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Crowd funding and politics: the reconfiguration of public and private space

35f0a285fbf11a7155bb23695c5a270e?s=47 Eduardo Cuducos
July 12, 2016
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Crowd funding and politics: the reconfiguration of public and private space

Presentation given at Summer Doctoral Programme, Oxford Internet Institute (July 2016)

Basically this is an updated version of https://speakerdeck.com/cuducos/crowdfunding-and-the-reconfiguration-of-public-and-private-space-1

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Eduardo Cuducos

July 12, 2016
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  1. Crowd funding and politics the reconfiguration of public and private

    space Eduardo Gonçalves July 2016 @cuducos cuducos.me
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  12. marginal to incumbent institutions no government or corporations ƃ

  13. marginal to incumbent institutions no government or corporations ƃ not

    Occupy not anti-G8 no direct confront
  14. marginal to incumbent institutions no government or corporations ƃ not

    Occupy not anti-G8 no direct confront not NGO not social movements embrace
 profit
  15. What is political about crowdfunding?

  16. What is political about crowdfunding? Is it a new form

    of political action?
  17. What is political about crowdfunding? Is it a new form

    of political action? Does it changes the public ream?
  18. Society assumed the disguise of an organization of property-owners who,

    instead of claiming access to the public realm because of their wealth, demanded protection from it for the accumulation of more wealth. Hannah Arendt
  19. Society assumed the disguise of an organization of property-owners who,

    instead of claiming access to the public realm because of their wealth, demanded protection from it for the accumulation of more wealth. Hannah Arendt Private household labor Social political economy
  20. Society assumed the disguise of an organization of property-owners who,

    instead of claiming access to the public realm because of their wealth, demanded protection from it for the accumulation of more wealth. Hannah Arendt Public assembly action Private household labor Social political economy
  21. Contempt for politics Erwin A. Jaffe ŏ Menu dependence Sniderman

    and Bullock Contract and power Sheldon Wolin Anti-politics and the mitigation of the public Andreas Schedler Ȓ
  22. What Jefferson perceived to be the mortal danger was that

    the Constitution had given all power to citizens, without giving them the opportunity of being republicans. In other words, the danger that all power was given to the people in their private capacity of being citizens. Hannah Arendt
  23. What Jefferson perceived to be the mortal danger was that

    the Constitution had given all power to citizens, without giving them the opportunity of being republicans. In other words, the danger that all power was given to the people in their private capacity of being citizens. Hannah Arendt Social political economy Private household labor Public assembly action
  24. ♀ 27 interviews One third women, two thirds men Brazil

    USA, UK, Australia, China, France, Germany and Romania Different profiles Supporters, creators, founders or staff, and experts
  25. Heterodox way for making a living dancing and teaching tango,

    composing and recording authorial songs, coding software or offering specialized consultancy in sharing economy Maker culture “I am not a good bullshitter,I kind of like doing stuff.” Networked Gathering according to shared values  Autonomy Reduce constrains for action
  26. Money (and debt) is a social thing Nigel Dodd (and

    David Grabber) Exchanges between private and public realm Alexis de Tocqueville Expressive individualism Robert Bellah ♥ Chaotic pluralism Helen Margetts
  27. “It is not interesting, it is too unimpressive, it is

    too dry and dull to make money just for the sake of it”
  28. “It is not interesting, it is too unimpressive, it is

    too dry and dull to make money just for the sake of it” Count on several (ordinary) geese than to count on a (single) goose that lays golden eggs.
  29. “It is not interesting, it is too unimpressive, it is

    too dry and dull to make money just for the sake of it” Count on several (ordinary) geese than to count on a (single) goose that lays golden eggs. “The best way to sustain what you are doing is making profit” Money should circulate
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  31. “Somehow you are playing the patron”

  32. “Somehow you are playing the patron” “We create, hack this

    crazy system we live in.”
  33. Autonomy Money as sustainability Maker culture as freedom for action

    Intense personal relationships building their own network
  34. Autonomy Money as sustainability Maker culture as freedom for action

    Intense personal relationships building their own network An alternative and marginal path
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  36. “A context of mistrust and cynicism might discourage or pervert

    political participation,
 on the one hand, or spur
 innovation, on the other” Elizabeth A. Bennett
  37. “A context of mistrust and cynicism might discourage or pervert

    political participation,
 on the one hand, or spur
 innovation, on the other” Elizabeth A. Bennett Would the crowd part or crowdfunding be a new possibility for the public realm?
  38. “A context of mistrust and cynicism might discourage or pervert

    political participation,
 on the one hand, or spur
 innovation, on the other” Elizabeth A. Bennett Would the crowd part or crowdfunding be a new possibility for the public realm? Politics as action Hannah Arendt Charismatic leader Max Weber
  39. Thank you @cuducos cuducos.me

  40. explosm.net flickr.com/bnorthern flickr.com/doug88888 flickr.com/ionics flickr.com/jbid-post flickr.com/markusspiske flickr.com/miuenski flickr.com/ronnyandre flickr.com/stevenzwerink flickr.com/togawanderings

    flickr.com/tonz startnext.com/karma-chakhs @cuducos cuducos.me