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Tatiana Bazzichelli on Tue, 8 Sep 2015 03:37:40 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> September 11-12: SAMIZDATA: Tactics and Strategies for Resistance


SAMIZDATA: Tactics and Strategies for Resistance
Conference by Disruption Network Lab

Locations:  Kunstquartier Bethanien, Studio 1, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin.
Schedule: Conference: 11th September (17.30-19.30), 12th September 2015 (15.00-17.00).
Details: http://www.disruptionlab.org/samizdata/
Admission: 5 Euro. In English language.

Fourth event of the Disruption Network Lab, directed by Tatiana
Bazzichelli in cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien. In
collaboration with: SAMIZDATA: Evidence of Conspiracy, Jacob Appelbaum's
first solo show in Germany, at NOME curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli

Speakers: Jacob Appelbaum (journalist, artist, and researcher, USA/DE);
Laura Poitras (journalist and filmmaker, USA); JÃrgen Johansen
(researcher and activist, Resistance Study Network, NO); Theresa ZÃger
(researcher, DE); Jaromil (hacktivist, Dyne.org, IT/NL); Sophie Toupin
(researcher and feminist techno/activist, CA); Valie Djordjevic (net
activist, iRights.info, DE).

By analysing tactics and strategies of resistance connected with the
"Snowden Affair" in physical and digital life, this conference event
brings together hackers, artists and critical thinkers, who apply and
work on the concept of social justice from different angles. The goal is
not to bring clear instructions, but to imagine possible alternatives
into the development of shared forms of post-digital resistance.

The conference programme involves journalists, artists, researchers and
activists who analyse whistleblowing from a critical perspective
bringing an insider critique of contemporary politics and state
surveillance networks. Furthermore, it reflects on the long-term
sustainability of whistleblowing practices, and the importance of
establishing networks of trust, to protect possible sources and
guarantee the rights of speaking out beyond fears, paranoia and the
politics of war.

This two-day event is in collaboration with SAMIZDATA: Evidence of
Conspiracy, Jacob Appelbaum's first solo show in Germany at NOME
(http://nomeproject.com). A series of colored infrared photos are shown
as Cibachrome prints: a critique of the progressive loss of liberty,
using analogue surveillance film to portrait people who are uncovering
surveillance itself. Opening: 10th September, 18:00.

Additional programme: Cryptoparty at SPEKTRUM: 12th September (18:00 +
open end bar, http://spektrumberlin.de/events/detail/cryptoparty.html).

More Information: Disruption Network Lab (www.disruptionlab.org)
Tatiana Bazzichelli (Artistic Director and Curator) tbazz (at)
disruptionlab.org
Daniela Silvestrin (Curator and Project Manager) daniela (at)
disruptionlab.org
Kim Voss (Production & Social Media) kim (at) disruptionlab.org

A project funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.
Supported by the Office of QuÃbec in Berlin (Vertretung der Regierung
von QuÃbec).
In cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien.
In collaboration with NOME Gallery, and SPEKTRUM art |science |community.
-- 
Tatiana Bazzichelli // Artistic Director
http://disruptionlab.org
http://networkingart.eu // http://disruptiv.biz
Twitter:  {AT} disruptberlin //  {AT} t_bazz
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