Feminist Futures – Imagining Another Internet

Branch Magazine x Katrin Fritsch (AT)

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Freitag, 9. September 2022, 13:00 - 14:30
Alle Termine werden in der Mitteleuropäischen Zeit (MEZ / UTC+1) angegeben.
KEPLER’S GARDENS, Transformation Lounge
Number of participants: 20
Please Note: Only holders of an Ars Electronica FESTIVALPASS(+) OR ONE-DAY-PASS OR Festival University Students are eligible to attend workshops held in the framework of the Ars Electronica Festival 2022!
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Feminist Futures is an ongoing participatory art project that advocates for just and diverse futures of the Internet. In workshops, participants discuss the current issues of the Internet, and then re-imagine them through stories, comics, or poems. What results is an open-source archive of stories that provide strategies for change ( In this workshop, we map current issues on the Internet from feminist perspectives. Then, together with the attendees, we ask critical questions and create alternative visions for a feminist Internet.



Katrin Fritsch (AT) researches, writes, and consults at the intersection of technology, feminism, and climate justice. She advises non-profits, ministries, and businesses on emerging technologies. Previously, Katrin co-founded and co-led MOTIF Institute for Digital Culture, a think tank working towards social justice in the digital age. Katrin is co-initiator of the participatory art project Feminist Futures; and currently works with the The Green Web Foundation for their Branch magazine. She holds an MSc in Data and Society of the London School of Economics and Political Science.


Facilitator is Katrin Fritsch.
Project Credits: Katrin Fritsch & Helene von Schwichow