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WIKIMEDIA

WIKIMEDIA

A Free Knowledge Movement Do you have that bad impression about Wikipedia? So had I. At university we are not allowed to use it as a reference, and normally when you ask your friends’s opinion he/she will say something like “Oh that thing where anyone can write and change?! Nah that’s not really reliable”. The truth … Continue reading

Postdigital Encounters

Postdigital Encounters

Last Friday, on the 24th of June several media practitioners, researchers and academics joined the Post-digital Encounters, an one-day symposium that asked “are we postigital yet?”. The event explored how the new digital technology era has influenced creativity and media practice. Educational perspectives, research and media practice projects were presented, and even a QR workshop … Continue reading

Future Artists’ model & Invisible circus film

Future Artists’ model & Invisible circus film

Finally… finally I watched the incredible documentary “Invisible Circus – No dress Rehearsal” by Naomi Smyth. Some weeks ago I went to a Future Artists talk in the Watershed at Bristol. Here I was introduced to the breathtaking film – Invisible Circus, the documentary, as a first experiment within a new model to distribute indy … Continue reading

public Youtube screening confiscated

public Youtube screening confiscated

Six days ago took place a significant and polemic riot in STokes Croft street in Bristol, UK, against the recent opening of a new Tesco express store. In a neighbourhood where the local production and local commerce is a stamp and a believe, the big supermarket chain company, opened a new store on the 15th … Continue reading