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Artists, activism and digital openness

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Presentation accompanying my FKFT participation.

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Artists, activism and digital openness

  1. 1. Artists, activism and digital openness Notes towards a methodology of teaching and promoting the use of the collaborative web, FOSS and standards, applied to artistic, cultural and third sector promotion by Jose Serralde ( Mexico) Free Knowledge, Free Technology Conference. Barcelona, 2008
  2. 3. cultural promotion?
  3. 4. CULTURE
  4. 5. /mankind
  5. 6. ../symbols
  6. 7. hd0, community hd1, group
  7. 8. ART?
  8. 9. (CC) AT-SA, LA DULCINEA – CRAVOS01 / Pina Bausch, Nielken.
  9. 10. (CC) AT-SA, SOCIALisBETTER - Britney
  10. 12. TECH FREEDOM
  11. 13. use deconstruct share
  12. 14. ART FREEDOM
  13. 15. (CC) AT-NC-SA, Cloois - Mozart eating pizza
  14. 16. transmission
  15. 17. through INFORMATION chunks
  16. 19. CULTURAL PROMOTION
  17. 20. P. Bourdieu
  18. 21. P. Bourdieu's CULTURAL OBJECT (since 1982)
  19. 22. creation production transmission
  20. 23. FREE TECH
  21. 24. generate transmit
  22. 26. (coming soon: the story behind the failure of a project)
  23. 27. provide teach
  24. 28. MEPART (Teaching artists on web best practices free software and digital openness since 2006)
  25. 29. The first workshop · Public institution promoted. · No emphasise on free software, free culture @ its promotional campaign.
  26. 30. 1. Numeric systems and transmission of culture (computer history) 2. Art forms and digital respresentation 3. Media creation and Internet standards (best practices)
  27. 31. creation production transmission
  28. 32. we selected transmission free software + standards can't help much elsewhere now
  29. 33. 1. Numeric systems and transmission of culture (computer history) 2. Art forms and digital respresentation 3. Media creation and Internet standards (best practices)
  30. 34. case studies
  31. 35. ngo start-up
  32. 36. (coming soon: the story behind the failure of a project)
  33. 38. festivals museums etc. The FLOSS Campaign @ the Festival Internacional Cervantino
  34. 39. + FLOSS = promotional nodes
  35. 40. questionaries open licences artists were (more open | careless) than I expected
  36. 41. s/inaertia//g ¿how?
  37. 43. proprietary software / formats interrupt the flow of cultural objects
  38. 44. forget web2.0 > rm 'cultural_promotion'; rm 'marketing_buzzwords' > touch 'web_best_practices'; touch 'knowledge_network' > touch 'metadata_at_artistic_audiovisual_files' > touch 'artforms_as_nodes_of_the_knowledge_network'
  39. 45. art + culture promotes itself @networks
  40. 46. THANK'S (CC) AT 2.5 - José María Serralde Ruiz, ver. 1.2 [email_address]

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