Tag - transdisciplinarity
tranzit is a unique network of civic associations working independently in the field of contemporary art in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania and across the borders of a wider Europe. Its main goal is to support and articulate emancipatory practices, establish connections between culture and society by moving across geographies, ge
Comment les artistes peuvent-ils s'organiser contre l'inégalité croissante amplifiée par les conditions pandémiques à l'échelle mondiale ? Art for Universal Basic Income - une campagne initiée par des artistes - fait converger les énergies avec les mouvements du monde entier qui remettent en cause les modes d'exploitati
The Atelier d'Architecture Autogérée, AAA, is a research and action platform that explores and develops spatial tactics and strategies with a strong ecological, social and political dimension at the level of the everyday.
AAA's work is rooted in local contexts and, at the same time, is connected to research netwo
NetHood (networks over the neighbourhood) is about bridging the digital with the physical space; sharing ideas and experiences; affirming differences; claiming our right to the hybrid city; co-creating local solutions for local needs.
NetHood is a research unit based in Zurich, Switzerland, founded in January 2015 as a nonprofit organi
Remix the commons is an open and intercultural collective for sharing, co-creating and remixing documents and projects and initiatives of commoning.
You are welcome to visit Remix the Commons website to find out more!
Tools for acting, thinking, learning and organising by commoning
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We organize workshops of digital self-defense and hacker pedagogy, convivial informatics for girls, boys, children, affinity groups, geeks and for all those who are curious.
«Les métamorphoses de Circe disent que la connaissance est à l’image de l’affect»
C.I.R.C.E. develops an educative model to criticize what we call “Technologies of Domination”. Our approach is based on experiential learning to reflect on relationships with digital tools, especially the mass digital tools that people use as “natural” part of life.