[P2P-F] Fwd: [commoning] Bringing CopyLove’s Audiovisual Source Code to Helsinki and Beyond

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Fri Jul 22 07:30:48 CEST 2016

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Greetings Commoners and friends!

Hopefully you find inspiration in our efforts in Helsinki to spread
CopyLove across from one side of Europe to another for this year's
Pixelache festival (http://festival.pixelache.ac) which takes the general
theme of 'Interfaces for Empathy'.. Bringing key persons from ZEMOS98.org
Sevilla, Andalusian Spain, to Helsinki, Finland.

I share below via P2P Foundation's blog (sorry for cross-posting) the
campaign effort with my Helsinki-based friends and colleagues Andrea Botero
and Mariana Salgado.. & in dialogue with Felipe Gonzalez Gil from ZEMOS98..

With the #CopyLove #Helsinki campaign we hope to learn from the experience:

How to make multi-stakeholder crowdfunding campaigns promoting the commons,
feminist care-economics; Mix together both migrant and native concerns and
interests; Promote commons-orientated crowdfunding platforms such as Goteo
in new locations; And also imagine crowdfunding as a means to support
cultural mobility and exchange.

We will make available the outgoing presentations and documentations, as
well as our learnings after a hopefully successful campaign.

If you feel something for our ambitions, welcome to help support our cause
also by spreading the word, or give something into the pot.

#CopyLove #Helsinki

Best wishes,

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Goteo posted: "Pixelache Helsinki wants to bring key members of ZEMOS98
collective from Sevilla, Spain, to the 2016 edition of their festival,
under the campaign title 'CopyLove Helsinki' #CopyLove #Helsinki ZEMOS98
will bring feminist-orientated care and warmth, Remix"

New post on *P2P Foundation*
<https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/?author=1585> Bringing CopyLove’s
Audiovisual Source Code to Helsinki and Beyond
Goteo <https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/?author=1585>

Pixelache Helsinki wants to bring key members of ZEMOS98 collective from
Sevilla, Spain, to the 2016 edition of their festival, under the campaign
title 'CopyLove Helsinki' #CopyLove #Helsinki

ZEMOS98 will bring feminist-orientated care and warmth, Remix for Bien
común (Remix for the Commons), Commons spirit and Love to the North. In
particular they will share their Audiovisual Source Code (Código Fuente
Audiovisual) format and approach. We are hopeful we can all benefit from a
'Finnish Summer of CopyLove' gathering peer-support and attention to
contribute to their and our dreams come true.

During Zemos98's visit to Helsinki we will organize several events in the
framework of the Pixelache Festival. We will be disseminating open
practices and open formats for audiovisual creation that we firmly believe
contribute to co-create ways of performing multi-cultural understanding,
increase the connections between South-North, and allow us all to
contribute to much needed empathy and care in the world.

Main features

During Zemos98 visit to Pixalache festival in Helsinki we will organize:

   - 2-3 public presentation events in Helsinki on the topic of CopyLove
   and Interfaces for Empathy. The events will take place during the Pixelache
   festival days 22-25.9.2016. They will be live-streamed, and the
   documentation archived online with commons-orientated licenses. One of the
   events will be in Spanish, and the other one or two in English. All the
   events will be simultaneously translated to another language (either
   English or Finnish).
   - 1 CopyLove workshop (registration-based) on the topic of Caring for
   Each Other and Interdependence. In the workshop we will crowdsource ideas
   and approaches towards promoting care-economics and caring commons and we
   will co-design and co-produce an open manual. This manual will be shared
   post-event with text content variably in English, Spanish and Finnish.
   Related events according to reward scheme to peer-supporters (See

Why this is important

CopyLove and Empathy are themes that speak to the current environment of
tension, division and isolation that communities feel are encroaching their
everyday lives. Instead, Pixelache festival creates a different narrative
of collaboration and empathy that we think will greatly benefit from the
input of our colleagues from Zemos98.

To bring Zemos98 to Pixelache we want to reach out to:

1. Citizens worried about increasing intolerance in Finnish society and
want to support concrete actions that create new narratives.

2: Alternative Economy Cultures -oriented initiatives, including
crowdfunding & feminist/care economics that want to cross-pollinate their
thinking across Europe.

3. To the Spanish-speaking community in the Finnish metropolitan

4. The Open/AvoinGLAM and AV practitioners, activists and researchers who
want to learn more about the Audiovisual Source-code method and
event-format, and Remix for the Commons approach.
Goals of the crowdfunding campaign

- Develop, disseminate and encourage the Audiovisual Source-code format as
a way to talk and generate empathy and CopyLove.

- Make migrant and local connections between North-South.

- Promote Goteo and commons-orientated crowd-funding in Northern Europe.

Team and experience

We are sister festivals that only recently met after all our time apart. We

Pixelache people have been making their festival since 2002 in Helsinki,
Finland. Zemos98 people have been making their festival since 1998 in
Sevilla, Finland. Both have grown up to absorb trans-disciplinary subjects
and to promote Caring for the Commons around the same time (2014-2015).
ZEMOS98 took the theme CopyLove as it’s festival theme in years 2012-2013
and made a successful related Goteo campaign. ZEMOS98 no longer produces a
festival but focuses on other projects and has consolidated a good network
around these topics in the South of Europe. Pixelache Festival in Helsinki
is partly supported by the Finnish Ministry of Culture and Education and
City of Helsinki, this year the full-time and part-time staff employed by
the association are also co-directors of the festival (Petri Ruikka and
Mari Keski-Korsu respectively). Pixelache has strong presence in the
Northern European cultural scene, and benefits from a broad international

We Care.. We are not only colleagues, but best of friends, and we want to
bridge across South-North.

The people specifically, focusing on the Finland-based branch of the
CopyLove Helsinki campaign will be:

Andrew Gryf Paterson from Pixelache has been an artist-organiser for over
12 years in Helsinki and internationally with a strong profile, focused on
open-source culture and Commons-oriented strategies. In 2009 he organised
the Alternative Economy Cultures symposium in that year’s festival, whereby
the 2 keynote speaker’s (Michel Bauwens and Michael Albert)’s travel costs
from Madrid and Massachusetts USA were fully crowdfunded. Previously
part-time staff role for 4 years, he is again on the association’s board
with responsibility for International Networks and Archival-tendencies.

Andrea Botero is a Colombian designer and researcher based in Helsinki for
over 10 years, with a keen interest in caring for the commons and
participatory methods. She is co-editor of the Peer-Production in Public
Services: Cases from Finland ebook (together with Paterson and Joanna
Suud-Salonen), and has been lead-researcher on co-p2p.mlog.taik.fi platform
at Aalto University.

Mariana Salgado is an Argentinean design researcher that has worked 10
years in the cultural sector in Finland, and has actively contributed to
the Finnish chapter of OpenGLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and
Museums). She was invited last year to the Hackathon Caring for the Commons
at 17th ZEMOS98 Festival, and got inspired by the CopyLove sessions and
Zemos98 activities. She published in Spanish the book: Diseñando un Museo
Abierto (Designing an Open Museum, 2010). Mariana is an activist in her
neighbourhood, and within the Spanish speaking community in Finland.
*Goteo <https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/?author=1585>* | July 21, 2016 at
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