Image shows a sticker on Tim Berners Lee’s Server at CERN which reads ‘This machine is a server. Do not power it down!!’. Image supplied by the group.

THIS CONVERSATION IS A SERVER

24TH SEPTEMBER 2020 7-8.30 PM (BST)

Organising in digital space: From decentralisation to distribution
Zoom conversation event with live Etherpad discussion with Colm Guo-Lin Peare, Kate Frances Lingard and Rebecca Gill


Drawing from chatrooms and forums where knowledge is exchanged in non-expert networks, to share ideas and learn together about digital modes of decentralisation, the informal discussion will focus on possible exits from centralised online platforms, governance models enabled by peer-to-peer networks, and blockchain technology.

"This is not about searching for a utopia, but rather about seriously considering how the digital tools we use also use us."

MOVING IMAGE SALON ONLINE

15TH SEPTEMBER 2020 7-9 PM (BST)

Established in Spring 2019 by artists
Daniel & Clara, the Moving Image Salon is a regular gathering in London for artists working in the fields of moving image and experimental filmmaking. This salon, hosted online for the first time ever, will centre around an open discussion exploring how the pandemic and lockdown have affected the creativity, imagination and creative process of moving image makers.

Image shows a black background with a white X and text that reads 'MOVING IMAGE SALON ONLINE'.

Image supplied by Daniel & Clara.

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UNIVERSAL SPECIES REFERENDUM

 

8TH SEPTEMBER 2020 7-8 PM (BST)
An online workshop with 
Cerrato-Halls

What would the world look like if all species had the right to vote? 
Within this workshop we imagine what Universal Species Suffrage would look like if all species had not only the right to vote, but also the self determinism, value, and agency through a fair and free electoral system.

Image shows 5 horizontal cylinders - yellow, purple, blue, green, red - and text reads 'UNIVERSAL SPECIES REFERENDUM'.

Image supplied by Cerrato-Halls.