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  • - How I Became Nikki Sixx
    av Nikki Sixx
    127,-

  • - Technology and the End of the Future
    av James Bridle
    153,-

    ';New Dark Ageis among the most unsettling and illuminating books I've read about the Internet, which is to say that it is among the most unsettling and illuminating books I've read about contemporary life.'New YorkerAs the world around us increases in technological complexity, our understanding of it diminishes. Underlying this trend is a single idea: the belief that our existence is understandable through computation, and more data is enough to help us build a better world. In reality, we are lost in a sea of information, increasingly divided by fundamentalism, simplistic narratives, conspiracy theories, and post-factual politics. Meanwhile, those in power use our lack of understanding to further their own interests. Despite the apparent accessibility of information, we're living in a new Dark Age. From rogue financial systems to shopping algorithms, from artificial intelligence to state secrecy, we no longer understand how our world is governed or presented to us. The media is filled with unverifiable speculation, much of it generated by anonymous software, while companies dominate their employees through surveillance and the threat of automation. In his brilliant new work, leading artist and writer James Bridle surveys the history of art, technology, and information systems, and reveals the dark clouds that gather over our dreams of the digital sublime.

  • av Julia May Jonas
    159 - 219,-

    A spectacularly daring and original novel of our times, of the culture wars and cancel culture, &i>Vladimir&/i> explores issues of sex, gender, power and desire from its own unique perspective.

  • av Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton
    125,-

    Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this drama-packed sequel to Tiny Pretty Things set in an elite New York ballet school.

  • av Maria V. Snyder
    149,-

  • av Jed Mackay
    269,-

  • - A Creative Journey Through the Everyday Wonders of Our World
    av Rob Auton
    186,-

    A selection of the world's most incredible things according to award-winning writer, comedian, artist and podcaster Rob Auton

  • av Henrik Pontoppidan
    438,-

  • av Kelly Birdsong & Tim Birdsong
    300,-

  • av Lorenza Mazzetti
    172,-

  • av John Furlong
    174,-

  • av Caroline Newark
    140,-

  • av Michael Drayton
    182,-

  • av Haji Jabir
    128,-

  • av Deirdre V Lovecky
    422,-

  • av Samantha Traunfeld
    173,-

  • av Jaroslav Svelch
    319,-

    A study of the gruesome game characters we love to beat-and what they tell us about ourselves.Since the early days of video games, monsters have played pivotal roles as dangers to be avoided, level bosses to be defeated, or targets to be destroyed for extra points. But why is the figure of the monster so important in gaming, and how have video games come to shape our culture's conceptions of monstrosity? To answer these questions, Player vs. Monster explores the past half-century of monsters in games, from the dragons of early tabletop role-playing games and the pixelated aliens of Space Invaders to the malformed mutants of The Last of Us and the bizarre beasts of Bloodborne, and reveals the common threads among them.Covering examples from aliens to zombies, Jaroslav Švelch explores the art of monster design and traces its influences from mythology, visual arts, popular culture, and tabletop role-playing games. At the same time, he shows that video games follow the Cold War-era notion of clearly defined, calculable enemies, portraying monsters as figures that are irredeemably evil yet invariably vulnerable to defeat. He explains the appeal of such simplistic video game monsters, but also explores how the medium could evolve to present more nuanced depictions of monstrosity.

  • av Julianna Photopoulos
    269,-

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