Daniel García Andújar is a visual media artist, activist and art theorist from Spain that lives and works in Barcelona.
Particularly in the je regarde pour les femmes, à quito, pour relation à long terme context where science has increasingly tied this self-representation to economic performance and made its complex processes appear trivial to garner public acceptance.
It currently reaches an audience of around 1m and raise around 30,000 per-film in direct audience sponsorship.
Common good, public Engagement.The sea, the Chic-Choc Mountains and lots of powder snow, the perfect combination to enjoy your favorite winter sports!Percé, Québec G0C 2L0, website.Marcell Mars is one of the founders of Multimedia Institute mi2 and lture club mama in Zagreb.Producer of the steal this film series, which has been downloaded over 6m times via P2P, the film played its part in the emergence of discussions around new models for distributing cultural works online.And it is one of the major challenges in the way science portrays itself to the public.In this stimulating opinion piece, Lorenzo Fioramonti, director of the Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation, in South Africa, shares his vision about creating a highly integrated horizontal economic system.With Omar Khan and Mark Shepard, he edited the Situated Technologies series of 9 books and, with Geert Lovink, The Art of Free Cooperation (Autonomedia, 2007).Common good common resource creative commons Open Access open innovation ecosystem Open source This post was viewed 214 times.Die Avantgarde im Rückspiegel (2004).In this exclusive interview with EuroScientist, John Ioannidis, professor of medicine, health research and policy, and statistics at Stanford University, California, USA, who is best known for his work on biases that pervade research and on how to improve research methods and practices, talks about.He is the founder of the Institute for Distributed Creativity known for its online discussions of critical network culture.She has curated many exhibitions, has been teaching at universities and art academies, and has lectured and published internationally.See details, museums and historic sites, musée de la Gaspésie et monument à Jacques-Cartier.Science in society 25 November, 2015, euroScientist 2 Comments, our democracies have bugs, lack user-friendly features and under-perform.His first book Mashup Praise of copying was published (in german) in the year 2011.
NEW intermediaries Jamie King has a background in writing and academia, a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Southampton, was editor at Mute Magazine and a writer for ITN.Leela is fascinated with the creative energy and cultural freedom within the digital sphere.He published in 2001 Quitter la Gravité, the french anthology on the Association of Autonomous Astronauts.She is member of Constant, a Brussels based association for Art and Media.Her PhD thesis is devoted to an analysis of issues of plagiarism (and the fight against it) in the current literary field (see: Copyright Matters: Imitation, Creativity and Authenticity in Contemporary Chinese Literature, Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 2010, and Reich der Fälscher oder Land der Kreativen? .The Chaleur Bay 36, route d'Escuminac Flats, escuminac, Québec G0C 1N0, website.Don't forget to try Gaspésie winter comfort food, to savour together with friends, with the pleasure of snuggling by the fire.Femke co-initiated the design- and research team Open Source Publishing (OSP) and is currently coordinating the Libre Graphics Research Unit, a network of four European medialabs that investigates the many interrelations between tools and practice.Common good, funding replicability reproducibility research drivers, research method, this post was viewed 273 times.Hes been involved in several performance art projects with Soopa Collective and others.His forthcoming monograph with Polity offers a history of the Social Web and its Orwellian economies.
Funding THE commons, olivier Schulbaum realizes projects, where the social uses of ICTs and networking are applied to enhance communication, self-training, social entrepreneurship, and citizens organisation.
In 2003, he received with the Acoustic Space Lab collective the Leonardo New Horizons Award for their project around the conversion of a former soviet giant radiotelescope in Latvia.