Lecture by Maribel Casas and Sebastian Cobarrubias, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, within the framework of the The City Open Interface Conference held at Medialab-Prado on July 5 and 6, 2012.
Sixth monthly meeting of the workgroup of Move Commons, open to anyone interested (even if he/she didn’t come to the previous meetings). Move Commons is a webtool that allows volunteers to connect with social organizations that match their interests. If you’d like to know more about the initiative, you can find more info in the page about our first meeting or in the website http://movecommons.org
Move Commons is a project of the Comunes Collective.
Fifth work meeting of the project Kune, in the frame of the Commons Lab, and open to anyone interested (even if he/she didn’t attend the previous meeting). Kune is a free/libre federated social network focused on the collaborative work for groups, organizations and collectives. You can know more about it in http://kune.ourproject.org or try it out in http://kune.cc.
A two-day seminar explores the rise of new technologies and material practices of intervention in and appropriation of urban spaces. It aims to analyze the emerging reconfiguration of the social and infrastructural assemblages making-up cityscapes. In collaboration with the Spanish National Research Council. [live streaming]
In English without translation