Day of Community: ITP at Radical Networks Conference
ITP will be participating in the Radical Networks conference
October 19-22, 2017
Radical Networks is a conference that celebrates the free and open Internet.
It fosters critical discussion on contemporary issues that include surveillance, the spread of misinformation, ownership of personal data, and the increasing opacity of "The Cloud".
It's also an arts festival that considers networking technology as an artistic medium, featuring works that run the gamut from ethical hacks to creative experiments to live performances.
This event brings together artists, activists, community organizers, journalists, technologists, educators, and the public, to exchange ideas and look under the hood of what makes the Internet work. Radical Networks is in its third year and it's the first festival and conference of its kind in the United States. It will take place in Brooklyn, NY from October 19-22, 2017.
ITP Alumna Sarah Grant is one of the organizers.
Friday, October 20
11:30am Panel: Decolonial Design, Black Geographies, and Critical Packet Sniffing, with ITP SIR Ron Morrison, Frances Lee and ITP Alumna/Resident Jen Kagan
3pm Making Sense of the Ether: Connecting Radio Frequencies with Public Data with Marc DaCosta and ITP Alumnus Surya Mattu
4pm Community Networks, Past and Future with ITP Alumnus Mehan Jayasuriya
Sunday, October 22
1:30pm Workshop: Intro to Packet Sniffing with Herbivore with ITP Alums Surya Mattu and Jen Kagan
4:15pm Othernet with ITP Alumnus Dhruv Mehrotra