At the heart of the dancefloors of the world, the capacity of bodies to connect us through movements, contacts, co-presence and the way in which they allow some to claim their identities or their fights make them tools of individual and collective emancipation.
For its online 2020 edition, Sónar+D looked at "hyper-local scene" through the lens of artists and actors who are shaping these cities.
How can the dancefloor become a space of resistance? Bogomir Doringer explored this question at European Lab Brussels together with club Bassiani founder Naja Orashvili, Rojeh Khleif from Jazar Crew in Palestine and Kélina Gotman (King’s College).
How blockchain can be used to protect our world and common goods? Elevate Festival explored the topic during its 2020 edition.