Warp: Networks with an Attitude

This Warp* documents Networks with an attitude, a worksession (de)centralized around ‘The internet is dead’ & ‘Long live the internets’.

Last April, 40 participants explored highly proprietary network structures and their potential future, naval protocols, historical and innovative ways of exchanging information as well as aspects of care, potential and safety. A close reading of the draft of the RFC ‘Feminism and protocols’ was actively reported and transmitted to the contributors, a Yagi antenna was built to listen to the International Space Station, and much more. This Warp guides you through pictures, codes, notes, interviews and proposals.

*Warp and weft are weaving terms, which Constant uses to weave stories about and in-between different projects.