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About This Series

Distributed, playful & disruptive

STUNTS concludes the series of conference events of the Disruption Network Lab in 2015. Political stunts as an artistic and activist practice generate criticism by creating distributed, playful and disruptive interventions. Artists, hackers, mythmakers, hoaxers, critical thinkers and disrupters present practices of mixing the codes, creating disturbance, subliminal interventions, giving raise to paradoxes, fakes and pranks. Subversion, disruption and disorder have been performed as a critique of the status quo by many underground projects in the course of the past decades. How can subversive actions happen today, in the context of increasingly invasive corporations and government agencies, after the NSA scandal?


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