excerpt from the introduction:
Does it still make sense to talk about artistic subversion today? Or does “subversion” sound outdated or even inappropriate when it comes to art? Disillusionment with technology in the post-digital era has undoubtedly affected our understandings and expectations for subversive practices in art or, more broadly, artistic resistance. 'If, as McKenzie Wark has claimed, there is no longer something “to subvert, to divert or invert,” and efforts at subversion are subsumed by media corporations and state security agencies, what strategies could we possibly be used to change this condition? How to react when subversion itself has been appropriated from above?