Technology is not a panacea, but a tool that must be chosen and used strategically. The Protocol for Planned Disconnect is an Open Source technology that can be used by groups or individuals. Its purpose is to provide a learning
MoneyLab: Disaster Capitalism will come to Berlin in March 2021!
Disaster Capitalism In Momenten katastrophaler Veränderungen wird das zuvor Undenkbare plötzlich Wirklichkeit. Die Covid-19-Krise weckt nicht nur unsere tiefsten Ängste, sondern gleichzeitig auch unseren Sinn für das Mögliche. Das MoneyLab Berlin will Platz schaffen für Utopien, Experimente und radikale Vorstellungen
Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization
This is a report of the workshop Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization, that was held at SUPERMARKT Berlin on Nov 3rd, 2018 together with Max Haiven, Tatiana Bazzichelli, Elena Veljanovska and Lenara Verle. This workshop
The Money is the Message: Turning Credit Creation into a Force for Good, by Ludwig Schuster
In our third Money Talk-edition Ludwig Schuster was giving a lecture on credit as capitalism’s core feature. He mapped out in detailed how credit creation through banks counteracts our efforts for sustainable change. In a capitalist economy, institutions known as
An Economy for Culture
This is the documentation of our workshop „Culture as Commons – from the Creative Industries to Collaborative Economies“ from May 24.-26., 2017 in Madrid. Hosted by the Goethe Institut Madrid and Medialab Prado, this workshop was part of the larger
Why we are so excited about COMMUNITY VALUE
We are happy to present our next workshop COMMUNITY VALUE on September 23-24. This upcoming event starts with an assessment of peer value, compensation of individual contributions, money and credit systems within collectives and community currencies at large. Matthew Slater,
Arts & Commons – documentation of our kick-off event
On July 2nd, we kicked off our first event of „Art, Money and Self Organization in Digital Capitalismus“, a series of events based on new financial technologies, peer to peer-economies, digital networking and their impact on artistic production. Together with
Performing the Media launched at Supermarkt on April 3rd.
Performing the Media is the second exhibition in the framework of Net.Specific, which is the platform for internet art from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde (DK). This exhibition deals with how identity can be constructed in online space
Follow-up post Capturing the Buzz
A month and a half after the workshop Creating and Documenting in Templates I am thinking back about the gathering in SUPERMARKT and the preceding weeks of exchange and preparation. It is a while ago. Maybe the insights and memories
What’s the big deal about Mindfulness?
SUPERMARKT presents a Mindfulness and Meditation Workshop on Monday 14 April, in collaboration with The Peace Revolution. Life is increasingly busy. We go to sleep thinking about plans for the next day, while having lunch with a friend we’re texting someone