September 30, 2006
4 days of studies and debates about theories and practices of brazilian digital media
"what we really want, actually, is that the ideas become dangerous again."
The first Submidialogy conference, that took place in Campinas, Sao Paulo, in October 2005, was derived of cooperation between India, Netherlands and diverse Brazilian groups. It was a joining of independent projects, the third sector, governmental, artistic and experimental to an international network of collaborators, searching above all to bring these different experiences to the acknowledgment. This year, it becomes an open festival, with lectures, production laboratories, fm radio broadcast, television, the Internet and the delicious chat with cachaça among @ll submiditics.
Submidialogy will aggregate talks, production and collaborative learning, as well as music, free radio, vj and independent media. These are some of the typical “tastes” that could be appreciated - without moderation - during the second edition of the conference.
Another characteristic of this festival is to investigate the social, cultural and political possibilities of the digital media, besides fomenting the dialogue (in)existent between theory - the scope of ideas, and the practices - the scope of actions.
As much subject as much format are still under construction, but are suspended in the convergence among culture, communication, resistance, re-signification, media, technology, art and tactics. In the construction page and by the dicussion list, you can take part of it. We invite you to help to organize this subversion and thus to share our ideas in different contexts and times, aiming future perspective, exchange of experiences, concepts, critical production and, mainly, fun.
If you wish to take part of this mess, sign up to the discussion list! Don’t get shy in forwarding this invitation to other people that would be possible interested.
When: October 12, 13, 14 and 15th 2006.
Where:Mercado da Ribeira - Centro Luiz Freire - Casa do Turista / Olinda -Pernambuco
For more info visit Submidialogia
Posted by luis at September 30, 2006 02:27 PM