ElectroBlog: News about the ElectroSmog Festival

April 3, 2009

Welcome to the ElectroSmog Festival newsblog

Filed under: Uncategorized — electrosmog @ 00:25

This blog is set up as a news channel for ElectroSmog – International Festival for Sustainable Immobility, which will take place on-line and in a variety of localities around the globe from March 18 – 20, 2010.

In the run up to the festival and the launch of the official festival website  we will use this newsblog to provide news and information about the preparations and the program as it takes shape.

The ElectroSmog Festival adresses urgent questions around the encounter of technology, ecology, mobility and spatial and urban planning. The festival atempts to develop a critique of the growing crisis of mobility by creating an international event that is conducted entirely without physical mobility between the participating locations. Instead, the festival will be an experiment in creating a stimulating and rich connected experience, linking globally distributed locations and international audiences with on-line means.

Obviously ElectroSmog is a potentially risky experiment – but this experimental and ‘risky’ character is what we consider the charm of our undertaking.

We hope that you will join us in our quest for sustainable immobility.

The preparations of the festival are co-ordinated from the festival office located at De Balie, centre for culture and politics in Amsterdam. For specific enquirties you can reach us via our general e-mail address: info@electrosmogfestival.net.

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