We launched a call to invite makers, disruptors, tinkerers, crafters and DIY artists with the aim of bringing even more diverse communities into the conversation on technology and activism. Maker cultures attempt to democratise technology by focusing on production and consumption patterns and citizen engagement in technology design. We have brought together makers who create with the ethos of counterculture and activism– in distinction from those who align with innovation and entrepreneurship.
Expect to find an open source DIY art project about surveillance, a collaborative activity book on data and activism in the making, a website evidence collecting tool and more at the Critical Maker Faire at Privacy Camp.
We advise you bring a laptop in order to make the most of the hands-on projects.
Check the full programme here.
Registrations are open until Friday 17 January, 2020 here.