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# AMRO WORKSHOP

## HOW TO JOIN:

~~Common information that should be copied in each file. -> into Readme.md ?~~

Read the instructions in the corresponding page

REGISTER IN THE corresponding WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION PAGE

And, if needed, get materials ready on time.

All the workshops will be held in BBB. To see how it works follow instructions here  (link to AMRO infrastructure file) 

you will receive an email with the room information a couple of days before the workshop

ADDITIONAL STUFF:\
HOW TO JOIN AMRO - INFRASTRUCURE Sheet

## 21st

14:00 - 15:30 **Bootleg Library Session: Notes on Texts**, Simon Browne

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(21_THURSDAY/01_Bootleg_Library_Session/README.md)
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14:00 - 15:30 Infrastructure, sustainability, technology, crisis: making visible the invisible, Re:Common (21*THURSDAY/02*Infrastructure*Sustainability*Technology_Crisis/README.md)

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(21_THURSDAY/02_Infrastructure_Sustainability_Technology_Crisis/README.md)
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14:00 - 15:30 Introduction: Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer, Wolfgang Spahn (21*THURSDAY/03*Chuas*Circuit-Part1*Introduction/README.md)

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(21_THURSDAY/03_Chuas_Circuit-Part1_Introduction/README.md)
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16:00 - 17:00 ASMR for Earthly Survival, Post-Bio-Internet Collective (21*THURSDAY/03*Chuas*Circuit-Part1*Introduction/README.md)

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(21_THURSDAY/04_ASMR_for_Earthly_Survival/README.md)
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16:00 - 17:00 Whole Waste Catalog, Raphael Perret 

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(21_THURSDAY/05_Whole_Waste_Catalog/README.md)
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16:00 - 17:30  Computational Cultural Publishing: Climate Emergency Sprint, Simon Worthington 

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(21_THURSDAY/06_Computational_Cultural_Publishing-Part1/README.md)
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## 22nd

11:00 - 13:00: LivingLab, Michal Klodner, Nikola Brabcova 

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(22_FRIDAY/01_LivingLab/README.md)
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13:00 - 15:00: Speculative nows for post covid-19 futures, KairUs, Anuradha Reddy, Bastien Kerspern, Özgün Eylül İşcen 

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(22_FRIDAY/02_Speculative_Nows/README.md)
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14:00 - 15:30: Test, Debug and Exchange: Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer, Wolfgang Spahn 

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(22_FRIDAY/03_Chuas_Circuit-Part2_Test_Debug_Exchange/README.md)
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14:00 - 17:00: Trace Carbon, Jamie Allen, Caroline Sinders 

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(22_FRIDAY/04_Trace_Carbon/README.md)
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16:00 - 17:30: DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies, Dasha Ilina 

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(22_FRIDAY/05_DIY_Solutions_to_Hack_Contemporary_Technologies/README.md)
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16:00 - 18:00:  An ideation workshop on mapping sustainability criteria with free and open source software communities core values, Malte Reißig 

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(22_FRIDAY/06_Mapping_Sustainability_Criteria/README.md)
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## 23rd

14:00 - 15:30 Decentralized organizational models, held by an XR Austria participant 

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(23_SATURDAY/01_Decentralized_Organizational_Models/README.md)
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14:00 - 16:00 Hacking & Developing Modular Synth Hardware, Trial#1 

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(23_SATURDAY/02_Hacking_Developing_Modular_Synth_Hardware/README.md)
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14:00 - 17:00 Post-Growth, DISNOVATION.ORG 

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(23_SATURDAY/03_Post_Growth/README.md)
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14:00 - 17:00 NotFoundOn 

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(23_SATURDAY/04_NotFoundOn/README.md)
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16:00 - 17:00 Computational Cultural Publishing: Climate Emergency Sprint / Pt. 2, Simon Worthington 

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(23_SATURDAY/05_Computational_Cultural_Publishing-Part2/README.md)
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17:00 - 17:45 Encrypt, Print, Decrypt!, Mara Karagianni 

