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PD+HVH are Beijing-based Architects


PD+HVH are architects Phil Dunn and Henri Van Hoeve, based in Beijing. We built their simple website, like a few other colleagues in the Beijing ecosystem, early-on because we already have been working together and support their efforts.

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Check out their blog, and consider hiring them for architecture and construction projects in China, and elsewhere in the world.

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Laoban Soundsystem Tonite ! 老板音响系统1.0, CPU:798圣诞Mixing活动

Lu posted up on her website a shorter Chinese translation of the announcement text for the event tonite! Help spread the word! Come on out. We will have person making meat on sticks, free crate of beer, and then other drinks from local people selling. Its going to be a blast!


老板音响系统1.0, CPU:798圣诞Mixing活动


我们邀请大家来参加“老板音响系统1.0” 的启动活动,一次在 CPU:798 画廊的圣诞Mixing 活动。这是一个新的媒体活动尝试,欢迎大家带上你们的手提电脑、摄像机、播放器或其它录制设备来参加活动。我们的目的是混合媒体,并了解艺术家、DJ、音乐家、设计师、建筑师正在进行的工作和项目,无论是成功的、失败的还是未完成的项目。计划的最终目的是通过媒体的混合,以及通过在纪录的内容(照片,视频等)上添加“老板”的标签(tagging) 并上传到, 和其它地方,从而使消费者成为生产者。


地点:CPU: 798 (map:

地点:CPU: 798 (map:,798内优伦斯对面时八书店的小路尽头就是 CPU:798,将有“老板”标记。



This Friday, December 12, 8 PM – 12 Midnight, Fabricatorz and CPU:798 hosting the launch of the Laoban Soundsystem 1.0 with a free and open to the public event at
CPU:798 (map) in DaShanZi/798, Beijing

We invite all to come out to the launch of version 1.0 of the Laoban Soundsystem for a special Holiday Mixing Event at CPU:798. This is a new type of media event where all are welcome to join, bring media, laptops, video players, cameras, and other recording devices. The goal is to mix media, explore what artists, DJs, musicians, designers, and architects are working on RIGHT NOW — successes, failures, and rough edges are welcome at Laoban events! The ultimate plan is for consumers to be producers by both mixing media, and by tagging any recordings they have with “laoban” when posting onto,, or other places.

参与人包括 Participants Include:

UPDATE: Here are a couple more people mixing into the event!

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Artists at Laoban Soundsystem 1.0 Beijing

A couple more artists are now a part of the event tomorrow night, Friday, December 12 from 8-12 at CPU798 in Beijing, including Xu Tao and video artist Cai Kai:

We want new people to come out to this event each time we do it and feel free to mix into the media and social situations of Laoban events. The event is not a party nor art show, but more a context for interaction, testing out ideas, and discovery. And remember, art shows (or rather the people that attend them) possibly might hate low-end bass and partygoers into cutting edge music don’t have too much time for treble, discussion, wine and cheese — both love to have a drink, consume, produce media and co-locate together.

Come on out and get out of the cold! We invite you to come mix into the event, learn how to build your own Laoban Soundsystem and meet a lot of HQ people.

Also, a big thanks to those who have given this a good response and Ed from CPU:798 who is hosting the event. Buy art from them!

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Aiki Framework & The Open Clip Art Library Dominate End-Year Releases!

The Fabricatorz are firing on all cylinders as an eventful year is wrapping up. Today sees the fruition of several projects lead by the Team.

Aiki Framework kicks things off with it’s latest: Version 0.7. A renewed focus on usability and speed highlight much of the development cycle. With some great contributions from Roger Martin, project lead (and Fabricatorz Developer) Bassel Safadi presents back-end systems that have been revamped and polished to deliver content at lightning speed. Pretty URLs, a hotly requested feature, has made it’s way into the new Release, complete with documentation. Developer control continues to drive bug fixes and revisions. Once system-dependent, Aiki Alert messages have been retooled to allow complete handling, via CSS.

