Future Climates : Graduating to Numbers 1/3
[Paris • France ]
Graduating to Numbers
How can the use of financial tools lead to emancipation from public subsidies and private donations for small-scale organizations and network ? How can new forms of transparency and redistribution be obtained through the use of financial design ?
00 : 03 : 13 — Antonia Alampi and ILiana Fokianaki
Future Climates discusses its research program in Athens and introduces its next step towards constituting a core group for engineering a new small-scale nonprofit model to be adapted in places with weak infrastructures for arts and culture.
Presentation of short case studies
00 : 31 : 21 — GIULIA PALOMBA will present the Cultural Cooperative Network deriving from Future Climate’s first chapter, an international circuit designed to facilitate social and economic relations between cultural actors and provide them with a common mutual aid fund, as well as with complementary payment and credit tools for self-management, self employment, and economic autonomy.
00 : 44 : 49 — W.A.G.E presents WAGENCY, a forthcoming initiative that will introduce new tools for self regulation into both the non-profit end for-profit sectors, in an effort to organize artists and institutions along with buyers and sellers of art, around a shared politics of labor.
01 : 04 : 10 — Discussion
Future Climates : Graduating to Numbers 3/3 — Future Climates : Graduating to Numbers 2/3 — Future Climates : Graduating to Numbers 1/3
Enregistré à Kadist dans le cadre de l'exposition State (in) concepts par Victor Donati le 23 novembre 2017. Mixé par Victor Donati.