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Digital Protest

The book provides an insight into the new, digital protest culture. The internet changes protest, makes it quicker and simple. And because now everybody can participate, new forms of protest appear, like flash mobs, shit storms or hacktivism. To see the changes through web clearer, the book provides a comparison to a classical revolution, which even our parents know - the revolution of 1968. The aesthetic of the internet is used to create a visual system for the printed book. Pictures of new protests are pixelated. This embodies the uncertainty of "cyber protest". Nobody knows what it can achieve and where it will lead us. But it also embodies the diversity and colorfulness of current forms of protest.