The central question addressed by this year’s festival is dedicated to the perspectives and possibilities of new agreements in relation to digital spaces. The Internet as a communal user space has come to the fore as a social, professional and/or educational living space, especially since the globally proclaimed lockdowns and physical distance. It is up to the community of users to have more rights of co-determination over this digital space and to demand them. In a Collective Whiteboard we shout out a call for action to all participants of the online festival community to feel addressed and to enter a joint exchange about how digital (living) spaces should be designed in the future.
Access is open to everyone by the end of September. Share your thoughts with the international community and experience those of others.