“Hacking” is a practice of détournement, covering many technical cultures across various domains of expertise: from biology to analog and digital electronics, textiles, music, arts and crafts, hardware and software. Likewise, “carnaval” is much more than a popular party but a ritual of inversion that allows for new perspectives on how social and technical worlds are organized and experienced.
[HACKarnaval!] brings these two concepts together to celebrate “hacking” as a form of knowledge sharing: we will bring together computer technologists, researchers, artists, and curious tinkerers from various parts of the world to offer workshops, talks, and exhibitions on the practical art of software and hardware exploration for positive social change.
Our program is open for workshops and panel proposals! If you want to help us organize the event, we are looking for people to help. Join us to liberate the techniques and technologies!
Join us Thursday, May 17, 2018
at Musée des Arts et Métiers, from 11 AM to 9 PM
60 rue Réaumur, 75003 Paris
Subway stop: Arts et métiers
Free entry for everyone!
The event [HACKarnaval!] is sponsored by the Musée des Arts et Métiers, Institut Francilien Recherche Innovation Société (IFRIS), LabEx-CNRS, the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Laboratoire de Sociologie Économique (LISE, CNAM-CNRS), and the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy, McGill University.
Our supporters include Mozilla Science Lab, DataPaulette hackerspace, Histoire des Technosciences en Société (CNAM), Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Sciences Innovations Société (LISIS) and La Quadrature du Net.
The organizing team is formed by Luis Felipe R. Murillo, Audrey Briot, Fabien Acathla, Mitch Altman, Cedric Honnet, Michel Lallement, Gabriella Coleman, Marie-Christine Bureau, Jeremie Grojnowski, Isabelle Berrebi-Hoffmann, Évelyne Lhoste, Martin De Bie, Alice Giordani, Camille Paloque-Bergès.