lofving at interactingarts.org
Wed Jul 7 15:47:55 CDT 2010
Ehm, scratch that about there not already being an organizational structure,
from a second glance it seems like quite the opposite. There does seem to be
a lot of driven people involved though!
On 7 July 2010 22:39, Axel Löfving <lofving at interactingarts.org> wrote:
> On 7 July 2010 20:37, Per Andersson <avtobiff at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 8:24 PM, Axel Löfving
>> <lofving at interactingarts.org> wrote:
>> > I'd still like to hear more about it, but I can't say it seems very
>> > promising. It would be a lot of work for a space less centrally located
>> > less accessible (I can't tell if there's wheelchair access, which we do
>> > @ UFS) What's in it for us? That is an honest question, because I would
>> > really like to know if there is something in it for us.
>> Autonomy I suppose.
>> The ability to do questionable activities in the legal and moral grey.
>> Reside in a creative environment with lots and lots of activities and
> Sharing a space is certainly a positive thing to me, I think what
> forskningsavd has got going with utkanten is something to emulate.
> I've found a Facebook group at
> http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=135830986444300 and a pad at
> http://pad.planka.nu/husfix so there doesn't seem to exist an
> organizational structure yet. I guess if we involve ourselves with this we
> can have a more organic role than what we had going at AK4.
> I'd like to get to know more specifics, like how it actually looks, and
> what we're allowed to do with this place. But seeing people from piratbyrån
> involved with this does instill me with some more confidence.
> > I guess I just don't want a repeat of the AFK4gate, is all I'm saying :P
>> First of all this is not a squat but a rented place. Secondly, why not?
> We don't have to pay anything to use the UFS space. If we're to stay at a
> place where we'll have to pay (at least a share of) the rent, it means we
> need to devote some time to how where going to do that. If we are to start
> having membership fees, to me it feels like quite an important thing that
> the new space is better than the one we have.
> Moving will be a hassle regardless, and I don't want to go rushing into it.
> That is something that happened with the AK4 space. I guess thats why I'm
> being all defensive.
> It's hard to find a day that works for everybody, but whenever you find a
> free wednesday to come by, I'd be really interested in hearing more about
> this. :)
> - anarkitekt
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