Perform your Immaterial Labor today!
Teaser website for the 2016 edition of the Hackers & Designers Summer Academy. The program centers around the controversial topic of immaterial labor, and the effects digital economies have on our current techno-society, – an on-going discussion at stake in both design/art and developer practices. H&D engages this year’s summer academy participants to go into discussion and critically reflect on their (digital) activities that exist outside/alongside the traditional wage-based definition of labor. What does it mean for the future of our practices to contribute to creative commons and open source projects, to self-initiate, to organize communities, to promote and publish on social networks, to perpetually generate content, to evolve multiple identities as bloggers, vloggers, mojo contributors…?
Website in collaboration with Hackers & Designers, Finn and Rens.
Moneylab #3 – Failing Better
A collective attempt to fail better with artists, critics and activists that are all feeling the pinch.
Amsterdam, December 1 & 2, 2016
#HDSA2015 Documentation: Web to print
Hackers & Designers – Smart & Poor
Post Perdu: Poemsorting 2015-2016
Post Perdu: Verloren gegevens – Lost data – 2014-2015
Post Perdu is a monthly mailing by Perdu, podium and bookstore for experimental Dutch poetry. The English translation of Perdu is “Lost”. On every post card I show lost data, found on Google Street view. These flaws of technology are creating new cohesions and new visual narratives. Every months the card is printed on different paper. Amsterdam 2014–2015
Friendship and friendliness
Supporters and regular visitors can purchase a “vriendschap” with Perdu, a friendship, materizalized in a businesscard-sized card from beer coaster material, – substantial, stiff and light.
Books – boeken – Bücher
There is no such thing as an innocent reading
Read-in is a collective of artist, who are investigating the possibilities of collective instant reading sessions in other peoples homes. This workbook, was used for a workshop and collective memorizing session in occasion of the exhibition Made in Commons and Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam in January 2014.