DING is a magazine about the internet and things. It brings together people that are exploring the space between the arts, society and emerging technologies. We started the magazine to provide a space for reflection for people who are interested in responsible technology practices and the development of the internet. We want to ensure that context and values are given a space to occupy in this magazine as well as specific details and stories.

There are three issues of DING Magazine:

#3 ABOUT THE FUTURE IN TIMES OF CRISES – The 2020 issue reflecting on crises and the future. You can download the PDF Version here.  Published in collaboration between Superrr Lab and the Goethe Institute.

#2 FUTURES – The 2019 issue investigating different futures. You can download the PDF Version here. Supported by Mozilla.

#1 CRAFT – The inaugural issue from 2017 focussing on the topic of craft. You can download the PDF Version here. Supported by Mozilla

The magazine was started by Michelle Thorne, Jon Rogers & Pete Thomas. Julia Kloiber joined for the second edition and Irini Papadimitriou for edition number three. To be continued … 🙂

Letter from the Editor
Future Perfect Continuous
Be Water –  Insights into the Hong Kong protest movement
Care in a techno-capitalist world
HammamRadio, your feminist-love radio station
One Vision, One World. Whose World Then?
Play, imagine, build – the collective verbs
Venezuela – the dual crisis
Letter of the Editor
Terraforms – Or, How to Talk About The Weather
On Persistence: The Past Art/Works of An/Other Future
What the Enlightenment Got Wrong about Computers
Community Learning at Dynamicland
Imagining a Universal Declaration of Digital Rights
An interview with Audrey Tang
Dream Beyond the Wounds
The Blurring
More than HumanCentered Design
The Unpredictable Things
When the Path We Walked Blocks Our Ways Forward
Letter of the Editor
A viewpoint on Craft and the Internet
Who Controls the Internet?
Ethical Tech around the World
Interview with Gillian Crampton Smith
Life & Death
Typographic Craft
The Internet as a Lota
A Medieval Crash
A Gandhian Dream
Evolutionary Craft