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Actors and collectives related with Platoniq's philosophy and practice who collaborated or are still collaborating with us. Thanks to Contributors, Youcoop's ecosystem is sustainable and its field of action is always full of new ideas.
"Samedies, Femmes et Logiciels Libres"

Constant

Published on 01/13/2009 - Contributors

Co-LearningCommunities / NetworksTecnology reappropiationAnalogies of digital

Participate in: Aprendizaje y uso de software libre por y para mujeres, Legal Performance

Constant is a group of artists based in Brussels. They link theoretical thinking, critical use of new technologies, artistic behaviour and political debate on the Internet, while they also organize workshops, conferences and exhibitions in public spaces. The main issues they deal with are: open... Read more
"Samedies, Femmes et Logiciels Libres"

Laurence Rassel

Published on 01/13/2009 - Contributors

Co-LearningCommunities / NetworksTecnology reappropiation

Participate in: Aprendizaje y uso de software libre por y para mujeres

Within the frame of Constant, Laurence Rassel has organized several events and has undertaken projects in the short and long term. Some of these projects are: Jonctions, an international multimedia festival (9 years); Digitales (4 years); an artistic and social project developed in a training center for women, which now... Read more
Commons Lab. BCK 2008

Antonio Lafuente

Published on 01/13/2009 - Contributors

Co-LearningSelf-managementCommunities / NetworksAnalogies of digital

Participate in: A Lab without walls

Antonio Lafuente (born in Granada) is a researcher at the Center for Humanities and Social Sciences at CSIC in the area of Studies of Science. He has worked in the colonial expansion of science and the relationship between science, its audience and lay knowledge. More recently, he has investigated the relationship between technology and commons, as well... Read more
Enric Senabre
eCreative 2015
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eCreative 2015

The aim of the Europeana Creative Design Challenge is to engage designers, artists, developers and entrepreneurs to explore and experiment with with cultural heritage content available in Europeana. We challenge ingenious minds and makers to rethink and redesign our common culture, and produce innovative and novel interpretations that make use of digital cultural content and data sourced from Europeana.

The challenge opened on the 30th October 2014 and online submissions are welcome until 15th January, 2015

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