After Social Networks is a research and creation association working at the intersection of artistic practices and Internet cultures.
Founded in 2019 by Allan Deneuville, Chloé Galibert-Laîné and Gala Hernández López, it organizes different types of events such as symposiums, seminars, online artistic residencies, research and creation workshops, round tables and film programs. We have written a number of publications (scientific articles, journal issues) and recently co-produced our first documentary film, The Mechanics of Fluids by Gala Hernández López.
After working for four years on the ecology of user-generated content, the association’s research has now taken two complementary directions conceived by its members as two poles in constant dialogue: the practices of open-source investigations, more commonly known as OSINT, and the modes of subjectivation specific to computational capitalism.
We are preparing a festival in 2023 that will attempt to examine the common issues between OSINT and documentary cinema, as well as the co-production of a second film about cryptocurrencies, HODL.
We are always looking for new projects, collaborations and partnerships, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us!
Friends of After Social Networks
Laurence Allard, Nicolas Bailleul, Jeff Barda, Yves Citton, Chloé Galibert-Laîné, Alice Lenay, Jacopo Rasmi, Ysé Sorel Guérin, Ariane Papillon, Gabriele Stera, Natacha Seweryn, David Gaillard, Seumboy Vrainom :€, Franck Leibovici, Don Quichotte Films.
Deneuville, Allan; Hernández López, Gala, “Sexe, mensonges et vidéo. À propos des régimes de vérité de l’intime”, Revue Écrans, 2023.
Deneuville, Allan; Hernández López, Gala; Rasmi, Jacopo (dir.), “Contre-enquêtes open source”, Revue Multitudes, nº89, 2022.
Galibert-Laîné, Chloé; Hernández López, Gala (dir.) “Post-cinéma. Pratiques de recherche et de création”, Revue Images Secondes, nº3, 2021.