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- New Wark vectors
- Tofts, Darren
- He was the young turk of Australian cultural studies in the 1980s and an architect of the emerging cyberscene of the 90s. He gave us a lexicon of key terms that shaped our understanding of the last 20 years. Like other notable Australian expats before him (Robert Hughes, Peter Carey), McKenzie Wark has settled in New York City, where he lives with his wife, the actor and writer Christen Clifford, and their son, Felix. Wark refers to himself as a New Yorker, but is quick to add that his roots (or should that be aerials) are still very much in Australia. His moniker has been notably absent from Australian literary pages in recent years and I caught up with him where he can always be found, on the net, to see what he has been up to.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Life and Social Sciences
- RealTime, No. 75 (Oct-Nov 2006), p. 29
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- Book review; Critical theory; Game theory; Games; Information economy; Marxism; New media; Wark, McKenzie, 1961-
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- Copyright © 2006 Darren Tofts. Published version of this paper reproduced with the kind permission of the publisher.
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