Get It Louder 2010大声展 分享主义论坛

 

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分享主义论坛
时间:二零一零年十月二十二日 AM 10:00 – PM7:00
地点:上海八百秀创意产业园
网站:www.getitlouder.com
与会嘉宾:Christopher ADAMS、钟宏安Edmon
CHUNG
、付晓东FU Xiaodong、宫力Li GONG、胡泳HU YongBrianna LAUGHERMike LINKSVAYER、刘妍LIU Yan、毛向辉Isaac MAO、欧宁OU NingJon PHILLIPSNate PRODROMOU、邱林川Jack QIU、 田霏宇Philip TINARI、於积理Gino YU、张安定Zafka ZHANG


始于2005年的大声展是中国最具影响力和最受瞩目的旨在展示各个创意领域崭露头角的青年艺术家的展览,继2005年和2007年的两届成功举办后,本次大声展将展示来自国内和国际的超过100位参展者的作品,所涉及的领域涵盖了艺术与设计、音乐、电影和文学。

本届大声展精选了北京及上海两站,继续采取巡展的模式,919日在北京开展(展期至 1010日),此后将移至上海(1022日至117日)。在展览创始人——同时也是去年深圳·香港城市建筑双城双年展的总策展人——欧宁的主持下,2010大声展将探讨分享主义这一主题。在网络2.0与社交媒体、云智能、推特等现象的语境下,分享主义将审视逐步纠结、难以分割的公共和私人领域。从更广阔的角度来看,这一主题将涉及合作、个人主体及集体行动等问题,同时致力于把展览变成争取虚拟和真实社区空间的场所。

2010大声展将在上海举行的为期一天的分享主义论坛,届时会通过小组讨论和讲座的形式探讨本届展览的主题。该论坛同时是2010大声展上海站的开幕活动。在全球性的分享文化正在世界各地持续发声的同时,许多国际与本地人士,纷纷以其行动与作品,实践了分享主义精神,塑造出这一波全球性的分享主义风潮。论坛邀请多位认同分享主义精神、打造分享主义文化的国际与本地思想家、实践者与行动份子,一同探讨并分享其经验。我们诚挚邀请您的参与,加入我们成为这一波分享文化运动的一份子。会议中将探讨各种基于分享精神的实践,并引介最新的分享科技、特色及其运用。

关于分享主义

分享主义是一场心灵革命:你给出的越多,你得到的越多。你分享的越多,你将得到更多人的分享。它是我们身处的资讯时代的信仰系统;是透过自由及开放源代码软件的人际与技术网络所传播的哲学;也是每一则用户生成内容(UGC, User-Generated Content)的背后动机。它是知识共享(Creative
Commons
)的宗旨,鼓励人们分享、重混,并给予文化创造更多的认同与肯定。分享主义是一种人人都可以尝试的精神实践,它也是一种日常的行为,召唤了日益精进的集体智慧的到来。我们更不应忽略,乐于分享的人们获得了来自各种社群的敬意,社会资本因此得以不断地累积。

分享主义是人类心灵的基本运作方式。神经系统学的运作机制显示,透过相连的神经元系统之间的互相回馈,各种行为及资讯方得以分享。这对于创意形成的过程有着非常深刻的启示:当你产生创作冲动时,你会发现,如果你内心的认知系统鼓励分享,你将更容易激发出更多的创意。透过建立一个创意回馈的过程,将会鼓励更多创意的产生。

社会性应用在沟通与协作上的快速成长,让越来越多人能够透过一个创意生态系统,从不同的服务中导出内容。透过线上多重的社会网络的连结,我们能够接触到全球各地的受众,让社会媒体成为大众媒体之外的另一种选择。新科技让分享主义在封闭的文化体系中得到了重生。自由及开放源代码的硬件与软件,使得真正的自由可以在沟通的过程中完全被实现。

有人担心分享行为,将使得人们对版权内容失去控制,导致个人收益严重受损,或者可能会降低创意的自由度。但在今天,分享的环境所得到的保护已超乎你所想象。很多新兴的社会化应用,让用户可以在分享过程中轻松地设定使用协议(例如使用创作共用的授权方式,或对隐私权进行设定)。任何违权行为不仅会受到
法律约束,还将受到社区的制约。从你的分享中获益的受众,也会帮助你维护权利。

随着移动通讯等新兴技术的进展,我们已更紧密地联系在一起,社会链的产出质量也不断提升。而当我们这些社会化的神经元联系得越开放、越紧密,整个分享的环境就会越优质。我们分享的智识越丰富,我们的行为也就越明智。

分享主义将成为下一波具全球范围影响力的超级力量。它将不再局限于某个国家,这股新兴力量,将成为一个由社会化软件所构成的全新的人际网络。我们可 以把现有的和正在形成中的民主制度,与新兴的集体协作的科技相结合,让人们可以从中探寻、分享、合成信息,以供公众使用。民主的未来,是即时性的,并且总是在网路中。

