The follow-up to the feature about the commons looks at Internet spaces that provide the technical framework for the exchange of goods beyond market logic, and often beyond the law.
Tribes of Europa, a series which is problematic in many ways, treats the Petrova Gora Monument as a playground for various sadistic fantasies.
The commons are an attempt to improve political systems from within, but the question remains whether they can cope with the upcoming crises and, if not, what is there to replace them.
Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaïche, authors of the documentary Advocate, speak about their directorial approach and the context of documentary filmmaking in Israel.
Theo Prodromidis talks about various modes of organizing around solidarity, the importance of art(ists) in nonformal education, and links between care and citizenship.
Sociologist Pascal Gielen talks about creative cities and the ideology of commonism that he sees as an alternative to neoliberal market-oriented relations.
Lack of representation of women in Zagreb's public spaces reflects the patriarchal domination over policies of memory, as well as the revisionist erasure of city's anti-fascist history.
Activists from Athens have turned vacant premises of Exarchia district into squats – a refuge for anarchist groups, migrants and all disenfranchised and marginalized members of society.
Artist and theorist Brandon LaBelle talks about the implications of his acoustic perspective for the understanding of politics, identity, community, aesthetics and ecology.
Number of European cities' heritage is being put into the service of tourism development, and Spain's Seville is one of them.
The Pirate Care team talks about alternative ways of collective organizing around issues related to care, the potentials of political pedagogy and the making of Pirate Care syllabus.
Practitioners LAB podcasts are concluded by emphasising the importance of networking and knowledge exchange in persistence of civil initiatives.
Second in the series of Practitoners LAB podcasts focused on challenges and opportunities arising from developing community spaces.
Practitioners LAB in Zagreb gathered culture practitioners with a goal to exchange knowledge regarding public and community spaces in their local environments.
Curator Adam Szymczyk talks about his professional path and challenges, non-formal education and potential of contemporary exhibition concepts.
Rad portala Kulturpunkt.hr podržavaju: Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske; Grad Zagreb; Hrvatski audiovizualni centar;Fond za poticanje pluralizma i raznovrsnosti elektroničkih medija (AEM); Europska unija