[NetBehaviour] Commonspoly - 11:00 – 13:00 next Friday 12 Oct,

ruth catlow ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Tue Oct 2 11:02:03 CEST 2018


Helloooo!

Please join me, Stacco Troncoso & Ann Marie Utratel (Commons Transition) 
to play Commonspoly – the resource-access game where we win by working 
as a community.

Book here https://designmuseum.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/18202

Commonspoly is a hack and a critique of the game Monopoly. Players aim 
first to re-municipalize private goods and then turn them into a Commons 
– you’ll learn why this is the best strategy while playing the game.

Rather than compete against each other, players must overcome their 
conditioning and ‘rational, self-interest’ to instead maximize 
cooperative behaviours and create a commons-oriented locality. Who wins? 
Everyone in the community! Unless the speculators take over…which we 
must fight at all costs. United we stand!

This event at Design Museum in partnership with Furtherfield forms part 
of Convivial Tools 
<https://designmuseum.org/whats-on/talks-courses-and-workshops/convivial-tools>, 
a programme of talks, debates and workshops exploring new strategies for 
a more cooperative society, based on the thinking of the late 
philosopher Ivan Illich.

https://www.furtherfield.org/events/play-commonspoly-12-october-where-we-win-by-working-as-a-community/

: )

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