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To face the current economical crisis means to question dualistic perspectives such as capitalism vs anti-capitalism as well as to imagine a sustainable network of values in which accumulation of growth and precarity are substituted by a grassroots ecology of sharing built on an increasing capacity for sociability. This event presents two sets of projects which question the notion of capitalism through direct intervention and collective reflections proposing an exodus from proprietary money and trade regulation through distributed commons and practices of social networking.
In Part 1: What Capitalism? Steve Lambert (us) and Daniel Garcia Andujar (es) show how one can critique the concept of capitalism in times of crisis through direct interventions and ludic practices. Elanor Colleoni (it/dk) will act as respondent.
In Part 2: Hacking Finance, Rethinking Trade presentations by Jaromil (it/nl), Kate Rich (uk) and Shintaro Miyazaki (jp/de) carve out trade routes across business, art and social interaction, looking beyond financial catastrophes towards a new ecology of money. Elanor Colleoni will continue to be present as respondent.