New Design Tactical Media Files + Reports & Documentation Amsterdam and Liverpool events online

We are very happy and proud that the new responsive design of the Tactical Media Files documentation resource is available online now, beautifully designed by Jeroen Joosse (who also delivered the visual design of the original TMF website), and implemented by developer André van Toly.
www.tacticalmediafiles.net

The main purpose of this redesign was to make the resource better accessible on other media devices and able to scale to virtually any size screen (hence a ‘responsive’ design). If for any reason someone would fee ‘nostalgic’ about the accustomed web-design we left that in place at the following address:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/classic

We will fine tune the new design further in the coming months, but meanwhile have been busy and there’s quite some other news as well, so do read on:

Documentation Videos and Reports of Amsterdam and Liverpool events online

Superflux, Drone Aviary (2015)

While our exhibition How much of this is fiction. is still on at FACT in Liverpool, and will open at HeK in Basel on March 22, documentation and reports of public events in Amsterdam and Liverpool are already available online:

• Report of the public debate Vox Populi and the Syrian Archive, at Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam on 21 January 2017:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/articles/45248
• Video Vox Populi and the Syrian Archive:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/videos/45066

• Report of the conference ‘The Society of Post-Control’, at Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam on 22 January 2017:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/articles/45265
• Video of the conference ‘The Society of Post-Control':
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/videos/45092

• Video: Meme Wars: Internet culture and the ‘alt-right’
Lecture by writer / researcher Florian Cramer at FACT Liverpool, 2 March, 2017:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/videos/45022
• Meme Wars: Post-lecture discussion:
www.tacticalmediafiles.net/videos/45041

We hope you will enjoy the new design and the most recent additions to our ever growing resource.

TMF-editors:
Eric Kluitenberg
David Garcia

Cool Mediators Foundation is transitioning

The Cool Mediators Foundation was created in 2009 to host public events and develop web based software tools for interactive discussions in the public domain about art, culture, politics and society.

The foundation is currently working on a new series of projects that investigate the relationship between media culture, art & design, and social and political urgencies. Cool Mediators acts as an organisational logistic unit and an editorial catalyst between public interest organisations and engaged citizens.

Our current project (2014-2016) is called Tactical Media Connections, a research trajectory that includes expert meetings, the editorial preparation of an international anthology on Tactical Media to be published by the MIT Press in the first half of 2018, the redesign and further extension of the Tactical Media Files online documentation platform, and a series of public events in the first half of 2017 in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

For more information on this project series please check the Tactical Media Files blog and this article about the Tactical Media Connections research trajectory, while our website awaits its redesign.

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Cool Mediators is an independent not for profit organization registered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and has been supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL, the Democracy and Media Foundation, the Digital Pioneers program, Knowledgeland foundation, and De Balie, centre for culture and politics in Amsterdam.

Cool Mediators Foundation
www.coolmediators.net