[-empyre-] Week 3 on empyre: Welcome Anne Balsamo

Ana Valdés agora158 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 10:06:16 AEDT 2015

Hi Renate I has been lurking for a while working with a lot of projects we want to start a kind of -empyre similar list in Spanish :) and I am going to curate a hub if discussions and seminar about urbane strategies and resilience. We are going to work with Spanish and Latinamerican artists and architects collectives. 
I participated some years ago in a Feminist Tech Carnival in the city of Umea in the North of Sweden, with female techs from Austria England Netherlands and Sweden. Ruth Catlow from Furtherfield was there Annemie Maes from Belgium and Ockno tech lab was there too.
We sended text messages to machines embroidering them we did maps and bots it was very fun and empowering.
Some years ago I organised a workshop about computer games for girls in gGaza and in Syria in Damascus and it was a great experience of sharing and learning.

Skickat från min iPhone

> 16 feb 2015 kl. 15:44 skrev Renate Terese Ferro <rferro at cornell.edu>:
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> Ana it is always good to hear from you on -empyre.  Where are you these
> days?  I am wondering what you thought about the cultural influences  on
> technology from  your perspective. Are there trends you see in art making,
> social media, theory that relate to our topic and networked and digital
> culture? 
> Renate
>> On 2/16/15, 11:00 AM, "Ana Valdés" <agora158 at gmail.com> wrote:
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