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Artists as commoners in the years of indebtedness

as published in  Art of Indebtedness, Springerin 4/13   Introduction This “strange sensation of living in a society without time, without possibility, without foreseeable rupture, is debt” Lazzarato writes (2011: 35). Debt relies on promises being made between debtors and creditors which establish power relationships not only for the present but also for the future.  […]

Mapping the Urban Commons

A new representation system for cities through the lens of the commons [as published in Hybrid City II: Subtle rEvolutions proceedings (ed.D.Charitos, I.Theona, D.Dragona. C.Rizopoulos), University Research of Applied Communication, Athens, 2013] by Demitri Delinikolas, Daphne Dragona Department of Communication and Media Studies National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Athens, Greece Pablo de Soto MediaLab […]

Digital Culture in times of crisis: Identities, markets, resistance (2012)

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Mapping the Commons, Athens (2010)

Mapping the Commons, Athens is a collective study, a contemporary reading and an open cartography of Athens and its special dynamic. In a difficult financial period in which the contemporary metropolis seems restless and vulnerable, the Hackitectura collective in collaboration with an interdisciplinary group of young researchers and students seeked for, examined and documented the […]

Mapping the Commons, Athens

Mapping the Commons, Athens is a collective study, a contemporary reading and an open cartography of Athens and its special dynamic. In a difficult financial period in which the contemporary metropolis seems restless and vulnerable, the Hackitectura collective in collaboration with an interdisciplinary group of young researchers and students seeked for, examined and documented the […]

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Esse, Nosse, Posse: Common Wealth for Common People (2010)

The network society and especially the internet culture of the last twenty years has changed our mode of working, communicating and living. The numerous and continuously evolving digital networks of people, institutions, movements and organisatations have been based on the new possibilities of technology  but have also given birth to new forms of economy and […]