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Exhibition: OPEN SCORES
OPEN SCORES. How to program the Commons
Panayotis Antoniadis and Mazi & Nethood
Nethood Nethood is a Zurich based non-proft organization working on and with communities, cooperations on tools and infrastructure for community-driven
Openki is an open educational platform. Openki exist since early 2015 under its current name, but it grew our of
Goteo is a crowdfunding platform centering on crowd benefits, based in Barcelona. Goteo supports projects that generate a collective return,
Femke Snelting works as artist and designer, developing projects at the intersection of design, feminism, and free software. In various
Michel Murtaugh and Active Archives
“An Active Archive is not a black box with a Download button, it is information reconfigured.“ Active Archives is an
Eva Weinmayr and AND Publishing
AND Publishing is an alternative publishing initiative based in London. It was founded by Lynn Harris and Eva Weinmayr in
Spideralex and feminist infrastructures
Spideralex is a sociologist and holds a doctorate in social economy. She is the founder of the catalan cyberfeminist collective
Z. Blace is (in+)consistently working (in-)between fields of contemporary culture and arts, digital technology and media, community sports and activism.
Tactical Technology Collective, Berlin
Tactical Tech provides information, tools and knowledge for activists, technologists and engaged citizens on the use of information technology.
Mz Baltazar’s Laboratory, Vienna
Mz Baltazar’s Laboratory is a trans*feminist collective of artists and researchers, founded 2008 in Vienna.
Furtherfield is an artist run space founded in 1996 by Ruth Catlow and Marc Garret in London.
Dock18 – Institut für Medienkulturen, Zurich
Dock18 is a cultural organisation founded 2005 in Zurich.
Constant is an artist-run organisation founded 1997 in Brussels.
Ubu is a web repository for avantgarde art, founded by poet Kenneth Goldsmith in 1996.
Monoskop is a wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities.
memory of the world
Memory of the World is a network of interconnected shadow libraries, each maintained locally and independently from the others.
0xDB is an experimental – and to some degree imaginary – movie database. It is intended to help rethink the future of cinema on the Internet.
AAAARG is a conversation platform – at different times it performs as a school, or a reading group, or a journal.