Today, the struggles for open and democratic access is highly relevant – both for the the urban as well as the digital: we can see globally networked and yet diverse struggles towards the strengthening of digital and urban commons, which are contrasted and challenged by accelerating processes of privatization, control and profit-oriented development. This talk will elaborate on the interdependencies of the „right to the city“ and the “right to the internet” and show how we explore the space in-between DIY networking and critical urban practice in a current EU-research project.
Andreas Unteidig www.andreasunteidig.com
Marco Clausen www.prinzessinnengarten.net
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This interactive installation and hyper-local message feed is by Andreas Unteidig. Through an open WIFI network, users in reach of the wireless signal can send text messages with their smartphones, tablets or computers. These messages get printed immediately on a paper roll that runs in-between two translucent, black boxes and are transformed into a material stream of consciousness.
Radical Networks 2016. Brooklyn, NY
The Radical Networks conference brings together artists, educators, and technologists to discuss the future of alternative networks in the context of community. www.radicalnetworks.org
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