Queering interfaces for activism

Date & Time

Oct 28th at 11:00 AM until 12:30 PM


Mozilla Fellow + Awardees 
Queering MozFest 
Privacy and Security 


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We propose a experimental workshop to make a critical revision around the political/cultural decisions that takes shape throw interfaces; unveloping the narratives that are contained on them and how the interfaces are our way to communicate with technology, such as software, social networks.

We are welcoming gender non conforming people, woman and people from different backgrounds to join our activity. We be starting by reviewing two feminist projects where we work: acoso.online, the first latin american guide of victims of non consensual porn, and ciberseguras.org, the site of a latin american collective who works around digital security with gender perspective, and moving to check another examples on the critical use of images and built our own queer-narratives.

This is a Shed session and part of the Queering MozFest experience.