Cross-readings along the axes of spaces:

Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
Women and queer persons have the right to code, design, adapt and critically and sustainably use ICTs and reclaim technology as a platform for creativity and expression, as well as to challenge the cultures of sexism and discrimination in all spaces.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
The internet is a space where social norms are negotiated, performed and imposed, often in an extension of other spaces shaped by patriarchy and heteronormativity.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
Our struggle for a feminist internet is one that forms part of a continuum of our resistance in other spaces, public, private and in-between.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
We believe in challenging the patriarchal spaces and processes that control internet governance, as well as putting more feminists and queers at the decision-making tables.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
0x13 The potential of early, text-based internet culture for countering repressive gender regimes, generating solidarity among marginalised groups, and creating new spaces for experimentation that ignited cyberfeminism in the nineties has clearly waned in the twenty-first century.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
In affirming a future untethered to the repetition of the present, we militate for ampliative capacities, for spaces of freedom with a richer geometry than the aisle, the assembly line, and the feed.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
No objects, spaces, or bodies are sacred in themselves; any component can be interfaced with any other if the proper standard, the proper code, can be constructed for processing signals in a common language.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
I prefer a network ideological image, suggesting the profusion of spaces and identities and the permeability of boundaries in the personal body and in the body politic.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Each of these idealized spaces is logically and practically implied in every other locus, perhaps analogous to a holographic photograph.