Aiki’s leading site, The Open Clip Art Library is showing no signs of slowing down with it’s 2.8 Release. Fabricatorz Developer Brad Phillips brings in a new “Collections” feature, in which registered users can create sets that contain the clip arts of their choosing! The process begins by finding the perfect image and selecting “+Add to Collection” on the right-hand side of the details page. Created Collections are displayed on each user’s profile page. This Release is marked by an update of the site to use Creative Commons latest CC Zero Public Domain Dedication tool. Jon Phillips says of the new Dedication:

“Open Clip Art Library is used all around the world by Wikipedia, teachers, artists, and plain old Mom’s as a key source for graphics. By updating our licensing tool, we are in compliance with the latest Creative Commons recommendation for releasing works into the public domain globally, and leading on the net with trying to increase sharing. This type of sharism is crucial to the open web.”

For more information about the latest Aiki Framework and Open Clip Art Library offerings (including new themed content), check out the Official Press Release. To get involved and help bring these projects to even greater heights in upcoming releases, take a look a look at the Launchpad blueprints for both Aiki Framework and The Open Clip Art Library.

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Open Clip Art Library 2.5 Ignites Community

September is upon us, and the monthly crossover has again brought along a new update from the Librarians at The Open Clip Art Library. The Open Clip Art Library 2.5 is a feature-rich upgrade that continues along the path forged by it’s predecessors, while distinguishing itself with key Community-driven design implementations.

2.5 means a few great enhancements for the OCAL platform, but none outshine the most immediately noticeable. An Activities Box has been placed front-and-center for all site visitors to utilize. This new section, developed by Fabricatorz’ own Brad Phillips, was set in motion in hopes of increasing Community contributions. Users will find up-to-date links relating to the most recent goings on in The Open Clip Art Library domain. In this way, the Activities Section serves as a platform for Community projects and Contests to grow and prosper like never before!

WorldLabel notes:

In the weeks since it’s implementation, the statistics, alone, provide an exhibit A of sorts. Site registration is up 1,100 over the month prior, while last month also saw over 1,100 new image uploads (bringing the total to an unbelievable 34,160 – as of this writing).

Alongside the 2.5 upgrade comes the latest Themed Package Release. This month’s theme focused on the Fall Season. The newly instantiated Activities Box helped propel the Package to an astounding 120 plus original submissions (a 75% improvement over the month prior)! The Librarians hope to continue this upward trend with next moth’s big Halloween 2010 Theme. Don’t fogret to tag your related spooky SVGs with the key term halloween2010, when uploading!

Keeping pace with OCAL, Fabricatorz Developer Bassel Safadi’s Aiki Framework updates to Version 0.4! This latest release includes features-a-plenty and several key bug fixes involving the SQL in the admin panel. The latest stable build can be acquired via the project official press release.

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Clip Art of the Month: “Locked” Technology

Our latest “Clip Art of the Month” post is up on

With so much attention directed at Apple and their highly anticipated tablet technology, it may be interesting to discuss the approach they’ve taken toward content regulation and how it might impact the open source community. As you read the full blog post, feel free to share your thoughts.

Also, visit Open Clip Art Library to view and contribute work of your own!

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10by10by10: Support the Libre Graphics Meeting!

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10by10by10: Support LGM2010!

The Libre Graphics Meeting (LGM) is the annual working conference for free software graphics application users and developers. The fifth edition takes place 27-30 May 2010 in Brussels, Belgium. Teams from GIMP, Inkscape, Blender, Krita, Scribus, Hugin, Open Font Library and many other graphics projects gather to improve their software and discuss new ideas for interoperability and shared standards.

LGM2010 has launched a fundraising campaign called 10by10by10 to raise $10,000 USD from grants, $10K from corporations and $10K from the community. The funds raised from granting organizations, public, and corporate partners will allow participants who have no other means of sponsoring their travel to Brussels to attend the event.

You can contribute to 10by10by10 at:

All donations are tax deductible for US taxpayers. For larger donations from corporations and individuals, please contact us directly at

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Milkymist One video synthesizer shown at 6th Libre Graphics Meeting in Montreal

Montreal, May 13, 2011- More than 200 active developers, artists, and attendees of the 6th Libre Graphics Meeting 2011 in Montreal were able to see the Milkymist One video synthesizer ( live for the first time, to entertain and surprise them between talks and during breaks. Real-time video synthesis with audio and video input had been available before in proprietary packages combining multiple devices and costing several thousand USD. Milkymist One combines this into a small form factor, and uses only free software and free hardware acceleration.

