As of Spring 2013, .dpi will be taking a new shape. Restructuring and solidifying its mandate, it will be published twice a year, while building a participatory platform -- through a regularly updated blog -- that is more community-based, flexible, spontaneous, and critical.
Moreover, building on its short history, .dpi is now proudly defined as a “feminist journal of art and digital culture.”
Life is hacking. And hacking is the art of constantly learning about the artifacts that surround us throughout our lives. For instance, a child practices hacking all day long by touching, exploring, tasting, smelling, breaking things. A child approaches every leaf, piece of wood or spinning-top with a sense of curiosity and concentration. This is the art of practicing Life through hacking as a value and a principle of learning and doing.