April 10th, 2018
An international conference about identity and citizenship in the age of planetary-scale computation exploring the ways in which technology, art, and migration are changing the nation state. Who counts as a citizen? Where is home, when everything you have is online? How do you measure a melting border? And what might a community of the future look like?
March 21st, 2018
Geert Lovink's lecture Digital Money for All! The Politics and Aesthetics of Internet Revenue Models and presentation of the publication MoneyLab Reader 2: Overcoming the Hype in Poligon Creative Centre, Ljubljana, on April 17th.
June 6th, 2018
The lecture by Jean Peters (The Peng! Collective) at the conference Transnationalisms in Ljubljana
May 12th, 2018
The lecture by Denis Maksimov at the conference Transnationalisms in Ljubljana
A mysterious and controversial technology is among us: the blockchain. Constructed by unicorns piecing together the necessary building blocks of code, cryptography and incentives, it can lead humankind to Utopia, or to the Final Solution – the End.
Is the idea of society as the totality of individuals the only way of envisioning human sociality, or is it only a historically determined construct? What other dimensions emerge when we shift from thinking in terms of individuals to dividuals and their assembling into condividuals? Which are the political implications of this shift in the contemporary capitalism that already operates on a condividual level?