Dyne:bolic GNU/Linux is a live bootable operating system, containing a whole set of applications working straight from boot, without the need to install or change anything on the hard disk. This operating system is a grassroot effort to share independent knowledge, keeping away from commercial speculations and the mega-corporations that limit people’s freedom.Read More
Since the early '90 a group of Italian hackers started cultivating the idea of having a "working computer museum": a place to collect historical computers, but also documentation and software, restoring them to a working state, so that visitors can not only admire, but also experience using them.Read More
Warscape Sonata is a sound art production that remixes information related to the current drug war in Mexico. Multiple online sources and viral videos are used to compose an electronic registry of the historic moment of militarized Mexico. The information obtained is mixed to create a noise musical structure that places aesthetic emphasis on the media aspect of the war.Read More
Ideas and creations to promote horizontal access to education, technology and media.
Dyne.org exists since 2000 as a foundation committed to research and development of free and open source software and services. We act in support of artists, creatives and engaged citizens in the digital age with tools, practices and narratives for community empowerment.
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