Francesco Berardi

Writer and philosopher

Francesco Berardi is a contemporary writer, media-theorist and media-activist. He founded the magazine A/traverso (1975-1981) and was part of the staff of Radio Alice, the first free pirate radio station in Italy (1976-1978). Like others Involved in the political movement of Autonomia in Italy during the 1970’s, he fled to Paris, where he worked with Felix Guattari in the field of schizoanalysis. During the 1980’s he contributed to the magazines Semiotexte (New York), Chimerees (Paris), Metropoli (Rome) and Musica 80 (Milan). In the 1990’s he published Mutazione e Ciberpunk (Genoa, 1993), Cibernauti (Rome, 1994), and Felix (Rome, 2001). He is currently collaborating on the magazine Derive Approdi and teaching social history of communication at the Accademia di belle Arti in Milan. He is the co-founder of the e-zine rekombinant.org and the telestreet phenomenon.

My Sessions

Post-capitalism, digital commons and democratic cities

Museo Reina Sofia Auditorio

Chair: Francesca Bria, Technology and innovation policy advisor, D-CENT Project Coordinator, Nesta Paul Mason, Journalist, The Guardian Trebor Scholz, Activist-scholar, The New School Francesco Berardi, Writer and philosopher Evgeny Morozov, Author and editorialist

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