“The Milkymist One is the future of live performance and is the real freedom box, available now. Without a truly open hardware architecture, developers working on free and open software are going to be locked out from the future of development,” said Jon Phillips, Fabricatorz Founder and Qi Hardware Co-founder. “I am extremely proud to use the Milkymist One live at the event, and explain why its so important for the future of Libre Graphics.”

Phillips is giving a final keynote presentation at LGM2011 where he is presenting the future of Libre Graphics, moving from developers on desktop systems they control, to network services outward towards embedded hardware for making graphics.

Later that night, Milkymist One will be featured during the Libre Graphics Meeting 2011 closing ceremony in Montreal at an event called Geepsters.

The Milkymist project is an informal organization of people and companies who develop, manufacture and sell a comprehensive open source solutions ( for the live synthesis of interactive visual effects for video performance artists, clubs and musicians. The project goes great lengths to apply the open source principles at every level possible, and is best known for the Milkymist system-on-chip (SoC) which is among the first commercialized system-on-chip designs with free HDL source code. Several Milkymist technologies have been reused in applications unrelated to video synthesis, such as NASA’s Communication Navigation and Networking Reconfigurable Testbed (CoNNeCT).

Milkymist One is currently available in limited quantities to early adopters, and will be available later this summer for general use, at a target price of 499 USD.

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Thanks to You (Happy Thanksgiving)

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[ Photo of beirut sunset by Joi ]

Happy Thanksgiving! Don’t forget to eat some pumpkin pie and tell everyone around you how thankful you are for them!

With that being said, thank you to you for supporting Fabricatorz! Thanks to all who have contributed to our projects and working with us. Also, thanks to all our friends and family members!

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Laoban Soundsystem 1.5 at Dorkbot Beijing this FRIDAY!


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The upcoming dorkbot on Friday in Beijing will also feature the Laoban Soundsystem 1.5. The big Laoban speakers with Chinese broken-ice grills will go outdoors. CORE will also provide a projector. If you make electronic music and/or have some video works to show off, please bring them out!

Read more over at my (rejon’s) blog! Come on out! Take pictures and plug into the Laoban crew!

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StatusNet launches StatusNet Enterprise Network!

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StatusNet did a launch today of StatusNet Enterprise Network, their support program specifically tailored for corporate clients.

Enterprise Network members participate in StatusNet’s exclusive on-line enterprise community, where they can get advice from other enterprise users and interact directly with StatusNet architects and engineers.

For details on SEN plans, see network.

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Aiki Framework Version 0.8 Hits the Web

Today, the Fabricatorz announced the Release of Aiki Framework 0.8, an ultra-fast and intuitive open web development framework that serves as the foundation for much of our finest work. The Announcement highlights many notable improvements to the software:

Helping to further bridge the gap between development and live site results, an SQL Query test box has been added to the top of Aiki’s Admin interface. Here, site architects can run database queries and test their results before committing code to a widget.

To learn more about how Aiki Framework can increase your web productivity, have a look at the Official Press Release and download the software.

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Join us for the Libre Graphics Meeting 2010!

San Francisco and Brussels, Thursday 15 April 2010 – Libre Graphics Meeting is an annual working conference for the free software graphics application community. Developers from the full spectrum of graphics applications — image editors, photography, 3-D and 2-D animation, vector art, graphic design, typography – collaborate with each other on interoperability, push the state of the art in application functionality and user experience, and get important face-to-face interaction with users.

LGM 2010 will take place between May 27 and 30th at De Pianofabriek in Brussels, Belgium. Developers from GIMP, Inkscape, Blender, Krita, Scribus, Hugin, the Open Clipart Library, the Open Font Library, and other open source projects are scheduled to appear. Technical talks will showcase new work in digital asset management, natural-media simulation, and internationalized font design. The program will also emphasize real-world usage of open source graphics software in professional publishing houses, multimedia production, and both the secondary education and art school classroom. Developers, users, or community members who would like to give a talk at LGM 2010 are encouraged to submit a proposal by following the instructions at The deadline for submissions is May 1.

