2020

forschen & experimentieren

How do thoughts and knowledge spread through a network? At which speed do ideas flourish at their best? And which routes will they take to reach individuals and groups of a distributed and undefined community of intents?

A Nourishing Network is an online-offline publication project that aims at documenting and distributing current research done by the network of artists, activists and programmers that collaborate with the Austrian net culture initiative servus.at.

vernetzen & unterstützen

Migration, Media, Governance: Advanced Practices (10 & 11 June, 2020)
This event is organized by Adnan Hadzi (Department of Digital Arts Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences University of Malta)
servus.at supports the virtual summer school through an independent server infrastructure (Big Blue Button, and other resources, such as collaborative writing tools and cloud hosting)

forschen & experimentieren

AMRO is a biennial community festival in Linz that explores and discusses new challenges between digital culture, art, everyday life, education, politics and activism. The 2020 edition of the AMRO festival aims at discussing topics such as climate and other emergencies, sustainability of the infrastructure and in general the “centripetal” and “centrifugal” dynamics of acceleration visible in contemporary society and in the networks in which production of technologies happens.

Event: Wed. 20.05.- Sat. 23.05.2020
Where? online! see: www.radical-openness.org/2020

bilden & verbreiten

We are all confronted with digital technology on a daily basis. Many people are aware that the use of computers and smartphones in the age of complete networking requires critical behaviour. Nevertheless, many people often lack the means to act and/or detailed technical knowledge about the stumbling blocks that technology entails.
The teaching of technical skills through workshops always takes place in the context of socio-political issues.

forschen & experimentieren

Sujet exhibition "Recalculating"

In January 2020 Servus.at was cooperation partner of the third edition of the project "Mind the Gap", entitled "Recalculating. Computing territories and their analog actuators“, and curated by servus.at program developer Davide Bevilacqua. In the project three artists from the servus community were featured: Sofia Braga, Emilio Vavarella and KairUs, a collective of the artists Linda Kronman and Andreas Zingerle.