Felix Stalder teaches digital culture at the Zurich University of the Arts, researches at the World Information Institute in Vienna and a moderates , a critical nexus of the discourse on net culture, since 1995. His work focuses on the intersection of cultural, political and technological dynamics, in particular on new modes of commons-based production, copyright and transformation of subjectivity. He's the author/editor of numerous books, among other "Manuel Castells and the Theory of the Network Society" (Polity Press, 2006) "Deep Search. The Politics of Search Beyond Google" (Transaction Publishers, 2009), "Digital Solidarity" (PML & Mute 2014) and "Kultur der Digitalität (Suhrkamp, 2016). The recent publications, talks and interviews are available at felix.openflows.com.