Attendance at LGM is free for developers and users alike – so the conference counts on the generosity of the open source graphics community to help underwrite the costs of putting on the conference and to help make it possible for individual open source developers to attend. This year the LGM team launched a fundraising campaign called
10by10by10 to raise $10,000 USD from grants, $10K from corporations and $10K from the community. The funds raised from granting organizations, public, and corporate partners will allow participants who have no other means of sponsoring their travel to Brussels to attend the event.

The public sector in Belgium and the EU has been tremendously supportive of LGM, and has already exceeded its 10,000 dollar goal. However, some of the grant money donated is for specific tools, such as providing simultaneous language translation of the talks, and thus cannot be put towards the goal of allowing every developer who wants to attend to be there in person.

Please make a donation to the community fundraising campaign at: – and help a free graphics software developer benefit from the in-person collaboration at this year’s LGM.

Community donations have already raised $3,020 – help us make the total by May 1st. Any amount, no matter how small, is helpful; many developers in Europe need only a small stipend for rail travel to make the trip a possibility. All donations are tax deductible for US taxpayers. For larger donations from corporations and individuals, contact us directly at

For more information about LGM 2010, previous years’ meetings, and the Create Project that organizes the workshop, please visit

Press Contacts

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Openclipart Scissors Logo and Clipart Opportunities

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Have you seen the new Openclipart scissors logo? This is one of many updates over at Openclipart. Most important, there are loads of new images that anyone can use freely for posters, business cards, presentations or other design needs.

Also, if you are desiging APPS, we want to talk with you about opportunities! The Openclipart is not only a website, but a full service platform for sharing and storing images. Think of the possibilities in using Openclipart to build a drawing APP for Android, iPhones and iPads. Let’s draw together and share clipart opportunities!

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Art Density: A Survey Of Vienna Austria

I have never visited a metropolitan area more creatively dense than Veinna, the sheer volume of cultural activities in such a small area is profound.

Spring Flowers Near Rathaus - Vienna, Austria

The city is walkable, there’s great public transport, an easy rental bike system, and in spring the flowers and trees are going bonkers, bursting with life…

Parks are filled with folks soaking up the sun and spring energy.

Small Girl With Dog - Vienna, Austria

I visited the Leopold Museum where they exhibited a reconstruction of Gustav Klimt’s studio, a quaintly minimalist space influenced by Japanese culture surrounded by his art. In addition, the curators had placed 400 postcards written to Klimt’s fashion designer and friend Emilie Flogue in glass cases that snaked through the series of galleries. The cards read like a Twitter feed in 1900’s…I remember seeing as many as 3 a day.

 Egon Schiele, Seated Male Nude (Self-Portrait) © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 465
Egon Schiele, Seated Male Nude (Self-Portrait) © Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 465

At the end, I was absolutely emotionally blown to bits by Egon Schiele’s Self Portriat which is on the first floor on display in the permanent collection.

Inside Quartier 21 there was a free-entry tribute to John Cage entitled “Wanting to say something about John” sponsored by the TONSPUR_library.

On the back side of Mumok (where I saw the Claes Oldenburg retrospective) there is an artist in residence studio program and a HUGE variety of information on Austrian art and cultural institutions. I’m definitely applying for that opportunity at MuseumsQuartier, as the studios are contemporary spaces with amazing natural light directly in the center of the action.

Erwin Schrodinger Sculpture In University of Vienna Courtyard - Vienna, Austria

Down the street is a bust of one of my favorite scientists in the central plaza of the University of Vienna. Dr. Schrödinger (who I know for his cat thought experiment) is one of my go-to philosophers along with Albert Camus when it comes to absurdity and uncertainty being the right way to look at solving problems…artistically, creatively, or otherwise.

Academic opportunities abound in the arts like the University of Applied Arts Vienna where the assumption is that the students will explore art and research together.

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One of my favorite pieces is Stefanie Wuschitz’ “Looped Scroll” which reinterprets Carolee Schneemann’s Interion Scroll from 1975. In addition Stefanie has established Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory Female-centric hacker space also located inside the MuseumsQuartier.

Nagy  Anna & Vasja  Watzing, Schleifmühlgasse 12-14 - Vienna, Austria

I visited Schleifmühlgasse 12-14 what drew me in was Ping Pong by Nagy Anna
and Vasja Watzing. In addition Breakable Structure followed the second day.

