The event takes place on the  22nd of September starting at  11:00.

Wiki What? Workshop with Dušan Barok
SUN 22 September 2019, Workshop, 11am–5pm
As part of the exhibition “OPEN SCORES – How to program the Commons”
https://www.facebook.com/events/582475215490769/
#creatingcommons

Since the early days of the Web, Wiki software plays a crucial role in the collaborative formation and maintenance of knowledge resources. Its basic principles include that (authorized) people can read, change and contribute content and materials, that all changes are transparent (through versioning), and that the basic technique of linking allows for creating new relationships and thus build new systems of meaning.
Based on Wiki software, the project monoskop.org has grown into a major cultural resource over the last decade. It evolved from linking and contextualizing information on Central and Eastern European experimental and media arts to host relevant materials, such as books, texts, documents and media files, and thus became a publishing initiative in its own right.
Taking his own work as founder and main editor of the site as a starting point, Dušan Barok will conduct a workshop exploring the theoretical and practical potential of wikis to support long-term collaborative projects and foster the aesthetics of linking.
This workshop is for cultural producers interested in exploring the potential of wikis to organize heterogeneous materials in their own fields of practice. No special technical skills are necessary to participate, please bring your own laptop.


Limited number of participants. Pls register with workshop@netzkunst.berlin

Further information:
http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/open-scores/

This exhibition is part of the SNF-funded research project “Creating Commons” and supported by the Institute for Contemporary Art Research, (ifcar), Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK).Wiki What? Workshop with Dušan Barok
SUN 22 September 2019, Workshop, 11am–5pm
As part of the exhibition “OPEN SCORES – How to program the Commons”
https://www.facebook.com/events/582475215490769/
#creatingcommons

Since the early days of the Web, Wiki software plays a crucial role in the collaborative formation and maintenance of knowledge resources. Its basic principles include that (authorized) people can read, change and contribute content and materials, that all changes are transparent (through versioning), and that the basic technique of linking allows for creating new relationships and thus build new systems of meaning.
Based on Wiki software, the project monoskop.org has grown into a major cultural resource over the last decade. It evolved from linking and contextualizing information on Central and Eastern European experimental and media arts to host relevant materials, such as books, texts, documents and media files, and thus became a publishing initiative in its own right.
Taking his own work as founder and main editor of the site as a starting point, Dušan Barok will conduct a workshop exploring the theoretical and practical potential of wikis to support long-term collaborative projects and foster the aesthetics of linking.
This workshop is for cultural producers interested in exploring the potential of wikis to organize heterogeneous materials in their own fields of practice. No special technical skills are necessary to participate, please bring your own laptop.

Limited number of participants. Pls register with workshop@netzkunst.berlin

Further information:
http://creatingcommons.zhdk.ch/open-scores/

This exhibition is part of the SNF-funded research project “Creating Commons” and supported by the Institute for Contemporary Art Research, (ifcar), Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK).