Who are the women who are co-creating the P2P Society?
Luckily, they are many.
From the Italian Senate, to cyber-ecology, passing through arts and scientific research, Penelope explores the many faces of innovation through imagination.
You can read the full interview here:
“Representative elected institutions are progressively loosing sense: the sense of being connected to the organism they live in and are part of and work for – society. This is perhaps why we are barely embarrassed to talk about politics or define something as “political”: we are speaking about the pathology of representative systems more than the actual thing. We can speculate if representative institutions are pathological from their very roots […], but politics is a larger subject concerning our relations to power, the directions we want to choose among the possible and desired futures (as individuals and society), and how we organize ourselves to make it happen.”