Viral Structures of Cyberfeminism
Keywords:virus, cyberfeminism, borderline, host
AbstractIf cyberfeminsm is a virus, it will denote an operation of infection and replication which subverts, disassembles, expands and discloses existing systems - and not only bio- and systems of information-technology. Models of viruses as they are found in bio- and information-technological discourses serve as a foil to question the political and theoretical functions of cyberfeminism. Here the virus cannot be investigated without taking into account the effect of the media - inflating every virus into an epidemic situation.
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