Station of Commons – Miss Read

Station of Commons

An ongoing collaborative initiative on digital commoning practices by Grégoire Rousseau (Helsinki), Juan Gomez (Geneva), Minerva Juolahti, Alain Ryckelynck, Constantinos Miltiades, and Eddie Choo Wen Yi.

Initiated in February 2020, Station of Commons investigates the possibilities of reappropriating technology within public space. The point of departure of the research questions both centralized knowledge and data centers operated by major organizations and its underlying social implications. What are the interdependences between the users, the providers, the services, the technology and related knowledge at work? And how to rethink another model of shared empowerment situated in time and space unique to its agent, or communities?

Station of Commons stands for radical alternative strategies to the neo-liberal system in terms of digital means of production, communicationand distribution. Station of Commons operates as an easily integrable on-line platform for sharing local resources. Resources as commons integrate the ideas of shared data, Open Source practices, artefacts and real time broadcast. The sustainability of exchange, the ways they interoperate, the ecologies of interaction between the Stations of Commons produce provocations for a better collective understanding on how the Commons are in constant flux and also at risk.
documenta fifteen
lumbung radio, ruangrupa, documenta fifteen, documenta fifteen, 2022, © lumbung radio, ruangrupa

Heta Bilaletdin performing in documenta 15

pixelache festival
lumbung radio x pixelache, pixelache festival, pixelache, Muu Contemporary Art Centre, 2023, © lumbung radio x pixelache

On 2nd and 3rd September, Pixelache and lumbung Radio approach the topic of collective actions in a time of societal crisis under an hybrid forum, at @muu_helsinki and on air via lumbung Radio platform.

The Forum is organised around discussion panels, workshops, live and broadcasted music sets and interviews, offering a time and space to meet and exchange together on the weekend 2.-3. September.

The program is accessible at MUU Helsinki Contemporary Art Centre and live on lumbung Radio platform.