Post-digital Survival in the Creative City

Post-digital Survival in the Creative City

Date: 
30.01.2014 12:30
Festival edition: 
2014
Format: 
Conference
Location: 
HKW
K1

From dark nets to kiez nets, artists and activists work and think locally: defending their home zones in terms of rent, net access, privacy and politics.

Conceived by Diana McCarty & Pit Schultz and presented in cooperation with

From dark nets to kiez nets, artists and activists work and think locally: defending their home zones in terms of rent, net access, privacy and politics. An international working panel explores how going local is the new global trend and looks at the dark side of the myths of the creative city. How do these groups make and work with media - secure networks, blogs, radio, press, design - as part of the initiative?

Pit Schultz, backyard radio
remote control
Florian Wuest, Haben & Brauchen
RYBN.ORG
Anne Roth, tactical tech
Janos Sugar, intermedia

Moderator: Kay Meseberg

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