Reclaim the web!

Saturday, 1 December 2018 | 12:30 - 18:00
Reclaim the web!

Our 3 guests

Zenna Fiscella

Zenna has a background in autonomous activism as well as a 7 year history working with the international network of digital fabrication labs, FabLabs. Her interests in technology were sparked at the anarchist culture center Utkanten in Malmö around 2008 where she found the hackerspace Forskningsavdelningen. Since then she has run a lab at Lund University and Coordinated the Nordic FabLabs collaborative project FabCraft. Currently she is engaging with Scuttlebutt where she writes funding applications and will start school at KaosPilots this fall. Her hobbies include enabling hedonism and making things. 

Raphaël Bastide

Raphaël Bastide is an artist and instructor living in Paris. His projects include installations, sculptures, websites and digital programmes. His sculptural work takes the form of installations or instruments, focusing on making conceptual models inspired by programs, languages, and software. He recently exhibited a work based on the P2P web at Rinomina, Paris in collaboration with Louise Drulhe. He teaches digital media at Parsons Paris and HfG Karlsruhe, Germany, as a guest instructor. His last solo show at 22 Rue Muller, Paris, showed his last researches about musical groove and computer program’s languages and documentation. Free/open source software enthusiast and maker, he is involved in several collectives related to free culture, design, and typography.

Hunor Karamán

Hunor is a developer and peer-to-peer enthusiast. HTTP web-developer in the day, DAT dev in the night, he experiments with tools and solutions for the peer-to-peer web to fight for a better, healthier internet. He's a peer.