Uploaded on Nov 17, 2010
REFF, RomaEuropa FakeFactory is an enhanced book created by FakePress and DeriveApprodi. It is currently published in Italy and it will soon have an international version.
The theme of the book is the "reinvention of reality", and it includes multiple authors (full list below).
In the book the techniques of remix, recontextualization, mashup, simulation and innovation are used both from theoretical and from artistic points of view, with academics, designers, hackers, lawyers, architects, artists and researchers from all over the world show and explain their perspectives.
REFF book is an enhanced book, with paper, iPhone, iPad, Android, epub and web versions which share high levels of interactivity. In the paper version QRCodes and Fiducial markers are used to connect the reader to interactive experiences.
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"REFF. La reinvenzione del reale attraverso pratiche critiche di remix, mash up, ricontestualizzazione, reenactment", published by FakePress & DeriveApprodi
From the foreword by Bruce Sterling
"Right now, the behaviors and activities commemorated in this book are bizarre. Very. They are so peculiar that they are inherently difficult to describe, because they come from the outer reaches of an emergent network-culture.
I could write an entire book about these ideas and practices, a book that would be science fiction, architecture fiction, design fiction, a technical manual and also a manifesto for network economics. That book would be rather like this book, only less entertaining."
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AUTHORS, ARTISTS & CURATORS (in alphabetical order)
Richard Barbrook, Tatiana Bazzichelli, Germana Berlantini, Mike Bonanno, Loretta Borrelli, Andy Cameron, Massimo Canevacci, Francesca Canu, Carlo Cappa, Antonio Caronia, Dario Carrera, Stefano Coletto, Fiorello Cortiana, Umberto Croppi, Marco Fagotti, Marc Garret, Alex Giordano, Maria Hellström Reimer e Milica Lapčević, Lorenzo Imbesi, Stephen Kovats, Simona Lodi, Francesco "Warbear" Macarone Palmieri, Federico Monaco, Movimento ScambioEtico, Andrea Natella, Eleonora Oreggia aka xname, Luigi Pagliarini, Federico Ruberti, Marco Scialdone, Guido Scorza, Valentina Tanni, Jasmina Tešanović, Cristina Trivellin e Martina Coletti
0100101110101101.ORG, Antoni Abad, Alterazioni Video, Apparati Effimeri, David Benqué, Jens Brand, Alex Dragulescu, Amy Francescini (Future Farmers), Flyer Communication (FLxER), Derek Holzer, Carlo Infante, jodi.org,
Steve Lambert, Les Liens Invisibles, Fosco Loiti Celant, Garrett Lynch, Guthrie Lonergan, Quayola, Rebar Group, Ben Rubin, Adam Somlai-Fischer (Architecture), Sosolimited, Eugenio Tisselli, Troika, Hannes Walter e Stephen Williams (Fluid Forms), Marianne Weems (The Builders Association), Clemens Weisshaar e Reed Kram, Jaka Železnikar
"Special Mentions REFF 2009/2010"
Daniele Mancini / Urban Fields, Agnese Trocchi, Mathilde Neri Poirier / Hotel Nuclear, Luther Blissett, Agatino Rizzo / Cityleft, Adriano Sanna / Image Hunters, Pasquale de Sensi, Paola Zampa, Michael Cipolla, Chiara Passa, Anna Olmo, Eva Pedroni Simoncelli, Francesco D'Isa, Marco Pignatti, Samo Pedersen, Anna Gramma, Ivan / Eri Nav, Nanette Wylde, Laura Spampinato, Alessandro Suizzo, Chiara Micheli, Andrea Paglia, Difesa Jubecca, Andreas Maria Jacobs, Leif Ahnland, Stefano Pala e Francesco Rosati, Alessio Ballerini, Gregor Rozanski, quwt, judsoN, Bernardina / Demo architects, Jelena Jovic, Sara Basili, Juan Lopez, Jimenez Lai, mag.MA Architetture, moriyuki, Giorgia Borroni, Cortomobile, Cenk Dereli, Titusz Tarnai, Daniele Salvatori, Chiara Angioli, Luis Rolando Rojas, Yurij Alekhno, Jose Antonio De Jesus Corona Gonzalez, Snak3, Adriana e Morena, Sheriff Xenoph / Pier Giorgio De Pinto Edited by:
Cary Hendrickson, Salvatore Iaconesi, Oriana Persico, Federico Ruberti, Luca Simeone (FakePress)