17:30 hrs. Gerald Raunig. Technecologies. Milieus, Midstreams, Monsters
18:30 hrs. Florencio Cabello. Notions of Public in Collective Intelligence
19:30 hrs. Roberta Da Soller (S.a.L.E., Venice), Kelly Mulvaney (Transform-eiPCP, Berlin and Vienna) and Manuela Zechner (Barcelona). Moderated by: Raúl Sánchez Cedillo. European Cities, from Care and Shelter to Fear, War, and Debt
21:00 hrs. Debate with the session participants
Florencio Cabello has a PhD in Communication Studies and is a lecturer at the University of Málaga. His teaching and research focuses on ways of forming cooperatives inspired by the free software and culture movements, under the perspective of constructing a commons in communicative and cultural domains. He is coordinator of the Medialab-Prado project Traducciones del Laboratorio del Procomún (Translations of the Commons Laboratory).
Roberta Da Soller is an activist and member of the collective which operates S.a.L.E. Docks, an independent space of contemporary art and cultural practices in Venice which has been running since 2008. S.a.L.E. Docks programmes seminars, exhibitions, research projects, workshops and public actions that seek to create an environment in which art and culture are removed from the market value logic.
Kelly Mulvaney is an anthropologist, translator and activist. She is a member of eiPCP and the editorial board for transversal texts. Furthermore, she is a professor at the Faculty for Cultural Studies at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, and actively participates in the networks of transnational anti-austerity movements in Europe.
Gerald Raunig is a philosopher and art theorist. He is a lecturer at Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (Zurich), and is co-editor of eiPCP and its online publication transversal text. His most recent publications include Producción cultural y prácticas instituyentes. Líneas de ruptura en la crítica institucional (2008), Mil máquinas. Breve filosofía de las máquinas como movimiento social (2008), Fabbriche del sapere, industrie della creatività (2012), and DIVIDUUM. Machinic Capitalism and Molecular Revolution (2016).
Raúl Sánchez Cedillo is a philosopher, activist and translator. He has collaborated with the Universidad Nómada and is currently a member of Fundación de los Comunes. He has also edited and translated theorists such as Paolo Virno, Antonio Negri, Felix Guattari, Luce Irigaray, Yan Moulier-Boutang and Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello into Spanish, and some of his writings appear in the book Producción cultural y prácticas instituyentes. Líneas de ruptura en la crítica institucional (2008) and in the prefaces to different essays by Antonio Negri and Paolo Virno.
Manuela Zechner is a researcher and independent cultural worker. Her work revolves around migration, micropolitics, care and pedagogy, with an emphasis on social movements. She is the coordinator of Future Archive (Intermediae-Matadero, Madrid), the Project for Radical Collective Care Practices, alongside Julia Wieger and Bue Rübner Hansern, and the free radio programme Sounds of Movement (Radio Orange, Radio Helsinki and live streaming). She has also worked as a lecturer at the Queen Mary University of London.