Wednesday, August 1 • 10:00am - 5:00pm
Distributed Gardens at the Decentralized Internet Archive

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The Decentralized Internet Archive is a site-specific installation designed to exhibit the technical and creative output from the 2018 Decentralized Web Summit, while showcasing our ongoing collaboration with Protocol Labs to move the world’s knowledge onto the decentralized web.

Distributed Gardens is a peer-to-peer knowledge ecosystem that animates the documentation of the Decentralized Web Summit. You are invited to use your badge at Gardening Kiosks where you can collect and exchange data seeds representing documents collected from summit workshops and the collections of the Internet Archive. Visit the Greenhouse in the Ore Room to watch the connections grow, and explore the distribution and migration of data as we collectively archive the Summit within the distributed web for everyone to share.

Server Gardens is built around the Decentralized Internet Archive, a distributed knowledge layer for the Summit that serves as an information dispersal system using IPFS.

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Callil Capuozzo

Designer, General Trademark
Callil Capuozzo is a designer at General Trademark, an educator at the School of Visual Arts and a researcher at New Computer Working Group. He is interested in building creative tools through collaboration with artists, scientists and engineers.  
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Melanie Hoff

Artist, researcher, and educator, Cybernetics Library, Rutgers University
Melanie Hoff is an artist, researcher, and educator examining the poetics and politics of culturally embedded software. Hoff builds computational and social installations to study how platforms and processes — including algorithms, data collection, language, networks, and ritual... Read More →
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Arkadiy Kukarin

Collaborations, Protocol Labs
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Dan Taeyoung

Designer, Teacher, Columbia University GSAPP
Dan Taeyoung dreams of, and builds, infrastructures for care, cybernetic architecture, ethical pedagogy, and warm cooperatives. He is interested in the intersection of architecture, technology, and cooperative community.He teaches on architectural representation and experimental design... Read More →

Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 5:00pm
[3] Protocol Ore Mill 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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