[spectre] MoneyLab #8 - Minting a Fair Society // Care: Solidarity is Disobedience

Marcela Okretič marcela at aksioma.org
Sun May 31 18:57:32 CEST 2020

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MoneyLab #8
Minting a Fair Society



Critical thinkers, artists, researchers, activists, and geeks 

in search of other economies and financial discourses for a fair society.

STREAM #4 / Monday, 1 June 2020 at 5 pm CET

Care: Solidarity is Disobedience

With Pirate Care / Tomislav Medak, Cassie Thornton, Maddalena Fragnito

Moderated by Davor Mišković


Neoliberal policies have re-organised the basic care provisions previously
considered cornerstones of democratic life - healthcare, housing, access to
knowledge, right to asylum, freedom of mobility, social benefits, etc. -
turning them into tools for surveilling, excluding and punishing the most
vulnerable, reframing the family unit as the sole bearer of responsibility
for dependents. In the light of these processes, a growing wave of
initiatives has been questioning the political and economic framework of
care and experimenting with its collective reorganisation. On this panel,
Tomislav Medak will present the research project Pirate Care
<https://pirate.care/>  that is gathering diverse self-organised care
practices currently opposing the criminalisation of solidarity and
prefiguring models for commoning care infrastructures. Cassie Thornton, of
the Feminist Economics Department <http://feministeconomicsdepartment.com/>
(the FED), will discuss The Hologram
<http://feministeconomicsdepartment.com/hologram/> , a three-person health
monitoring and diagnostic system practised from couches all over the world,
on the phone and by many names, to produce a three-dimensional image of each
participant's physical, psychic and social health, based on one of the free,
experimental care models developed by health workers at Social Solidarity
Clinics in Greece during the height of the financial and refugee crisis.
Maddalena Fragnito will present the experience of Soprasotto
<http://soprasottomilano.it/> , a parent-managed kindergarten based in Milan
since 2013. She will discuss the concept of "commoning care" by comparing
its specificities to the market-oriented "techno-solutionist" hope on
digital technologies in order to help society address the reorganisation of
care needs.




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Organised and produced by: Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Art,
Ljubljana, 2020
For the series:  <https://aksioma.org/tactics.practice/> Tactics & Practice
In the frame of:  <https://kons-platforma.org/> konS - Platform for
Contemporary Investigative Art
In collaboration with:  <https://www.kinosiska.si/en/> Kino Šiška - Centre
for Urban Culture and  <https://www.kinosiska.si/en/> Institute of Network
Cultures / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
In partnership with: <https://rijeka2020.eu/en/>  Rijeka ECoC 2020 and
<https://www.ufg.at/Master-Programme.1594+M52087573ab0.0.html> Interface
Cultures Department / Kunstuniversität Linz
Media partners: Neural magazine, We Make Money Not Art, TAM-TAM, Radio


The project konS - Platform for Contemporary Investigative Art was chosen on
the public call for the selection of the operations "Network of
Investigative Art and Culture Centres". 

The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and by the
European Regional Development Fund of the European Union.



Marcela Okretič

Aksioma | Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

Jakopičeva 11, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia


Aksioma | Project Space

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e-mail: marcela at aksioma.org <mailto:marcela at aksioma.org> 

www.aksioma.org <http://www.aksioma.org> 



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