Exhibition brings together aesthetic practices through which artists articulate their own forms of (digital) commons. From online archives, to digital tools/infrastructure and educational formats, the projects envision a (post-) digital culture in which notions of collaboration, free access to knowledge, sustainable use of shared resources and data privacy are central. For the exhibition, the artists have developed a SCORE related to their practice.

OPEN SCORES. How to program the Commons.

SATURDAY, 21 September 2019, 19:00
Exhibition, talks and workshops:
22 September – 12 October 2019
Opening hours:
Wed–Sat: 3–7pm, 22 Sep – 12 Oct 2019

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Monoskop, Memory of the World, 0xdb, Ubu, AAAAARG, #QUEERingNETWORKing, furtherfield, e.r.g., Tactical Tech, Constant, Baltazar’s Lab, Dock18, Mazi/nethood, neural, AND publishing, Spideralex, curating youtube, Creating Commons, Alison Knowles.
Curated by:
Creating Commons: Felix Stalder, Shusha Niederberger, Cornelia Sollfrank
Program Opening Night:
20:00 TEMPLATES, Music Performance, Johannes Kreidler
21:00 Let’s make a Salad, Homage to Alison Knowles
22:00 DJ Gigsta

Workshop and lectures program:

SUNDAY, 22 September 2019
11-17:00: Workshop Wiki What? with Dušan Barok.
Collaborative building and maintenance of knowledge resources using as an example.

FRIDAY, 27 September 2019
Pirate Cinema Special
21:00 Film as Digital Object
Sebastian Lütgert in conversation with Cornelia Lund followed by Pirate Cinema Screening.

SATURDAY, 28 September 2019
11-17:00, Workshop 0xDB, with Sebastian Lütgert
on the film database 0xDB.

FRIDAY, 11 October 2019
19:00: Talk
Thick Webs & Continuous Relays: Feminist Epistemologies for the Digital Commons, Isabel de Sena

SATURDAY, 12 October 2019
11-17:00: Workshop
Moments of Autonomy. Think-in about technofeminist educational practices for the digital commons.

For more detailed information and descriptions of artworks and events pls. visit our website:
Gerichtstr. 23 / Hof 5, 13347 Berlin

This exhibition is part of the SNF-funded research project “Creating Commons” and supported by the Institute for Contemporary Art Research, (ifcar), Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK).


Stefanie  Wuschitz