[call for submissions] Cryptodesign Challenge, deadline November 1
Posted: 20 September 2016 05:27 PM
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This challenge is organised by MOTI, Museum of the Image and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences as well as other partners: 


Reshaping the image of the deep web

The public debate on privacy has had a focus on the incredible complex individual protection of privacy for many years. The Crypto Design Challenge aims to reduce this complexity by painting a different picture of the Deep Web and make it accessible as a privacy tool for the masses.

THE CRYPTO DESIGN CHALLENGE IS AN OPEN CALL TO ALL YOUNG DESIGNERS, ARTISTS AND STUDENTS TO DEVELOP NEW IDEAS AND TO SUBMIT INSPIRING PLANS AND PROPOSALS TO RESHAPE THE IMAGE OF THE DEEP WEB INTO A POSITIVE ONE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE TO ALL.

THE CRYPTO DESIGN CHALLENGE WELCOMES:

• artistic visualisations
• design interventions
• imaginative interfaces
• design proposals
• itineraries and cartographies
• tor browser art projects
• guided tours to unexplored parts of the web
• adblockers 2.0
• Deep Web search engines and crawlers
• online identity strategies (beyond individual camouflage, hiding, masking)
• design of public spaces and collective free zones that are not susceptible to surveillance
• transformations of privacy from an individualized protection plan from snoopers and hackers, to a collective effort.

SEND YOUR SUBMISSIONS AS PDF TO: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Submissions should consist of a description and visuals. Choice of materials is entirely free: photography, video, animation, 3D, 2D, print gaming, interactive audio and code.

https://cryptodesign.org/

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Posted: 04 October 2016 12:39 PM   [ # 1 ]
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*UPDATE*

The organisation is running a two-day workshop this week (6-7 Oct.) to create new imagery of the Deep Web. There are still spots available:

During the Deep Web Workshop we will spend two days reshaping the image of the deep weep. We’ll dig into unfolding cartography, pop-up power structures, paper engineering infographics and more. Speakers Anthony van der Meer and Patricia de Vries will kick-off the workshop with a short talk about crypto art, and an actual guided tour into the deep web…See you there! https://www.facebook.com/events/284537518597827/ 

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