20. 5., 27. 5. and 10. 6. three events with discussions: Digital Solidarity Networks - How can we reconfigure digital networks across timelines and communities?
Notions of scale, usability, collectivity and agency play an important role in generating possibilities for self-determination in an attempt to imagine technological infrastructures differently. How can collective networks of solidarity be formed that don't rely on data extractivist models, reconsider the figure of the user, and can be adapted to the specificities of each situation? How does this all co-shape our everyday life and cultural events? In this presentation, Dušan Barok will briefly discuss their genealogies, varieties and dilemmas.