Posts By: Inte Gloerich
Op zoek naar de Robin Hoods van de crypto-kunst – een gesprek met Inte Gloerich
“Inte Gloerich probeert in het kader van haar PHD als onderzoeker voorbij de hype van crypto-kunst te kijken. Ze schrijft momenteel aan een proefschrift waarbinnen meerdere toekomstscenario’s van blockchain aan bod komen, waaronder ook het zo gehypete nieuwe digitale verzamelobject, de NFT.” Lees het volledige interview op de site van Metropolis M.
Contribution in El Salto: NFT, ¿ángel o demonio en el mundo del arte digital?
“El fenómeno de la venta de arte digital a través de la tecnología de las criptodivisas o NFT ha levantado varias polémicas en torno a su impacto ambiental y funcionar como una burbuja especulativa.” Read the article by Genoveva López and Álvaro Lorite here: https://www.elsaltodiario.com/criptomonedas/criptomonedas-nft-angel-demonio-mundo-arte-digital
Article out now: The City as a License. Implications of Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers for Urban Governance
By: Inte Gloerich, Martijn de Waal, Gabriele Ferri, Nazli Cila, and Tara Karpinski Read it here: The City as a License. Implications of Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers for Urban Governance Abstract: Distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) such as blockchain have in recent years been presented as a new general-purpose technology that could underlie many aspects of [...]
A distributed MoneyLab
The Institute of Network Cultures has coordinated the MoneyLab project for seven year. With every instance (conferences, books, etc), a core team came together to define urgent topics, select cutting edge work, and bring the community together. At each moment the network materialized, for example at conferences in Buffalo, NY and Siegen, Germany, it accumulated [...]
ML#8: Conference report & documentation now available!
Download the CONFERENCE REPORT or go to the documentation of the individual streams below: Stream #1: Critical Finance Strategies: Three Months into the Corona Crisis video | further reading article Stream #2: Beyond Solutionism in a Post-Covid-19 World video Stream #3: Data Sovereignty and Proximity Tracing video Stream #4: Care: Solidarity is disobedience video | [...]
Artists (on) working on the blockchain – A report from MoneyLab8 Stream 8
This blog post covers a panel session organized by Aksioma during the online event series MoneyLab #8: Minting a Fair Society. On the 29th of June, moderator Aude Launay led Value Extraction and the Workforce of the Cryptocene, with Martín Nadal, César Escudero Andaluz, the Telekommunisten (Baruch Gottlieb and Dmytri Kleiner), Sašo Sedlaček, Nascent [...]
ML8: Offshoring and Other Magic Tricks of Global Finance – An Interview with RYBN
This interview was first published here. Introduction by Max Gorynski. Interview by Nika Mahnič. From Panama to Paradise to the Bahamas and back, touching upon everywhere between in heaven and in hell (yes, even Delaware), there are few shores around the world that have yet to, in some way, be made an offshore. It’s an [...]
ML8: A follow-up with Martin Zeilinger and Max Haiven
Because there was so much to discuss and many questions from the audience, many of my prepared questions for the speakers remained unasked during Blockchain: Radicalising the Social Imagination. After the session I decided to send some of my questions their way anyway. I asked them if they might have time to write a reply. [...]
Blockchain imaginaries – A report from MoneyLab8 Stream 7
In the past decade blockchain was pulled from left to right and back again to solve what seems like any issue, achieve any dream. From libertarian anti-state crypto-currencies and new realms of monetization, to platforms for commoning and cooperative organizing. Much like the internet before it, we’re now seeing blockchain evolving into what might become [...]
ML#8: Value extraction and the workforce of the cryptocene
Monday 29 June, 5pm CET Live stream: http://aksioma.org/moneylab8 Moderator: Aude Launay (FR) Speakers: Martín Nadal (SP), César Escudero Andaluz (SP), Telekommunisten (CA/UKR), Sašo Sedlaček (SI), Nascent (UK) Value is classically said to stem from human labor, and money to represent this value. Although those theories have been made obsolete by, among other things, the subjectivization [...]