2019-11-11 by pirate.care
The syllabus is the manifesto of the twenty-first century. - HyperReadings.info Pirate.Care : A Collective Syllabus Writing Retreat 25-29 November, 2019 Public round table discussion: 28 November, 2019, 7-9pm Filodrammatica (large hall), Korzo 28/1, Rijeka Participants: Laura BenΓ­tez Valero|Emina BuΕΎinkiΔ‡ | Rasmus Fleischer| Maddalena Fragnito |Valeria Graziano | Mary Maggic |Iva MarčetiΔ‡ |Marcell Mars |Tomislav Medak |Power Makes Us Sick (PMS) |Zoe Romano |Ivory Tuesday |Ana Vilenica The project is focused on bottom-up responses to the current β€˜care crisis’ that experiment with... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-10-23 by pirate
β€œWe have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit.” – Audre Lorde Our reading group meets in Rijeka once a month to read together texts about the ethics of care and civil disobedience. We will look at a mixture of theoretical and historical resources to kick start some informal conversations about past and present practices of pirate care and their implications. Our group is open to all. Newcomers and drop-ins are welcome to join at any point. No booking is required and no previous knowledge is necessary. Most texts will be in English and they will be... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-10-04 by pirate
β€œWe have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit.” – Audre Lorde Our reading group meets in Rijeka once a month to read together texts about the ethics of care and civil disobedience. We will look at a mixture of theoretical and historical resources to kick start some informal conversations about past and present practices of pirate care and their implications. Our group is open to all. Newcomers and drop-ins are welcome to join at any point. No booking is required and no previous knowledge is necessary. Most texts will be in English and they will be... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-09-17 by pirate
β€œWe have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit.” – Audre Lorde Our reading group meets in Rijeka once a month to read together texts about the ethics of care and civil disobedience. We will look at a mixture of theoretical and historical resources to kick start some informal conversations about past and present practices of pirate care and their implications. Our group is open to all. Newcomers and drop-ins are welcome to join at any point. No booking is required and no previous knowledge is necessary. Most texts will be in English and they will be... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-09-16 by pirate
Starting September 2019 in Rijeka β€œWe have to consciously study how to be tender with each other until it becomes a habit.” – Audre Lorde In an informal gathering, we will read together texts that were written in the context of past & present pirate care practices or that are important resources for reflecting on the ethcis and politics of civil disobedience, custodianship and self-care as political self-defence. Newcomers and drop-ins are welcome to join at any point. No booking is required and no previous knowledge is necessary. Most texts will be in English and they will be made... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-08-20 by pirate
Pirate Care researches, gathers & nourishes those care initiatives which are taking risks by operating in the narrow grey zones left open between different technologies, institutions and laws, inviting all to participate in a exploration of the mutual implications of care and technology that dare questioning the ideology of property, work and metrics. Hosted by the cultural centre Drugo More, within the program Dopolavoro, Pirate Care will facilitate the following activities: Starting September 2019: Pirate Care Reading Group We have to consciously study how to be tender with each other... Β»read_moreΒ»
2019-05-19 by pirate
Pirate Care Centre for Postdigital Cultures 2nd Annual Conference 19 & 20 June 2019 Square One, Coventry University The Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, UK invites you to its second annual conference, which will explore the phenomenon of 'Pirate Care'. The term Pirate Care condenses two processes that are particularly visible at present. On the one hand, basic care provisions that were previously considered cornerstones of social life are now being pushed towards illegality, as a consequence of geopolitical reordering and the marketisation of social services. At the... Β»read_moreΒ»