Anne-Marie Schleiner

 
     
     

Manifesto for a Virtual Favela
| +++ Susan Otto

 
     
     

Letter From Aspen: Cultural Policy
| +++ Steve Cisler

 
     
     

Fashion
| +++ Chun Chang

 
     
     

Useless Web Pages
| Conceptual Folk Art or Post Modern Web Dada? +++ Benjamin Eakins

 
     
     

The Construction of Art on the Internet and the Mediating Influence of the Search Engine
| +++ Brett Stalbaum

 
     
     

Selected Art Web Sites
| from art of the web part I +++ Switch Staffs

 
     
     

Answers?
| +++ Switch Staffs

 
     
     

Editors Notes
| Issue 6 +++ Loretta L. Lange

 
     
     

Continuation, Transition, and Challenge
| Collectivism in China after 1949 +++ Minqing Zhou

 
     
     

A final work on web specific art
| +++ Matt Hoessli

 
     
     

Google Search
| +++ Natalie Bookchin

 
     
     

Collaboration: An Artistsí Dialogue
| +++ Pat Sanders

 
     
     

Calendar of Events
| +++ Loretta L. Lange

 
     
     

Collaborative Curatorial Models and Public Curation
| +++ Christiane Paul

 
     
     

Collaboration as Media
| +++ Joel Slayton

 
     
     

Cracking the Human Genome: A Look into How Competitive Forces Create and Reshape Collaborations
| +++ Nora Raggio

 
     
     

Credits
| The Masthead +++ Stephan Hechenberger

 
     
     

Ephemerality and expectation
| +++ Benjamin Weil

 
     
     

A conversation about art, software and process
| (as opposed to painting) +++ Mark Napier

 
     
     

Who Makes Electronic Music?
| Vocalists, Composers, Gender and Electronic Music Technology +++ Hannah Bosma

 
     
     

Questions Concerning Music Technology
| From Heidegger's View to Feenberg's Subversive Rationalization +++ Agostino Di Scipio

 
     
     

Editor's Notes: Sound
| +++ Loretta L. Lange

 
     
     

Pamela Z : "Parts of Speech" at New Langton Arts
| +++ Ruth Eckland

 
     
     

Narrative as Genealogy
| +++ Larry Wendt

 
     
     

About SWITCH
| +++ Switch Staffs

 
     

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