Netzrauschen #022 | Creative activism = Cativism

  • Netzrauschen #022 | Creative activism = Cativism
30:00 Min.
Netzrauschen #029 | Tiago Martins on AR[t]chive
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Netzrauschen #028 | Buttonfestival 2023
36:34 Min.
Worklab 2023 - conversation with Nicholas Crockford (Tactical Tech) on funding application
1 Std. 50 Sek.
Worklab 2023 - Fabricio Lamoncha on ‘Digital Weeds - Interstitial Interfaces’
1 Std. 05:45 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Valentina Pettinger, Nina Hoffer TypInfrauenschreiben*wiki (NOWA)
59:12 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Jean-Frédéric Berthelot on ‘Describing video games, the Wikidata way’
33:11 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Martin Nadal on ‘Obfuscating our presence / parasitizing infrastructures’
48:47 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Karl Voit (Life Hacker) on ‘the art of organizing yourself and your data’
42:49 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Andreas Zingerle on MAYAN electronic document management system
27:38 Min.
Worklab 2023 - Evelyn Tschernko and Sebastián Palacios on three artistic archiving strategies

In this episode of Netzrauschen Andreas interviews Wouter Moraal, an artist, designer and cybersecurity consultant from the Netherlands, who was visiting Graz to participate in this years mur-worklab. He presents his speculative fiction cardgame „Cativism“, talks about his activist past with „Bits off Freedom“ and Accessnow in Brussels and we discuss how Permaculture principles can be applied to creative actions. Find more worklab related talks and interviews in the CBA archive.

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Links zur Sendung:

List of Non-Violent Methods in ‚Dictatorship to Democracy‘ from Gene Sharp

The Path of Most Resistance: A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning Nonviolent Campaigns – Ivan Marovic

Blueprint for Revolution: how to use rice pudding, Lego men, and other nonviolent techniques to galvanize communities, overthrow dictators, or simply change the world – Srdja Popovic

Center for Applied NonViolent Actions and Strategies

Beautiful Trouble tactics

The work of Wouter Moraal was realised within the framework of a European Media Art Platform residency program at Werkleitz, co-funded by the European Union. This presentation was co-funded by Ars Electronica.

Gestaltung: Andreas Zingerle

Ton & Signation: Gernot Tutner

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