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Third edition 2018-2019

What can we do, in the field of culture, to ensure a freer, more open and egalitarian Internet? The third edition of the International Cultural Innovation Prize will be recognising innovative projects about the present and the future of the Internet that help to empower citizens and improve the Net. The winning proposal will form part of the 2019-2020 programme of the CCCB. 

Internet and Culture

Talk with the jury of the 3rd Cultural Innovation International Prize

The members of the international jury, Renata Ávila (Fundación Ciudadanía Inteligente), Marisol López (Cultura Digital, ICEC de la Generalitat de Catalunya), Nnenna Nwakanma, Laura Vidal (Global Voices) and Juan Insua (CCCB Lab), talk about their projects and the challenges and dilemmas posed by our use of Internet, as well as possible future scenarios.

Internet, internet!

The better we know the potentials and risks of the Internet and the technologies that accelerate and expand it, the better we will be able to use them to create a more critical, creative and democratic world.

The 4.0 revolution and its tunes

Ramon Sangüesa

As in the previous pointzero revolutions, the story of efficiency and economic growth coexists with the possibility of an alternative narrative that situates the community at the centre.

How do we want Internet to be?

The Cultural Innovation International Prize 2019

Based on man-on-the-street interviews with people explaining what the Internet was like in 1998, in 2019 we’re asking ourselves what kind of network we want today. If you have a proposal to make the Internet more open, transparent and accessible, and less controlled by large corporations, ...