I’ve already begun a list of places to go next time: I want to visit MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art. and the Vienna Secession.

So if you’re looking for a massive infusion of art and culture make sure to visit Vienna the next time you’re in Europe. I highly recommend a week or more in this fine city.

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Our Incubated Company, Aiki Lab Supports Aiki Framework

A few years ago, we got swept up in a wave of projects in Singapore. A little prior, Bassel invented the Aiki Framework software for powering the heavily trafficked Open Clip Art Library which needed a fast database-backed engine that allowed for collaboration. Bassel and myself set out to make a company around this project, because we had some good offers of support in the Neoteny Singapore project by Joi Ito, and Christopher and I didn’t want Fabricatorz to become locked into one technology platform.

Aiki Lab HackerSpace logo (PT Sans)

While we do prefer to use Aiki Framework for web-based software, we push the development and holding of all Aiki projects over to the completely separate company, Aiki Lab. While this is mostly an on-paper different project right now, expect more from Aiki Lab in the future.

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Open Clip Art Library Releases Version 2.1!

The Librarians at The Open Clip Art Library have been working around the clock to deliver a solid followup, building upon the success of their April 2.0 release. With the help of members of our Fabricatorz team, mission accomplished!

Key features of this new release aim to reward OCAL users and contributors by increasing usability and functionality. Among these new features, the ability for authors to delete images they’ve uploaded allows for revisions on work, while also reducing clutter and the need for duplicate graphics. Users from years past who are itching to get back into the contribution space are encouraged to dust off those old accounts, as The Open Clip Art Library now has recovery options for name/password information.

An amazing time-saving feature comes in the form of multi-upload capability. Any contributor wishing to put up collections of work can do so quickly and efficiently, adding tags and descriptions in the process. The “Remix” button, found on the details page of uploaded vector images, is yet another step in a positive direction for OCAL. This button creates a platform for contributors to easily and effectively reference artwork that they’ve used as a foundation for new clip art.

On behalf of The Open Clip Art Librarians, the Fabricatorz team would like to thank the OCAL community for their wonderful contributions. The community is on track to double the amount of new uploads this month, compared to March’s statistics! Head over to the project wiki to read the official Open Clip Art Library 2.1 press release.


Fabricatorz: This Week – Sharism Forum & Arab World Workshops

The Fabricatorz are once again travel-ready as this week picks up steam. Most immediate on the list of events, Get It Louder 2010 is in final prep stages before lifting off in Shanghai. This year’s exhibition, a popular platform for new and upcoming artists, is themed around Sharism. As such, a Sharism Forum, coordinated and moderated by members of Fabricatorz will kick off the week-long event

A recent StatusNet blog goes into detail about how the event will be paced:

Jon Phillips is a moderator and organizer of the Sharism Conference in Shanghai which is taking place on Friday October 22,2010. He will be talking on Friday from 1:00pm to 1:30pm.

All are invited to this initial Sharism Forum to see the fruits of our labor.

From Get It Louder, the action continues into the Arab World. On October 23, much of the Fabricatorz Team will present at ICTQatar, a workshop based around free software and open source development. Main goals for this event will be to educate those eager to discover methods for open source development, advantages in using them, and why open source techniques are important. Attendees can expect all free culture bases to be covered, including: backgrounds, latest developments, and practical how-to’s.

Rounding out an action-packed next few days, Fabricatorz will be assisting AikiLab in putting together a DJ/VJ Party at the HackerSpace, in Damascus. Partying is free, but the drinks will cost!

Even more news, events and recaps on tap for next week!

UPDATE:Jon Phillips adds a huge thank you to Fabricatorz team members, Christopher Adams and Sophie Chiang for making Sharism Forum real. Without them, the conference would not have happened. Thank you so much. Fabricatorz coordinated the Sharism Forum happening in Shanghai right now with the help of our sponsors, Get It Louder, Google and Mozilla.

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StatusNet 0.9.0 and OStatus – Try it out!

