Library Innovation Lab welcomes you to join Nathan Schneider and Adriane Rozier for a conversation on Sacred Stacks: The Art of Cyborg Community
This event will be held on April 3rd from 12pm-130pm in room 515 of The Reginald F. Lewis International Law Center Building. Remote option available via ZOOM. Registration is required. For those attending in-person, lunch and refreshments will be served from 12-1230pm.
Sacred Stacks is a project to explore the combinations of technology and social practices, or “stacks,” that support the making of vital communities.
The project involves seven grassroots communities who answered the call to “Bring Decentralized Tools to Your Community.”
For the second half of 2022, these communities explored together the needs, ethics, and challenges of emerging decentralized technologies. More than simple technological solutions, however, their conversations turned toward the dynamics of ritual, relationship, and poetics.
This event includes:
1. Adriane Rozier of Kibilio Community & Farm, an intergenerational, BIPOC and queer-led intentional community dedicated to embodied healing, and reparative, ecological, and reproductive justice.
2. Nathan Schneider of the Media Economies Design Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder, which experiments with democratic ownership and governance in the online economy.
The discussion will be moderated by Jack Cushman, director of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab.
Please register in advance at the link below, and also note if you are attending in-person or remote. For those attending in-person, boxed lunches (V, GF options) and refreshments will be served.