Inte Gloerich

researcher, organiser, reader, writer on the politics of digital technology, economy and culture. Much of this at the Institute of Network Cultures, occasionally elsewhere.

Contact

interact [at] integloerich [dot] nl
inte [at] networkcultures [dot] org
Twitter: @InteGloerich

Job

Researcher at the Institute of Network Cultures

Complete CV.

Edited books


State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art

Yiannis Colakides, Marc Garrett, Inte Gloerich (eds)
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam: 2019
Order or download here.

Flying Money 2018: Investigating Illicit Financial Flows in the City

Inte Gloerich, Judith Hart, Geert Lovink, Caroline Nevejan, Ilse Verkerk (eds)
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam: 2019
Order or download here.

MoneyLab Reader 2: Overcoming the Hype

Inte Gloerich, Geert Lovink, Patricia de Vries (eds)
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam: 2018
Order or download here.

Events Programming

Upcoming: Internet Weirdness (July 2019) and MoneyLab #7 (November 2019).

Making the Blockchain Civic workshop in Amsterdam, together with Chris Elsden, John Vines and Martijn de Waal, at University of Amsterdam (2018).

Flying Money conference 2018, collaboration with the City of Amsterdam, at De Rode Hoed, Amsterdam (2018).

New Imaginaries for Crypto Design Exhibition at NeMe in Limassol, Cyprus (2018).

Crypto Design Workshop at Aksioma in Ljubljana, Slovenia (2018).

Karakters en Maskers, a panel on the visual culture around online anonimity, at Spui25, Amsterdam (2017).

MoneyLab #3: Failing Better, conference on digital economy, at Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam (2016).

De Kunst van de Kritiek: Kritiek in de Wereld en de Wereld in de Kritiek, conference on (online) art critism, at De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam (2016).

Organisation of Hacks/Hackers Refugee Hackathon, hackathon on issues faced by refugees in the Netherlands, at ALab, Amsterdam (2015).

Organisation of MyCreativity Sweatshop, conference on the creative industries, at Trouw, Amsterdam (2014).

Research Projects

Critical Meme Research at the Institute of Network Cultures (2019)

Circulate at the Institute of Network Cultures, together Play and Civic Media at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (2018-now).

Making Public at the Institute of Network Cultures, together with Willem de Kooning Academy, ArtEZ, and many other partners (2018-now).

State Machines at the Institute of Network Cultures, together with Aksioma (SI), Drugo More (HR), Furtherfield (GB), and NeMe (CY), (2017-2019).

MoneyLab at the Institute of Network Cultures (2016-now).

The People's Dashboard with a team of 15 at the Digital Methods Winter School of 2015, a tool to give users of social media platforms insight in whether the content they are seeing is human-driven or machine-driven.

United for a Divided Europe Master's thesis on the way the PVV (NL), Front National (FR), and Vlaams Belang (BE) construct their brands of populism on Twitter, available at the University of Amsterdam.

Tapping into Sochi, a research project into the surveillance techniques used at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, with Rebecca Cachia, Cristel Kolopaking and Susan Clandillon.

Stormtalk, a research project into the discourse surrounding climate change on social media, with Axel Meunier, Bernhard Rieder, Andreas Birkbak, Ezgi Akdag, Giovanni Magni and Giulia de Amicis for EMAPS.

A Clash of Digital Freedoms, an issue mapping project on the different ways digital freedom is constructed in the NGO spheres of Germany, the UK, and the USA, with Rebecca Cachia, Cristel Kolopaking and Susan Clandillon.

Reassembling Snowden, a research project on the different characterisations of Edward Snowden that existed in the news in 2013/2014, with Rebecca Cachia and Susan Clandillon.

Facebook Pages in Europe: a Tool for the Jihad in Syria, on the use of Facebook by ISIS sympathisers in Europe, with Rebecca Cachia, Susan Clandillon, Cristel Kolopaking, Indre Lauciute, Rose Rowson, Federica Bardelli, Gabriele Colombo, Carlo de Gaetano and Michele Mauri for the Digital Methods Initiative’s Winter School of 2014.