LINZ FMR 19: Art in digital contexts and public spaces

LINZ FMR is a biennial format for art in digital contexts and public spaces. The first edition will take place at the end of March 2019 in Linz, Austria.

The heart of the format is an exhibition in public and open space with works by international and local artists who deal with art in digital contexts. A supporting program with walks, lectures, films, concerts and discussions will accompany the exhibition, to reflect on new approaches, working methods and developments related to art in digital contexts.

Workshop: "From the democratization of cryptography to the appearance of cryptocurrencies"

Image: "Economy, Knowledge and Surveillance in the Age of the Cryptocene", by Cesar Escudero Andaluz and Martin Nadal

Workshop with Martín Nadal and César Escudero Andaluz.

Economy, Knowledge and Surveillance have been placed at the service of production, describing a new expression of power generated by the accumulation of information in the networked world. This historical context of relations between intellectual property, piracy, consumption goods and homogeneity of money is counterbalanced by cultural movements and communities defending the open society, proposing free access to information and speculating with non-monetary futures.

Workshop: "From the democratization of cryptography to the appearance of cryptocurrencies"

Image: "Economy, Knowledge and Surveillance in the Age of the Cryptocene", by Cesar Escudero Andaluz and Martin Nadal

Workshop von Martín Nadal und César Escudero Andaluz.

Wirtschaft, Wissen und Überwachung wurden in den Dienst der Produktion gestellt und beschreiben einen neuen Ausdruck von Macht, der durch die Ansammlung von Informationen in der vernetzten Welt entsteht. Dieser historische Kontext der Beziehungen zwischen geistigem Eigentum, Piraterie, Konsumgütern und Homogenität des Geldes wird durch kulturelle Bewegungen und Gemeinschaften ausgeglichen, die die offene Gesellschaft verteidigen, den freien Zugang zu Informationen vorschlagen und mit nicht-monetären Zukünften spekulieren.

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