I Can Do Anything Badly 2: Learning by doing is a shared responsibility
An editorial project by Hoël Duret, with The Big Conversation Space and Frédéric Teschner.
Through conversations with artists, designers, publishers, lawyers, a sociologist, a programmer, and a filmmaker, this book aims to put in common the strategies, methodologies, motivations, and experiences of a wide range of young creators in order to document the spirit of DIY in the digital age.
In so doing, we aim also to put the conversations and methodologies of open source and free culture in dialogue with contemporary art and design practice.
Printed version released in June 2014 in Paris, and February 2015 in San Francisco. The San Francisco launch took place at the Creative Commons DIY Salon.
Printed in Montreuil, France on risograph: 200 copies. Available on request.
ICDAB II is also an online publication available HERE