Aesthetics of Common Participation and Networking Enterprises

Some notes extracted from a paper written for the Conference “Interweaving Technologies. The Aesthetics of Digital Urban Living”, Aarhus, Denmark, April 22nd, 2010. In the last half of…

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If You Can’t Hack ’em, Absorb ’em, or the Endless Dance of the Corporate Revolution

Essay by Tatiana Bazzichelli: “If You Can’t Hack ’em, Absorb ’em or the Endless Dance of the Corporate Revolution”, published in Concept Store nr. 3, journal by Arnolfini…

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NetStArt/Column on social media, hacking and art on Punto Informatico

Last July I started my collaboration with Punto Informatico (“Informatic spot”), with the column “NetStArt”, on social networking, hacking and art. NeStArt as a starting point after the…

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Event, Signal, Affect. The ‘Signaletic’ Event in Art, Culture and Politics

Conference-Colloquium, Aarhus University, June 12 &14, 2010, ADA building, room 333. This conference-colloquium at the Humanistic Faculty, Aarhus University, will relate to the widespread use of the concepts…

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Research Seminar on the Disruptive Art of Business

Last May 21st, I ran a seminar together with Geoff Cox on the intersections between art, business and activism, at Aarhus University. The seminar, as part of the…

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Interweaving Workshops – Notes & Photos

From the workshops Psychogeographics Aarhus by Martin Howse (UK/DE) and Wi-Fi cracking workshop by Gordan Savicic (AU/NL). After the previous common experience in Peenemünde (Germany), and in Bergen…

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Kick-off night for the new Hackerspace in Aarhus!

Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 5:00pm – 7:00pm. SpringLab, Finlandsgade 24A, Aarhus. Yesterday was the opening night of Hack Århus, the new hacker space in the city of Århus….

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Report: Meeting on Hackerspaces with Jake Appelbaum

The meeting with Jake Appelbaum was a very nice opportunity of gathering students, researchers and interesting ‘geeks’. The discussion was quite alive and based on sharing of experience…

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