Where the idea came from? During the last years there have been thousands of public demostrations in many cities all over the world due to lack of democracy, economic crisis, corruption, social cutbacks… Many of those have been influenced by Internet thanks to the access provided to worldwide digital news and social networks. In Spain …
Thanks to Olivia for this great article!
Link to the article in Wired.Co.Uk
Thanks to Carlos Fernández for this nice video of the ongoing work during Interactivos 2013:
Thanks to David García for the interview he did about our project Kit de Libertad de Expresión.
You can find in the number 40 of this great magazine. Here an appetizer: Yorokobu nº 40
Credits: pictures linked from their webpage.
Thanks from the whole team to Régine Debatty for this nice interview in her blog We-Make-Money-Not-Art:
Link to the Interview!
Actipedia has included the KLE as a new tactic to challenge power and offer visions of a better society.
Thanks to Nora Frances, as the one that included the post!
Link to Actipedia article
In this link you can check the initial presentation of the project before the great adventures of Ineractivos’13 took place in Medialab Prado, Madrid.
We learnt a lot thanks to the feedback we got from everybody during that workshop. Thanks everyone and thanks Medialab Prado!
Thanks to Medialab Prado, Libre Graphics and all the wonderful people we met those days!!!
Link to KLE initial presentation in Medialab Prado web
At the end of this article they mention the KLE (“Kit de Libertad de Expresión”) after talking about the great Libre Graphics Meeting 2013.
“Herramientas para un mundo legible y editable” por Roberta Bosco y Stefano Caldana. Blog El arte en la edad del silicio, El País. 08 de abril de 2013.