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[Nettime-nl] Announcement MoneyLab#2: Economies of dissent
V .R. van de Nieuwenhof on Thu, 10 Sep 2015 14:02:58 +0200 (CEST)


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[Nettime-nl] Announcement MoneyLab#2: Economies of dissent


> MONEYLAB#2: ECONOMIES OF DISSENT
> Talks, art & workshops on economic empowerment
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> Thursday 3 & Friday 4 December 2015, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam
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> The Institute of Network Cultures presents MONEYLAB#2: ECONOMIES OF DISSENT â an international symposium hosting artists, activists, programmers and academics that probe, challenge and hack todayâs global economy.
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> What political imperatives shape the economy of dissent? What different views on the redistribution of wealth and the exchange of value are out there? How can we re-design our financial infrastructures?
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> The important first steps are being taken beyond moral outrage and towards systemic interventions in the global austerity economy. We witness an impressive amount of financial counter-concepts, works of art, digital currencies, tools and hacks giving shape to an emerging economy of dissent. This economy operates across borders, on different scales, from sole acts of defiance to a sovereign âoxiâ, and is expressed variously as: strategy, circumvention, innovation, visualization, and making-do.
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> Two days of talks, performances, and workshops provide a stage for a variety of financial interventions such as visualizations of shadow economies, a guidebook how to extort money from banks, Robin Hood-style financial hacks, peer-to-peer insurance companies, financial leak platforms, and blockchain initiatives for the commons.
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> Confirmed speakers
> Robert van Boeschoten / Enric Duran / Eduard de Jong / Primavera De Filippi / / Nuria Guell / David Golumbia / Femke Herregraven / Max Haiven / Cecile Landman / Silvio Lorusso / Rachel Oâ Dwyer / Paul Radu / Jip de Ridder / Robin Hood Minor Asset Management / Lena Rethel / Stephanie Rothenberg / Brett Scott
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> Partners
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> Robin Hood Asset Management // CommonEasy
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> Practical information and tickets
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> http://networkcultures.org/moneylab <http://networkcultures.org/moneylab>
> Tickets: â 30 per day incl. lunch / â 60 passe-partout incl. lunch / Students 50% discount, incl lunch
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> Tickets can be bought here: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-moneylab2-economies-of-dissent-17047088300 <https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-moneylab2-economies-of-dissent-17047088300>
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> MoneyLab is an initiative of the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, CREATE-IT, Amsterdam Center of Expertise, and the Amsterdam Creative Industries Network. 
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> Vera van de Nieuwenhof, BA
> Institute of Network Cultures
> Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences | HvA
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