分享主义, 正将我们所有人紧密地连结在一起。

分享主义论坛协办:
Fabricatorz

分享主义论坛特别赞助:
Google Inc.
Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Drumbeat

组织者
shaofoundation.org.cn


Sharism Forum

Time: October 22, 2010 10 AM – 7 PM

Location: 800 SHOW Creative Park, Shanghai

Website: http://www.getitlouder.com

Guest Speakers: Christopher ADAMS, Edmon CHUNG, FU Xiaodong, Li GONG, HU
Yong, Brianna LAUGHER, Mike LINKSVAYER, LIU Yan, Isaac MAO, OU Ning, Jon
PHILLIPS, Nate PRODROMOU, Jack QIU, Philip TINARI, Gino YU, Zafka ZHANG

 

Launched
in 2005, Get It Louder is China's most influential and closely-watched
exhibition of emerging, young talent across creative disciplines. Following the
2005 and 2007 editions, this year's multi-venue event will bring together more
than 100 of the most promising Chinese and international participants from
fields spanning art and design to music, film and literature. 

 

Get
It Louder 2010 opens in Beijing on September 19 (through October 10), before
traveling to Shanghai (October 22-November 7). Under the direction of event
founder Ou Ning, chief curator of last year's Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-city
Biennale of Urbanism / Architecture, Get It Louder 2010 will explore the theme
of SHARISM. In the context of the Web 2.0 and social
media, cloud intelligence, Twitter and other phenomena, SHARISM
examines the increasingly convoluted relationship between public and private
realms. More broadly, it touches upon issues of collaboration, individual
agency and collective action, while serving as a site for negotiating communal
space, both virtual and real.

 

Get
It Louder 2010 will hold a one-day Sharism Forum, in Shanghai, with panel discussions and lectures
exploring the exhibition’s main theme. The Forum will be
held as part of the opening day of the arts and culture festival Get It Louder
2010. Our one-day symposium will feature thinkers, practitioners and activists
whose work concerns and shapes the global movement of a new sharing culture,
which has been unified under the ideology of SHARISM. The public at large is invited to join and
to become a “shareholder” of this movement.
The event will spark
calls-to-action and demonstrate new modalities and technologies of
sharing. 

 

About Sharism

 

SHARISM is a Mind Revolution: The more you give, the more you get.
The more you share, the more you are shared. Sharism is a
belief system for our Internet Age. It is a philosophy piped through the human
and technological networks of Free and Open Source software. It is the
motivation behind every piece of User-Generated Content. It is the pledge of
Creative Commons, to share, remix and give credit to the latest and greatest of
our cultural creations. Sharism is also a mental practice
that anyone can try, a daily act that beckons a future of increased social
intelligence. It should not go unnoticed that a superabundance of community
respect and social capital are being accumulated by precisely those who share.

 

Sharism is operative in the very workings of the human mind. Our
model of the functional mechanism of the nervous system shows it to be one
which shares activity and information via interconnected networks of neurons
through patterns of feedback. This has profound implications for the creative
process. Whenever you have an intention to create, you will find it easier to
generate more creative ideas if you keep the sharing process firmly in mind.
You can engineer a process of creative feedback to generate even more ideas in
return.

 

The
rapid emergence of social applications that can communicate and cooperate are
allowing more and more people to output content from one service to another in
a creative ecosystem. This interconnectedness spreads memes through multiple
online social networks, which can reach a global audience and position social
media as a true alternative to broadcast media. These new technologies are
reviving Sharism in our closed culture. The missing
pieces are open source hardware and software services that enable true freedom
from top to bottom in the entire communication stack.

 

One
legal concern is that any loss of control over copyright will lead to
noticeable deficits in personal wealth, or loss of creative freedom. But
today’s sharing environment is more protected than you might think. Many new
social applications make it easy to set terms-of-use along your sharing path
(such as selecting Creative Commons licenses or privacy settings). Any
infringement of those terms will be challenged not just by the law, but by your
community. Your audience, who benefit form your sharing, can also be the
gatekeepers of your rights.

 

Through
emergent mobile communications technologies, we can generate higher
connectivities and increase the throughput of our social links. The more open
and strongly connected we are, the better the sharing environment will be for
everyone involved. The more collective our intelligence, the wiser our actions
will be.

 

Sharism promises to be the politics of the next global superpower.
It will not be a country, but a new human network joined by social software. We
can integrate our current and emerging democratic systems with new
collaborative technologies, which will allow us to query, share and remix
information for the public benefit. The future of democracy is real-time, and
always online. 

 

Sharism is the inspiration that brings it all together.

 

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