Hidden Alliances – Versteckt Verbunden.

The book entitled “Hidden Alliances – versteckt verbunden” tells the different stories of 20 female artists and how they weave together a fascinating network of interrelationships.

Editor: Elisabeth Schimana, IMA Institut für Medienarchäologie in cooperation with ARS Electronica | Publishing house: Hatje Cantz | Format: 170 x 240, hard cover, 200p, four-color | Language: German, English | Authors: Martin Breindl, Hank Bull, Andreas Fellinger, Doris Ingrisch, Christine Kakaire, Milena Meller, Helga de la Motte-Haber, Lona Gaikis, Rahma Khazam, Sabine Sanjo, Elisabeth Schimana, Hemma Schmutz, Anna Soucek, Gerfried Stocker, Elisabeth Zimmermann, among others | Sales prize: € 28 | Book cover: Edith Schild

“In 1998, after a decade of work in the electronic music/art field, I began to inquire into another story. In all the years of education and work in this male-dominated genre (with respect to both its teachers and practitioners) I had hardly encountered anything about women in the history of electronic music/art. I realized the picture was terribly skewed, and so I got started weaving new threads into the narratives.” (Elisabeth Schimana)

Text contributions by Lona Gaikis on artists Rebekah Wilson aka Netochka Nezvanova, Darsha Hewitt, Brigitta Bödenauer and Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother.

Lona Gaikis. 2019. “Rebekah Wilson – Cyberspace As A Musical Instrument”.
Photocredit © Rebekah Wilson
Lona Gaikis. 2019. “Brigitta Bödenauer – Between Noise and Abstraction”.
Photocredit: © Wojtek Chrubasik
Lona Gaikis. 2019. “Darsha Hewitt – How to Demystify The Machine”
Photocredit © Darsha Hewitt
Lona Gaikis. 2019. “Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother – From The Blackest of Futures”.
Photocredit © Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother)