ML8 Stream #1: Critical Finance Strategies

STREAM #1 / 11 May 2020 Critical Finance Strategies, Three Months into the Corona Crisis Brett Scott, in conversation with Geert Lovink Special guests: Iztok Hočevar, Tjaša Pureber, Vuk Ćosić and Rok Kranjc During spring 2019, a fancy new word…

ML8 Stream #1: Critical Finance Strategies

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STREAM #1 / 11 May 2020
Critical Finance Strategies, Three Months into the Corona Crisis
Brett Scott, in conversation with Geert Lovink
Special guests: Iztok Hočevar, Tjaša Pureber, Vuk Ćosić and Rok Kranjc

During spring 2019, a fancy new word made the rounds in France: collapsology. What would this entail, a year later? The collapse of certain aspects of global finance, logistics and just-in-time production was announced way earlier. Still, only weeks into the corona crisis, it is too early to say which aspects of the global financial system will be thrown into the dustbin of history. Pivotal nation-states are now exploring digital currencies as one tool for post-pandemic stimulus (or austerity). How do earlier proposals for Universal Basic Income relate to the sudden appearance of helicopter money in some countries? Are the Keynesian money proposals to prop up the Western economies an indication of the end of the neoliberal hegemony? Is the quasi ban on cash during the corona crisis an indication of the arrival of the cashless society?

MoneyLab #8
Minting a Fair Society
Ljubljana, May 11 – June 29, 2020
aksioma.org/moneylab8/

Organised and produced by:
Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

For the series:
Tactics & Practice

In the frame of:
konS – Platform for Contemporary Investigative Art
kons-platforma.org/

In collaboration with:
Kino Šiška – Centre for Urban Culture
Institute of Network Cultures

Supported by:
The project konS – Platform for Contemporary Investigative Art was chosen on the public call for the selection of the operations “Network of Investigative Art and Culture Centres”. The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union.

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