DOXA (δόξα): A common belief, as opposed to truth, doxa is associated with community, dialogue and knowledge. DOXA is an international collective of artists, theorists, designers, architects, engineers, etc.
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Case Studies [3]: Spaces of the Commons

Public Workgroup www.publicworksgroup.net The debate about ‘Commons’ seems to be growing by the day. It is a term that is close to what we do and how we think. This text is an attempt to look in more detail at our own commons, at what we have in common as colleagues and friends. The reason...

Case Studies [2]: Tactics for the Commons

Invisible Venue http://invisiblevenue.com/ Christian L. Frock@Invisible Venue | Yuk Hui@DOXA (The following conversation was conducted through emails in preparation for the AMASS workshop) YH: What was your motivation of organizing the invisible venue? Your emphasize the term ‘alternative’ many times in your writings, what is that ‘alternative’ you want to develop? CF: I created Invisible...

Case Studies [1]: Gift Economy and the Commons

Mutantspace www.mutantspace.ie Moray Bresnihan@ Mutantspace | Yuk Hui@DOXA YH: Can you explain to us what does mutantspace do? MB: What mutantspace does is give people free support in the production of their arts event and projects. We dont differentiate between the artist or non artist, professional or amateur, we just want people to play, create, make,...

Open Call for AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

To speak of the commons as if it were a natural resource is misleading at best and dangerous at worst—the commons is an activity and, if anything, it expresses relationships in society that are inseparable from relations to nature. It might be better to keep the word as a verb, an activity,rather than as a...
AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

View images from the event on Flickr. Saturday, 16 April 2011 AMASS: TOWARDS AN ECONOMY OF THE COMMONS Saturday, 16 April 2011, 2:00-5:00pm Chisenhale 64 Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ RSVP: mail@chisenhale.org.uk FB: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=163869593668098 “To speak of the commons as if it were a natural resource is misleading at best and dangerous at worst—the commons is...

Re-imagining Culture: London to Hong Kong via Sheffield, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong

Open discussion with William Wong, Ashley Wong and Lee Chun-Fung Time: 14 October 2010, 6:30-8:30pm Venue: Asia Art Archive (11/F Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong) Organised by DOXA What is the current state of the arts in the UK amidst a major economic recession? How relevant now is their highly celebrated...

Re-imagining Culture: Futures in Collective Working, Wieden & Kennedy, London

Beyond economics, what are the possibilities in open source, crowd-sourcing and resource sharing for artists, organisations and industry? What new ways of working does digital technology offer for a renewed vision for culture? Tuesday, 28 September 2010 Wieden+Kennedy – The Cole Building 16 Hanbury Street (off Bricklane, 2nd floor, stairs only) London E1 6QR 6:30-8:30pm...

Re-imagining Culture: How to (and how not to) build a cultural economy, A Foundation, London

View videos from the event: here Open discussion with speakers John Kieffer, William Wong and Sonya Dyer A Foundation, London 18 May 2010 Speakers: Chair: Abbas Nokhasteh (director, Openvizor) John Kieffer (editor of ‘After the Crunch’, creative director of Sound and Music) William Wong (Clore Leadership Fellow, cultural consultant) Sonya Dyer (artist, writer and co-ordinator...