Data Office: Club Culture and Urban Transformation Processes - Opening Hours

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Description we will run during the congress a research office where we are collecting and analyzing public and personal data on the social and economic situation of club culture
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Type Meeting
Kids session No
Keyword(s) political
Tags club culture, gentrification, urban space
Processing assembly Assembly:RCC Data Research Office: Club Culture and Urban Transformation Processes
Person organizing
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2018/12/27 14:00
Ends at 2018/12/27 18:00
Duration 240 minutes
Location Assembly:RCC Data Research Office: Club Culture and Urban Transformation Processes
Starts at 2018/12/28 14:00
Ends at 2018/12/28 18:00
Duration 240 minutes
Location Assembly:RCC Data Research Office: Club Culture and Urban Transformation Processes
Starts at 2018/12/29 14:00
Ends at 2018/12/29 18:00
Duration 240 minutes
Location Assembly:RCC Data Research Office: Club Culture and Urban Transformation Processes
Subtitle Workshop: Subculture and Urban Transformation: Data, Archive, Research, Hacking (workshop is in 1Komona Thunderdome!!)
Starts at 2018/12/29 20:00
Ends at 2018/12/29 22:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Room:Komona Thunderdome

Reclaim Club Culture: Data research office in 1Komona.

Daily opening hours 14-18pm - archive in progress

Workshop „Subcultures and Urban Transformation: Data, Archive, Research, Hacking“ on day 3 in 1Komona @ Thunder Dome, 20h

Following last years workshop on club culture and social critique, we run during the congress a research office and seek collaborations. We will provide a digital library for information exchange. This is testing ground for a more indepth interrogation and investigation next year.

In the workshop on day 3 we will present our questions, aims and first results and collectively reflect with you about the dynamics between subcultures and urban transformation processes. We want to connect, network, collaborate with you - as we are seeking to continue at 36C3 with this topic and take it further, outline first ideas for 2019. We want to present different projects and ideas (case studies, examples, documentations) we are working on which all involve in different ways data collecting to show the involvement and conflict of subcultures with processes of urban transformation.

„Data Office“ will introduce ideas of collecting and analyzing public data on the social and economic situation of club culture (raves, commercial clubs, progressive subculture). In the research office at CCC we started to collect data from websites and literature related to the topic, in order to connect research into subcultures with the critique of urban transformation processes.

„Pappsatt“ collective will present examples of urban art, free party and squatting subcultres in Berlin. Also a recent drawing research project on experimental data collection about utopian structures will be discussed. As cultural activists we aim to establish alternatives to capitalistic commodification of art and experience. But whatever we try it seems we are just feeding capitalistic ideas for making business; all our ideas are immediatly coopted and commodified. Are our concepts, ideas, structures really alternatives? Are they utopian or progressive and if yes in what way?

The Berlin collective „BLATT 3000“ will present their software experiments for self-organized, decentralized festivals as a method to question technological frameworks as well as social / political conditions of festivals.

Jukebox Utopia/Shituationist Institute will present research on the Berlin Fuckparade. It started in 1997 as protest against the commercialization of techno and the loveparade and is existing as a annual demonstration against gentrification and the displacement of subcultres and selforganized spaces in Berlin. She also works on a phd focused on cultural practices of avantgarde festivals. Both projects involve ethnographic data collection and combine aspects of the entanglement of arts/ music with urban transformation processes.