DAO or Never

Resilience and the Benefits of LARPing with Ruth Catlow

Episode Summary

Welcome to DAO or Never, the podcast that takes you on a deep dive into the world of DAOs and web3. Today we're joined by Ruth Catlow, co-founder and co-director of Furtherfield, and Co-PI at the Serpentine Galleries Blockchain Lab. Together, we discuss the effects of LARPing, designing for resilience, and more.

Episode Notes

Ruth Catlow is an artist, researcher, and recovering web utopian. Her projects include: the CultureStake  app for collective cultural decision-making and LARPs for planetary-scale interspecies justice. She was an early visionary when it comes to seeing the potential of the blockchain to democratize art, and is the author of Radical Friends - DAOs and the Arts  and Artists Re:thinking the Blockchain. Let’s dive in!


Key Takeaways:
Planetary scale interspecies justice and live action role play, or LARP
More than human equal rights 
Effects of LARPing as a dog 
Pressure to maintain status and culture over tech 
Coordination vs collaboration and democracy 
Voting, deliberations, and understanding what we care about
Complexities of nested systems 
Opting out of a system 
Catlow’s new book with Marc Garrett


Additional Resources:
Learn more about CultureStake
Follow Furtherfield
Amber Case on Controlling our own User Data
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