A talk with Tatiana Bazzichelli, founder of Disruption Network Lab
Fri 14th April – from 6:30pm. From 8:30pm live set by Soda Popinski
Parco Gallery is proud to host “Disruptive Network”, an informal meeting to network and interconnect people who are active in art, politics and technology in Milan and beyond.
Tatiana Bazzichelli, founder of Disruption Network Lab in Berlin, will be there and tell us about her experience and the 9-year project, an ongoing platform of events and research focused on the intersection of politics, technology and society.
The debate will be followed by the Soda Popinski live set from 8.30 pm.
Tatiana Bazzichelli was also programme curator of the transmediale festival in Berlin between the 2011 and 2014. In 2012-14 she was Postdoc researcher at the Centre for Digital Cultures /Leuphana University of Lüneburg (DE), developing the practice-based research project “transmedial culture”, as a collaboration between Leuphana University and transmediale festival. Her dissertation: Networked Disruption: Rethinking Oppositions in Art, Hacktivism and the Business of Social Networking (DARC Press, 2013), contributed in setting the basis for the Aarhus University Research Idea “Disruptive Innovation in Digital Art/Activism and Business”, Participatory IT Research Centre, Aarhus University. In 2009 she was a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University (Human Sciences and Technologies Advance Research Institute, H-STAR) researching hacker culture and disruptive business in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. She has taught classes and given lectures about whistleblowing, hacktivism, art and digital culture in many institutions and organized several exhibitions and conventions on media art and hacktivism, such as Sousveillance (Aarhus University, 2009), HACK.Fem.EAST (www.hackfemeast.org, Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien, Berlin, 2008), and Hacker Art Lab (Perugia, 2000). Active in the Italian hacker scene since the ’90s, her networking project AHA:Activism-Hacking Artivism won the honorary mention for Digital Communities at Ars Electronica 2007.