Interviewing the Crisis

Posted by Salvatore Iaconesi | Fri Dec 26th 2008 6:31 a.m.

*Interviewing the Crisis*
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a series of interviews and articles on the financial crisis and on its impact on art, with specific focus on the innovative practices through which people, communities and organizations around the world are starting to confront the changing scenario through technology, innovation, collaboration and activism.

browse here for a short review:

the articles will be progressively found on

Already published:

- an Introduction to the project

- interviewing the crisis part 1: Helen Thorington e Jo-Anne Green @

Soon to follow: Marc Garrett @NetBehaviour/FurtherField/loads_more and Simona Lodi@ToShare

We are accepting requests: if you want to publish a point of view or be interviewed for the project, let us know.
The articles will be collected in an online publication.
Articles will be in italian. Interviews will be in Italian and English.
Any help in translating is truly welcome

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  • Joe Edit | Sat Dec 27th 2008 12:22 a.m.
    How is it that every time a Republican president leaves office a financial crisis ensues?
    Should the media be surprised at this turn of events? Why does the mass media endorse this nonsense?
    Whenever a Bush leaves office the economy tanks, they tend to take the money with them.
    Well planned and well executed, there are so many targets in this most recent assault on society, but there is a common thread, the right winged stakeholders are showing their trump card, what a surprise.
    Set up so many guilty parties, make a lot of noise in the media, and then exit stage left.
    At we approve of this message.
    Joe Edit
    "so sue me"
  • b | Wed Dec 31st 2008 3:35 p.m.
    george w bush 2012... vp ron paul... silver haired experience and the gold standard, make this country a diamond
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