How can artists organize against the increasing inequality amplified by the pandemic conditions globally? Art for Universal Basic Income – a campaign initiated by artists – is converging energies with movements across the world challenging the market’s current modes of exploitation.
The Never-ending story of commoning a farmhouse in the lost farmlands. Looking back at Erfgoed (Agricultural Heritage and Land Use).
In a context of urgency due to Climate Change, C4R aims to strengthen the action of a wide range of actors (citizens, professionals of the creative and cultural sector, public administrations, local associations) working on environmental and urban resilience issues.
The C4R project aims to foster resilient and inclusive European societies by developing participatory cultural practices of resilience and ensuring social transversality.
Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons envisions better ways of living together through practicing art and the commons. Through co-exploration and study with collective art projects as well as organizational experiments, our projects grow from critical questions and radical imagination – forming community and together generating art and knowledge as common resources.
Remix the commons is an open and intercultural collective for sharing, co-creating and remixing documents and projects and initiatives of commoning.
C.I.R.C.E. develops an educative model to criticize what we call “Technologies of Domination”. Our approach is based on experiential learning to reflect on relationships with digital tools, especially the mass digital tools that people use as “natural” part of life.
We organize workshops of digital self-defense and hacker pedagogy, convivial informatics for girls, boys, children, affinity groups, geeks and for all those who are curious.
The Trans-European Resilience Research, Residency & Academy (TERRA) is a trans-local hub experimenting with new ways of living, producing, using, and being resilient connected to local traditions.
L200 is a collective space in a very central and visible locations in the city of Zurich, with an area of 75 sqm that may be flexibly organized for various uses throughout the day.
This web site is at the same time a short presentation of the C4R project and a testbed for the federated platform