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  • Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…
    12/12/2017

    Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…

    A Public Discussion on Self-organized Libraries | Sunday, 17 December 2017, 1.30-4 pm, at Jogja Library Center | In many countries the role of public libraries is changing. In the Netherlands many neighborhood libraries were recently closed due to budget cuts by a neo-liberal government – in Indonesia there has never been a substantial public library system. Self-organized libraries have filled some of these gaps. In what significant political moment(s) did they arise? What impact do libraries have on local communities? Can a library function as a public safe space that is open to different voices? Which tactics are deployed by self-organized libraries to encourage uncensored and unrestricted access to information?

  • The Autonomous Fabric: On Self-organization and Education
    16/11/2017

    The Autonomous Fabric: On Self-organization and Education

    Sunday, 19th November 2017 4pm, at KUNCI Cultural Studies Center Ngadinegaran MJ3/100, Mantrijeron Yogyakarta KUNCI would like to invite you to join the discussion which entitled The Autonomous Fabric: Self-organization and Education. The…

  • Symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives
    29/05/2017

    Symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives

    Tuesday 6th June 2017, 11am – 4pm, Tropenmuseum, Linnaeusstraat 2, 1092 CK Amsterdam Heterotropics and the Research Center for Material Culture are pleased to announce the symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives on…

  • Live Stream & Podcast Radio KUNCI @Heterotropics#2
    16/05/2017

    Live Stream & Podcast Radio KUNCI @Heterotropics#2

    [scroll down for English version] Siaran langsung Radio KUNCI edisi Heterotropics #2, setiap hari Jumat dan Selasa (mulai 19 Mei-6 Juni 2017, setiap jam 19.00 WIB ). Heterotropics #2 adalah proyek riset residensi KUNCI…

  • KUNCI in Auckland as part of Politics of Sharing exhibition
    24/03/2017

    KUNCI in Auckland as part of Politics of Sharing exhibition

    Exhibition dates: March 4 – April 1, 2017 Venue: ICL Building, Level 7, 10 – 14 Lorne Street, Auckland Central Open 10am – 6pm Tuesday to Friday & 11am – 4pm Saturdays Every exhibition is a collectively…

Belajar Mendengar dengan Nguping Rekaman
28/04/2017

Belajar Mendengar dengan Nguping Rekaman

  NGUPING records mengoperasikan gagasannya dengan merilis arsip-arsip audio yang bersemayam di laci-laci penyimpanan milik organisasi maupun perorangan sebagai sebuah album “musik.” Inisiatif kami ingin memperluas pengertian musik bukan semata sebagai hasil komposisi dis/harmoni vokal…

Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…
12/12/2017

Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…

A Public Discussion on Self-organized Libraries | Sunday, 17 December 2017, 1.30-4 pm, at Jogja Library Center | In many countries the role of public libraries is changing. In the Netherlands many neighborhood libraries were recently closed due to budget cuts by a neo-liberal government – in Indonesia there has never been a substantial public library system. Self-organized libraries have filled some of these gaps. In what significant political moment(s) did they arise? What impact do libraries have on local communities? Can a library function as a public safe space that is open to different voices? Which tactics are deployed by self-organized libraries to encourage uncensored and unrestricted access to information?

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