The international network dgtl fmnsm has been presenting feminist, queer and tec-positive perspectives on technology narratives in interdisciplinary installations since 2016. Aesthetic and theoretical actors are involved in the interventions, using in particular their bodies as means of expression in the context of an elusive present between digital technology, net culture and political necessity. In dgtl fmnsm's projects, feminist artists, activists and scientists work on an interface connecting visual art, performance and social discourse, which the audience can experience in dynamic surroundings.
From June 26 to July 23, 2020 the online residency program of the platform "pure online" will be carried out for the first time as a result of the dgtl fmnsm issues #disconnect at the Festspielhaus Hellerau in Dresden and #hotmess at Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin. By awarding four one-week online residencies to four artists and collectives, the online and social media environments of the dgtl fmnsm collective and their partner organizations are used for activist motivated and artistically researching reflections. Among others with Anna Fries (Henrike Iglesias), the network Feminist Institutions, Animistic Beliefs and Moesha13.