We demand a right to analog life. To liveliness.
To meet in the garden with bratwurst and beer, to look at people instead of monitors. To have time instead of disappearing for hours in social media.
The Manifesto Analogo Demands
to choose our partners without a digital mediation.
To browse libraries and acquire any kind of education analog,
through teachers, classes, books and analog music
to visit museums and theaters spontaneously, without having to digitally
without having to book digital timeslots.
To view and purchase works of art in analog form, rather than as NTFs
To earn, own and spend analog money, bills and coins.
No one should be forced into digital banking.
To visit a country at any time without carrying a smartphone.
The Manifesto Analogo stipulates that people are more important than machines, that a conversation is more enriching or clarifying than a chat.
Photographs demand the right to be elaborated in analog instead of shared 1000 times and buried on anti-social media.
Movies demand the right to be shown in theaters or living rooms instead of going down the drain in endless streamings.
Especially well-formed sentences demand the right to be set in type.
All sentences demand the right to be spoken by people, from mouth to ear, on stages and sofas, and not through a digital device.
Wien, 21. 4. 2022
Cosima Reif, Fidel Peugeot.