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Chenta Tsai (Putochinomaricón) and Proyecto UNA

Reactionary Internet vs Bright Internet

We’ve seen how the more conservative sectors use memes, communication strategies and pop symbols for the effective mass dissemination of their ideology. When anyone speaks out against these discourses, they call them “namby-pambies” and defend their own “political incorrectness”. But is there a light in all this darkness? Communities that are marginalised by the hegemonic discourse also find spaces on the Internet to step up, protest and create networks using humour. We talk about them with Proyecto UNA and the artist Chenta Tsai (Putochinomaricón).

Related to Memefest, Memefest 2019

30 November 2019