Great to see "How to Fork a Book: The Radical Transformation of Publishing" by Mark Marino and Sarah Ciston - about their fork of Aesthetic Programming by me and Winnie Soon! https://markcmarino.medium.com/how-to-fork-a-book-the-radical-transformation-of-publishing-3e1f4a39a66c
I made a list here https://alpaca.lurk.org/resources/research-venues/
➠ <network> performance: Fri, 28 May, 19:00, live at https://panke.gallery/streaming
Part of #PAFBerlin 2021: https://performingarts-festival.de/en/program/flows-frommetoyou-myscreentoyours
flows = FROMMETOYOU(); MYSCREENTOYOURS(); w/ @renbotix now @PankeGallery - - - > https://www.panke.gallery/exhibition/flows-frommetoyou-myscreentoyours
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Join us online, Saturday, zaterdag, Σάββατο 13/03/2021
Location (online): will be announced soon
11:00-13:00 CET: workshop (to participate please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
13:00-14:30 CET: lunch break (open 'bar') 14:30-16:00 CET: discussion (public)
more info (also in NL and GR): https://varia.zone/en/fhm-servers-migrations.html
(The event will be in English)
The work session focuses on mailing lists, both technically and as a communication vehicle in our grassroots tech communities; how to install and migrate between an old and a new server, but also how we interact, do skill-sharing and assign technical tasks. (...) This workshop is co-hosted with @mara. Ιt is an online collaboration between Athens and Rotterdam.
The Feminist Hack Meetings (FHM), organised by @estragon, @anglk and @email@example.com, are a series of research meetings and workshops that explore the potentialities and imaginaries of feminist technological collectives (...)
This event is made possible with the kind support of the Creative Industries Fund NL
the Stage Is (a)Live —> https://geometries.xyz/theStageIsAlive/index.html <— originally created to be experienced @gnrationpt has moved online <—> we invite you to immerse on an algorithmic journey, that starts in your laptops and will take you as far as your imagination wishes to!
How can minimal technologies maximise a learning experience?
The session will be about, with and on an Etherpad.
13th of December 2020, 11:00-13:00
early experiments building a live coding environment for the collab project http://geometries.xyz thanks to the support of @StimuleerFonds
Come read with us online, this thursday evening, 23/07, 16:00 - 18:00 CEST. 📚
Varia is hosting two collective reading and conversation sessions. One will be online and one will be in our physical space, as a series of events to discuss matters of abolitionist technology & community-driven systems of accountability, while generating anonymous, consensual debris for stone throw, a temporary online work to share our resources and reflections. We sought texts that are talking about what we want to learn with and about, now.
For our first session we will read from Ruha Benjamin's Race After Technology, choosing chapter 5 Retooling Solidarity, Reimagining Justice to read together. In this chapter, Benjamin examines how practitioners, scholars, activists, artists, and students are working to resist and challenge the New Jim Code (a term Benjamin uses to connect discriminatory technology with past segregationist laws in the Southern states). This chapter also offers suggestions on how to contribute to an approach to technology that moves beyond accessing new products, to advocating for justice-oriented design practices.
Find out more here - http://varia.zone/en/rr-stone-throw-1.html
[http://joanachicau.com] graphic designer, coder, researcher, w/ background in choreography & performance.
Welcome to post.lurk.org, an instance for discussions around cultural freedom, experimental, new media art, net and computational culture, and things like that.