Changing the Game: Towards an ”˜Internet of Praxis’
There is a new spectre haunting the art world. Not surprisingly, it has been put forward in recent arti- cles, panel discussions and books as the ”˜ism’ that could, possibly, best describe the current disposi- tions of contemporary art. The name of the spectre is “post-internet art.”  Unlike, however, its counter- part that was released in the world by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848,  this contemporary spectre has not arrived in order to axiomatically change the established order of things; conceivably, it has arrived in order to support it.
- The term ”˜post-internet art’ is attributed to artist Marisa Olson. See Gene McHugh, Post Internet (Brescia: LINK Editions), 5.
- Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published The Manifesto of the Communist Party in London, on February 21, 1848.