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I+C+i. Research and innovation in the cultural sphere

Interview with Davide Toffolo

Davide Toffolo talks about him as an author of graphic novels and thinks about the future of culture and his ideal cultural lab. To coincide with the exhibition Pasolini Roma, on 2 july, the CCCB presented a special I+C+i session, Pasolini at the Lab, to explore how this Italian artist incorporated the concept of experimentation in his work.

The Comics of Pier Paolo Pasolini

Breixo Harguindey

Fragment of the cover of Pasolini by Davide Toffolo. Image courtesy of 451 Publishers “I’m not one of those intellectuals who read comics,” wrote Pasolini just two years before the publication of Umberto Eco’s Apocalyptic and Integrated in 1965, which made comic strips culturally respectable around the world.

ICIPedia. Six Years of Research and Innovation in the Cultural Sphere

CCCB Lab

A little over five years ago, museums didn’t have a presence on social networks, and there was no such thing as an integrated digital strategy. Discussions about intellectual property in the information and knowledge society were just beginning, and concepts like “the commons” and “co-creation” were largely ignored.

ICI Moderator

CCCB Lab

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I+C+i. Lab Cities

Debate with Laura Forlano, Inés Garriga, Antoni Nicolau Martí and Ramon Sangüesa

Ramon Sangüesa

CCCB Lab

What is knowledge?

Interview with Luis Ángel Fernández Hermana, Marc Garriga, Vincent Puig and Alex Hinojo

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Luis Ángel Fernández Hermana, Vincent Puig, Karma Peiró and Marc Garriga

I+C+i. The Value of Free Knowledge

What is knowledge? What type of knowledge do we need for the 21st century? Who vouches for this knowledge and why? What role does collective intelligence play? Freely available knowledge or knowledge free of charge? These are some of the questions debated by speakers at the I+C+i session on the value of free knowledge: Luis Ángel Fernández Hermana, Karma Peiró, Marc Garriga and Vincent Puig.

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Kenneth Goldsmith: "Archiving is the new popular art"

Interview with the founder of UBU Web

Kenneth Goldsmith is the founder of UBU Web, the benchmark online archive in avant-gardism. UbuWeb is an atypical, highly personal project, based on militancy, an example of DIY (do it yourself) and a demonstration of the individual’s potential to build contemporary historiography.

A revolution in education?

Sergi Jordà

Young children of today will be shaping our world very soon, and it is our responsibility to provide them with a richer and more creative education – away from the burdens of the 19th century education we are still relying on – and a grounded computer literacy, that will allow them to be freer, engaged, [...]

Eva Rexach

El darrer I+C+i de 2011 va estar dedicat a un dels temes que en aquest últim any han provocat més controvèrsia: els drets d’autor i la propietat intel·lectual. El repte era intentar acostar dues postures pràcticament irreconciliables: els qui consideren que s’han de mantenir els drets tal i com estan fins ara, i protegir l’autor; [.

The Washington Declaration on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest

CCCB Lab

The Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest, August 25-27, 2011, convened over 180 experts from 32 countries and six continents to help re-articulate the public interest dimension in intellectual property law and policy. This document records the conclusions from the Congress and is now [.

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I+C+i

La sexta jornada ICI del año 2011 estuvo dedicada a las Humanidades Digitales, una nueva disciplina en la que la contribución y la transindividuación juegan un papel importante. La sesión se dividió en dos partes; una primera de presentación de proyectos del IRI, la Fundación Mozilla y Microsoft, y una segunda basada en una conferencia [.

Bernard Stiegler

I+C+i Online

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I+C+i. Educació expandida #2

Debate with Roberto Aparici and Xavier Kirchner

In February 2010, we dealt with the impact of the digital context on education and learning methods. This new session will examine from a critical perspective the changes and the possibilities that the use of technology provides in schools and culture centres and how this will give way to a more fluent, and above all, a more relevant dialogue.

I+C+i. Educació expandida #2

Case presentation

In February 2010, we dealt with the impact of the digital context on education and learning methods. This new session will examine from a critical perspective the changes and the possibilities that the use of technology provides in schools and culture centres and how this will give way to a more fluent, and above all, a more relevant dialogue.

Serendipity: a bumpy ride

Ricard Solé

If you ask a scientist what is the weirdest experience in their research activities it is most likely the answer will be how good ideas sometimes come suddenly. [...]

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Brian Lamb

The Edupunk experience

The new digital context blurs the barriers of learning as we know it. New concepts, such as Open Social Learning and EduPunk, are added which make reference to Expanded Education.

I+C+i. Ecodesign in the cultural environment

Lecture by Joan Rieradevall

Joan Rieradevall is a doctor in Chemical Science, senior lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering and principal investigator of the group Sostenipra of the Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambiental (ICTA) at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. An expert in sustainability in the culture sector and specialist in eco-design, he will speak about energy saving, eco-efficiency and green purchase applied to ephemeral events and culture infrastructures.

I+C+i 2012

Research and innovation in the cultural sphere

I+C+i 2011

Research and innovation in the cultural sphere

I+C+i 2010

Research and innovation in the cultural sphere

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I+C+i 2009

Research and innovation in the cultural sphere

I+C+i 2007

Research and innovation in the cultural sphere