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(23_SATURDAY/06_Encrypt_Print_Decrypt/README.md)
```

======

# day 1

## Bootleg Library Session: Notes on Texts

##### Simon Browne

The *bootleg library* is a particular, situated social infrastructure that operates from the understanding that the library is a collection of texts and readers.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/bootleg-library-session-notes-texts>

Infrastructure, Sustainability, Technology, Crisis: Making Visible the Invisible

 Re:Common

This workshop is largely a discussion format where we will explore the broader re-shaping of the so called "extractivist society", which started before the pandemic and took advantage of it; the material infrastructure supporting its broader pattern of change; the social, environmental and climate implications of the re-configuration of the global economy.

<https://www.radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/infrastructure-sustainability-technology-crisis-making-visible-invisible>

Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer — Part 1: Introduction

 Wolfgang Spahn

A workshop about Chua’s Circuit within the analog computer Confetti to generate chaotic signals, noise and sound. In the workshop we will learn the basic principles of an analog computer. We also will build the two main components for Chua’s Circuit a Gyrator and a Chua’s Diode. And with these two modules we will create a circuit in order to listen to the butterfly in our tornado.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/chuas-circuit-within-analog-computer-chuas-circuit-within-analog-computer-part-1>

ASMR for Earthly Survival

 Post-Bio-Internet Collective

“ASMR for earthly survival” explores the potential of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a tool for the creation of intimate science fiction storytelling narratives.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/asmr-earthly-survival-0>

Whole Waste Catalog — After the First Pilot

 Raphael Perret

Since 2012 my ongoing research on the topic of informal e-waste recycling has been the starting point for works in various mediums and formats. As i see the urgent necessity of an intervention into reality beyond art, I allow myself the liberty to go even a step further and get engaged with the smartphone app 'Whole Waste Catalog', providing bottom-up education and support for informal e-waste workers. \
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I am now presenting the current state of the project, its findings and put it up for discussion.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/whole-waste-catalog-after-first-pilot>

Computational Cultural Publishing: Climate Emergency Sprint — Part 1

 Simon Worthington

In this workshop you're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about climate change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/computational-cultural-publishing-climate-emergency-sprint-pt-1>

# d2

LivingLab

 Michal Klodner, Nikola Brabcova

The workshop is a place for exchange between artists and researchers working on the connection between technical and natural environments. Participation includes talks, hands-on digital microscopy, social networks, solar energy.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/livinglab>

# 

Speculative Nows for Post COVID-19 Futures

 KairUs, Anuradha Reddy, Bastien Kerspern, Özgün Eylül İşcen

In this workshop we want to take time, space and (privileged) right to think about the future. When the earlier imagined futures of "smartness" producing resilience seem to be failing we like to share experiences and discuss local community responses and alternative ad-hoc networks that emerge within our newly defined living spaces in our countries, cities, neighbourhood and households.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/speculative-nows-post-covid-19-futures>

Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer — Part 2: Test, Debug and Exchange

 Wolfgang Spahn

A workshop about Chua’s Circuit within the analog computer Confetti to generate chaotic signals, noise and sound. In this session we will debug and test our instruments and have an exchange on the remote-workshops

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/chuas-circuit-within-analog-computer-chuas-circuit-within-analog-computer-part-2-test>

# 

Trace Carbon

 Jamie Allen, Caroline Sinders

The workshop Trace Carbon is largely a discussion format, framed around the markets and techniques for carbon measurement and management currently proposed and underway in environmental, ecological, governmental, industrial and technological contexts. The workshop features presentations of ongoing related work, and a ‘reader’. The workshop itself will involve recordings of ‘carbon traces’ — stories by and with participants — to be published in some form through the Cycles of Circulation project.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/trace-carbon>

DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies

 Dasha Ilina

DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies is a workshop focused on imagining DIY objects against health problems that arise from technology, using materials you can find in your own home. If you have ever experienced eye dryness from staring at a screen for too long or neck pain from looking down at your phone too much, this workshop is for you!

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/diy-solutions-hack-contemporary-technologies>

An Ideation Workshop on Mapping Sustainability Criteria with Free and Open Source Software Communities Core Values

 Malte Reißig

We want to map the core values associated with openness and freedom, like we got them to know engaging in free and open source software communities, with some sustainability criteria to try to describe and discuss the relatedness of these worlds.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/ideation-workshop-mapping-sustainability-criteria-free-and-open-source-software>

# d3

Decentralized Organizational Models

 An XR Austria participant

The good thing is that many organization models work well on a normal base during a regular day. But what will happen if there is an urgent situation? an emergency? Who is responsible to act, to communicate to talk for the group? In this workshop held by an XR Austria participant you will get to know how the XR organizational model works and then you will compare it with the one of your own organization.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/decentralized-organizational-models>

Hacking & Developing Modular Synth Hardware

 Trial#1

Noiselab Linz is offering a Workshop on Hacking and Developing simple Modular Synthesizer Hardware.

<https://www.radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/hacking-developing-modular-synth-hardware>

Post-Growth

 DISNOVATION.ORG

The workshop Post-Growth uses the frameworks of grassroots facilitation and gaming to structure a conversation about radical post-growth transformations in our lives. Is based on Disnovation.org's toolkit designed to increase awareness of the multiple root causes of these crises — rather than their mere consequences — as a basis to stimulate and provide a foundation for post-growth imaginaries, models and practices.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/post-growth>

NotFoundOn

 NotFoundOn Custodians

Over the past year Not Found On has been co-creating a mediawiki platform to record/connect feminist queer intersectional knowledge. It has done so by responding to tensions for the desire for privacy and the desire to share, as well as the precarious nature of the spaces we occupy. It is the recognition of bars, kitchens, sports teams as sites of knowledge creation and the desire to seek alternatives to corporately owned social media.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/notfoundon>

Computational Cultural Publishing: Climate Emergency Sprint — Part 2

 Simon Worthington

In this workshop you're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about climate change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/computational-cultural-publishing-climate-emergency-sprint-pt-2>

Encrypt, Print, Decrypt!

 Mara Karagianni

\# /Encrypt /Print /Decrypt \
Workshop by Mara 

<https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/encrypt-print-decrypt>

[AMRO Infrastructure Sheet: BigBlueButton](https://gitlab.servus.at/amro/of-whirlpools-and-tornadoes/-/blob/master/BBB_Instructions.md)