Workshop for Young People on Digital Self-Defence

FR 07 02 2020, 2:30 – 5:00 pm
For youth & young adults between 12 and 16 years old


Who knows the most about us actually – our best friends or Google? Which traces do we leave behind on the Internet and is it even possible to be invisible out there? The workshop ATTAKK the TRAKK with artist Daniela Brugger provides an exchange forum for young people on the topic of “digital self-defence”.

Together with the participants, the workshop reveals what we do not see – the traces of our data on Internet platforms – and asks why we even need to talk about “digital self-defence” in this day and age. With artistic techniques, technical handicraft, and a readiness to share knowledge, this workshop oscillates between cryptolab and theatre stage.


Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register before February 4, 2020 with .


The artist Daniela Brugger situates her work between artistic production, collaboration, curation, and art education, and views her practice as a mode of exchange. She questions supposedly given conditions and conceives informal knowledge production and dissemination as an organisational form of resistance and solidarity. She is the initiator of Who writes his_tory? – a collaborative writing project that investigates the reproduction of knowledge and structural discrimination on the Internet, especially on Wikipedia – a European ambassador of the Art+Feminism campaign, and was the co-director of the exhibition space Klingental in Basel between 2014 and 2017. Her work was awarded with studio residencies in Berlin and Johannesburg as well as the “Kulturförderpreis” of the City of Basel in 2018.



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