OStatus Logo designed by REJON + AndyFitz

StatusNet 0.9.0 is released and is available for immediate download from the site.
This release includes the following new features and we invite the developer community to please try it and report back :

  • Support for the new distributed status update standard OStatus, based on PubSubHubbub, Salmon, Webfinger, and Activity Streams.
  • Support for location using the Geolocation API. Notices are (optionally) marked with lat-long information with geo microformats, and can be shown on a map.
  • No fixed content size. Notice size is configurable, from 1 to unlimited number of characters. Default is still 140!
  • An authorization framework, allowing different levels of users.
  • A Web-based administration panel.
  • A moderation system that lets site moderators sandbox, silence, or delete uncooperative users.
  • A flag system that lets users flag profiles for moderator review.
  • Support for OAuth authentication in the Twitter API.
  • User roles system that lets the owner of the site to assign administrator and moderator roles to other users.
  • A pluggable authentication system.

see the full list of features here:
A full changelog is available at StatusNet 0.9.0/Changelog.

Also, the OStatus process is underway!

OStatus lets people on different social networks follow each other. It’s transparent to your friends, colleagues and family which software or service you use. They can get your status updates on their own sites and reply, like, or re-post your updates.

OStatus isn’t a new protocol; it applies some great protocols in a natural and reasonable way to make distributed social networking possible.

The OStatus spec is a first step in this direction. We’re eager to work with other implementers to make it better, to smooth the rough edges, and to improve the overall experience.

Everyone interested is invited to join the ostatus-discuss mailing list to get this discussion moving.

Thanks to everyone who’s made these protocols work so well together. We hope that OStatus can bring these efforts one more step forward.

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Sharism Forum 2010.10.22 Shanghai 800 SHOW

时间:二零一零年十月二十二日 AM 10:00 – PM7:00
与会嘉宾:Christopher ADAMS、钟宏安 Edmon CHUNG、付晓东 FU Xiaodong、
宫力 Li GONG、胡泳 HU Yong、Brianna LAUGHER、Mike LINKSVAYER、刘妍 LIU Yan、毛向辉 Isaac MAO、欧宁 OU Ning、Jon PHILLIPS、Nate PRODROMOU、邱林川 Jack QIU、 田霏宇 Philip TINARI、於积理 Gino YU、张安定 Zafka ZHANG


本届大声展精选了北京及上海两站,继续采取巡展的模式,9月19日在北京开展(展期至 10月10日),此后将移至上海(10月22日至11月7日)。在展览创始人——同时也是去年深圳·香港城市建筑双城双年展的总策展人 ——欧宁的主持下,2010大声展将探讨分享主义这一主题。在网络2.0与社交媒体、云智能、推特等现象的语境下,“分享主义”将审视逐步纠结、难以分割的公共和私人领域。从更广阔的角度来看,这一主题将涉及合作、个人主体及集体行动等问题,同时致力于把展览变成争取虚拟和真实社区空间的场所。

2010大声展将在上海举行的为期一天的“分享主义论坛”,届时会通过小组讨论和讲座的形式探讨本届展览的主题。该论坛同时是2010大声展上海站的开幕活动。在全球性的分享文化正在世界各地持续发声的同时,许多国际与本地人士,纷纷以其行动与作品,实践了分享主义精神,塑造出这一波全球性的分享主义风潮。论坛邀请多位认同”分享主义”精神、打造“分享主义“文化的国际与本地思想家、实践者与行动份子,一同探讨并分享其经验。 我们诚挚邀请您的参与,加入我们成为这一波分享文化运动的一份子。会议中将探讨各种基于分享精神的实践,并引介最新的分享科技、特色及其运用。


分享主义是一场心灵革命:你给出的越多,你得到的越多。你分享的越多,你将得到更多人的分享。它是我们身处的资讯时代的信仰系统;是透过自由及开放源代码软件的人际与技术网络所传播的哲学;也是每一则用户生成内容(UGC, User-Generated Content)的背后动机。它是知识共享(Creative Commons)的宗旨,鼓励人们分享、重混,并给予文化创造更多的认同与肯定。分享主义:是一种人人都可以尝试的精神实践,它也是一种日常的行为,召唤了日益精进的集体智慧的到来。我们更不应忽略,乐于分享的人们获得了来自各种社群的敬意,社会资本因此得以不断地累积。






分享主义, 正将我们所有人紧密地连结在一起。


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