A shortlist of entries that represent the core interests of our community:
Posted by <DNR Community> on 2022-06-06
'Do Not Research 2021 - 2022' reproduces written works from the blog: 143 posts by 110 contributors in the past 11 months.
Posted by <DNR Community> on 2022-04-23
The first in person exhibition of the Do Not Research community.
Posted by <DNR Community> on 2022-07-10
Do Not Research presents a screening of video works that explore niche internet subcultures and the strange experience of being online today; queer furry militias, UFO’s, conspiracy theories, anonymous message boards and memetic transmission.
Posted by <Günseli Yalcinkaya> on 2023-02-23
Using the language of consumer culture
Posted by <Toniann Fernandez> on 2023-02-23
Imag(in)ing Digital Wilderness
Transcript from the DNR film program (09/22/22).
Transcript from the DNR film program (03/16/22).
Posted by <DNR Community> on 2022-10-15
A site-specific exhibition organized by Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe with Boo-Hooray.
A series of corporate guidelines leaked to the artists during their investigation into online content moderation.
Posted by <Sam Stewart> on 2022-10-15
Shoutout all the posters.
Posted by <Hamzat Raheem> on 2022-10-15
To the user who tried to interact with this from Lagos Nigeria, I’m sorry I tapped “This wasn’t me”.
A feature film about an E-Girl, a soy boy, and the horrors of fandom.
Posted by <Toniann Fernandez> on 2022-04-23
A reflection on the first IRL exhibition of work by the Do Not Research community.
Posted by <Holly O> on 2021-09-15
Holly Cow ruminates on the milk wars, casting light on the recent surge in popularity of alternative medicine and diet among the extremely-online
Posted by <DNR Community> on 2022-02-15
In the last 30 minutes of our final reading-group meeting covering Srnicek's Platform Capitalism, participants were encouraged to make an over-hyphenated-speculative scenario based on the themes of the book.
Posted by <Dana Greenleaf> on 2022-02-15
A short film that transforms the chat-room of a porn-forum into a techno-feudal court
Posted by <Filip Kostic> on 2021-08-15
Neoliberalism's Toughest Battles < Strongest Soldier Flip Kostic
Posted by <Nick Vyssotsky> on 2021-06-21
'La La La La (Inside An Empty Room My Inspiration Flows)' feels a bit like an indoctrination video that could have be used by MKultra or in the Ludovico Treatment, portraying a vision of the world defined by humanity's proximity to conflict, technology and precarity.
Posted by <Tomi Faison> on 2022-02-15
Is this socialism or do you want me to live in the pod and eat the bugs?
Posted by <Devin Thomas O'Shea> on 2021-09-15
In the lead-up to graduate school in 2016, /lit/ was a way of eavesdropping on pseudo-academic conversations which didn’t end up helping me much while studying. But, I got to know the board, and ever since I’ve wanted to write something about it—especially if this piece can thread the needle of not condoning bigotry while creating a sympathetic account of why this niche exists.
Posted by <Margo Bergamini> on 2021-04-05
What happens when the posture of the auto-didact reinforces a radical stance — when you read a book to better wage culture war?
Posted by <Abbey Pusz> on 2021-09-15
Sketchbook is a series of eight vertical video art pieces. These works explore the often contradictory spiritual desires of today, while foregrounding the radical political demands for a postcapitalist or post-work future.
Posted by <Joe Iovino> on 2022-02-15
Joe Iovino gives us a special tour of his collection of Neoliberal Children's Books.
Posted by <Jak Ritger> on 2021-09-15
In this report, Jak Ritger present three visualizations of how narrative, data and capital flow through digital information systems and offer strategies to subvert, detour or catalyze multi-directional liberation.
Posted by <Joshua Citarella> on 2021-09-15
This summer Joshua Citarella tried every internet folklore male improvement technique.
Posted by <Nate Sloan> on 2021-06-21
Do not kill the part of you that is cringe...
... kill the part that cringes.
Posted by <Poorspigga> on 2021-09-15
POV: you're a man and poorspigga's staring out the meme and somewhere past where you're sitting
Posted by <Societyiftextwall> on 2021-09-15
Societyiftextwall supplies us with some greenpilled postpromethean antiantiutopian propaganda.
Posted by <Matt L> on 2021-03-22
An analysis on the Starseed phenomenon, a spiritual community. While Starseeds are not directly related to Qanon, Matt L compares the two as biproducts of social alienation. Audio is available for this blog entry.