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Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014
Back to Back Theatre Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Education and Diversity
Back to Back Theatre Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper
Back to Back Theatre Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper
Arianna Huffington live from New York Back to Back Theatre Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper
Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper
Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014
Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Ryoji Ikeda
Borderline Festival '14 Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Ryoji Ikeda
Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper ΕVGE 2014
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Jack DeJohnette — Joe Lovano — Esperanza Spalding — Leo Genovese Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper Youth Theatre Festival 2014
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Jack DeJohnette — Joe Lovano — Esperanza Spalding — Leo Genovese Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper Youth Theatre Festival 2014
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Sophia Vgenopoulou / Grasshopper Youth Theatre Festival 2014
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 From Cavafologists to Cavafistas Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC A Secular Oratorio for Greek Easter Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Israel Galvan Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Israel Galvan Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Israel Galvan Α. Β. Yehoshua Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Israel Galvan Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 FFF | Rimini Protokoll: Situation Rooms Israel Galvan Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 FFF | Rimini Protokoll: Situation Rooms Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 FFF | Rimini Protokoll: Situation Rooms Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
"No Respect": Graffiti and street art at the OCC Cavafy Archive: Activities 2013-2014 Collide@CERN with Sight: In/Visible Worlds FFF | Rimini Protokoll: Situation Rooms Μedea Electronique: "Monotonia"
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Private and public on the Internet
Private and public on the Internet
Cycle IV
January - May 2012
The “Private and public on the Internet” cycle seeks to explore how we have come in recent years to attribute the features of a public place to the Internet. For better or worse, we tend to take it for granted that the freedoms, rights and obligations that govern our behaviour and relationships in public space apply, or at least should apply, as they stand in cyberspace. But is that actually the case? Where is the line dividing public from private on the Internet? And can we freely reproduce behaviours on the Internet which we consider self-evident in traditional public space? If not, what are the possible consequences of exercising our political freedoms on line, and what can we do to safeguard them and maximize the benefits accruing to our Internet use? Should we also guarantee the right to anonymity? How does the Internet work as a sphere for organizing citizen movements in democratic and authoritarian contexts? Finally, how are interpersonal relationships being transformed in the social networks era?
Events of the Cycle