World-Information.Org is a collaborative effort of organizations and individuals who are directly concerned with issues of participatory involvement in Information and Communication Technologies, and the Internet as we know it today.

World-Information.Org addresses the rise of electronic information- and communication technology in which our society is subject to deep structural changes and transformations that affect all aspects of social life.

World-Information.Org recognizes that ICT is not Science Fiction, it is now that we experience a steady increase in the importance of intelligently processed information and communications and this demands new ideas at the interface of culture and technopolitics.

World-Information.Org declares that not only the influence of communication and information technologies on culture and arts, needs to be examined but the artistic and cultural practice with and within digital networks and the resulting changes in society, politics and the artistic practice itself.

World-Information.Org demonstrates artistic practice in an increasingly immaterialized world, in which reference-information on situations are more relevant than the situation itself, and the use of digital networks for symbol-manipulation becomes more and more important.

World-Information.Org shows that the "digital revolution", the expected changes both within the sector of work and everyday life through the increasing use of ICT in analogy to the profound changes in our society through the "Industrial Revolution" or the so-called "Gutenberg Revolution" is also very much related to what is happening in the field of biotechnology, biometrics and the fusion of "flesh and machine".

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