Author: Sal Hagen
[publication] “‘Teh Internet is Serious Business’: On the Deep Vernacular Web Imaginary and its Discontents”
OILab @ King’s College London: “Memes: The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism?”
On Friday 15 May 2020, Marc Tuters, Sal Hagen, Stijn Peeters, Emillie de Keulenaar, and Daniël de Zeeuw of OILab took part in a virtual conference conference hosted by King’s College London’s Centre for Digital Culture. Titled “Memes: The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism”, the conference features the following OILab talks: 10:47 – Introduction by […]
How conspiracy theories spread online – Marc Tuters in The Conversation
Marc Tuters published a blog post on The Conversation touching on the spread of online conspiracies, algorithms, and fringe subcultures. The text provides an overview of current literature as well as a range of his and OILab’s work. Read the article here.
[publication] On the Problem of Reactionary Nonsense at the Bottom of the Web
Marc Tuters published a text on Europe Now outlining activity on the “bottom of the Web” and providing an overview of OILab’s ongoing work