To address this issue, the three organisations, in collaboration with Molemo Moiloa, worked, each in their own context, with researchers and developed together different multimedia formats (videos, sound programmes...). The multimedia material produced aims to explore different understandings of common goods and to develop strategies for common goods in the South.
The objective of these productions is to share lessons learned between our contexts, and to translate research into accessible and "toolable" content that can be shared within our ecosystems and beyond.
ial basis for a broader research process aimed at monitoring and understanding the way in which cultural and artistic centres, collectives and individual artists on the African continent engage with the idea of the commons.
Arts Collaboratory collaborative project
Multimedia research on common goods from the South.
Platohedro (Colombia), Kër Thiossane (Senegal) and the Centre d'art Waza (DRC), three organisations within the Arts Collaboratory, have identified an interest in collaborating on a project exploring the commons. This project responds to the need for more research and understanding of the commons, using a "south-south" approach.
Presentation Molemo Moiloa
POWER TO THE COMMONS
Perspectives from the south, on the use of technology and art to build common futures.