Alejandro Duque (Saas Fe) 5 November 2011

alejandro duque

15.15 – 15.45: Contested Zones

Alejo Duque

Pass the T.A.Z and driven by escalating discontent. Reclaiming not just the square but the will in field of operations that melds the acampadas through online infrastructures (lorea.org) for one. The so called community networks (Guifi.net) exemplify a case as on “how to” approach the vital free information infrastructure from within or be it also via pirated satellite transponders, p2p undernets. To cut the fiberoptic, jam, infect or decode. As a way to reclaim our most radical dystopias through a practice of a daily disobedient life. Cause it seems that there’s no other option left. Just push Reset!

One of the world’s leading open source data streaming wizards, Alejo Duque is a theorist, media activist, sound artist and frequency analyst based within the European Graduate School in Switzerland. He is a co-founder and active member of networks such as Bricolabs and Dorkbot with both a passion and direction in creating ‘real’ network communities independent of geographic or political constraints.

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  1. By De Fabricatorz in Nederland | Fabricatorz on 14 November 2011 at 04:22

    [...] Perez Nuñez AKA HIMW a.k.a. elpueblodechina, Ghalia Elsrakbi and Lauren Alexander (FOUNDLAND), and Alejandro Duque. Ghalia and Lauren deserve a special shout-out for their art project on Syria, Watching revolution [...]

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    [...] Perez Nuñez AKA HIMW a.k.a. elpueblodechina, Ghalia Elsrakbi and Lauren Alexander (FOUNDLAND), and Alejandro Duque. Ghalia and Lauren deserve a special shout-out for their art project on Syria, Watching revolution [...]