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 >> Communication Guerrilla Revisited

Provoking ambiguity and confusion in collective imagination, communication guerrilla promotes a radical use of fiction which strains the mechanism of ideology and social control.

But what happens to subversion of mass culture when it hits a networked society? Do impostors, heroes and trolls have anything at all to do with social change? How is pranksterism evolving in the era of cynicism, information overload and digital disorder?

Inspired by the 10-years experience of the Barcelona-based The Influencers festival, Communication Guerrilla Revisited is an open conversation through images and real stories (believe it or not) presented by Bani Brusadin, researcher, activist and founder of The Influencers.

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Provoking ambiguity and confusion in collective imagination, communication guerrilla promotes a radical use of fiction which strains the mechanism of ideology and social control.

But what happens to subversion of mass culture when it hits a networked society? Do impostors, heroes and trolls have anything at all to do with social change? How is pranksterism evolving in the era of cynicism, information overload and digital disorder?

Inspired by the 10-years experience of the Barcelona-based The Influencers festival, Communication Guerrilla Revisited is an open conversation through images and real stories (believe it or not) presented by Bani Brusadin, researcher, activist and founder of The Influencers.

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  >>  Upcoming events

  • Crypto Design

    From 6 to 7 March 2018

    Workshop and series of lectures
    Curated by the Institute of Network Cultures (NL)

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    LECTURES
    TUE, 6 March 2018, Room 118

    10:00–10:15 - Introduction
    10:15–11:00 - Patricia de Vries: Masks and Camouflage as Artistic Cryptographic Strategies, lecture
    11:00–12:00 - Anthony van der Meer: A Guided Tour Through the Clear, Deep and Dark Web, interactive talk
    12:00–12:30 - Tim Brouwer: Cryptographic Collectibles: the Materiality of Cryptography, presentation
    12:30–13:00 - Wrap up and Q&A

    Lectures are open to general public. FREE ENTRANCE!

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    WORKSHOP
    Loes Bogers: Crypto Design Workshop

    TUE, 6 March 2018, 15:00–19:00
    WED, 7 March 2018, 15:00–20:00
    Room 311

    Workshop is limited to 16 participants. Free of charge.
    Subscription required. Participants will be selected based on a short motivational letter. Apply on the link below and tell us why you think you will benefit from the workshop.

    https://goo.gl/forms/ZaItci1j90kHFgFq2

    Deadline for submission: WED, 28 February 2018, 12 AM

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    ALUO - Department for Visual Communication
    Dolenjska 83, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia