Experience, complementarity and common objectives
Wikitoki is a private initiative with a public interest and it is not exclusively or directly related to any institution or specific agent. It brings together different people and organisations which have a long trajectory and are representative in their working fields. In Wikitoki we sum up our experiences with the objective of creating synergies and improve our complementarities. Currently, as a result of the working process developed in 2013, the association is composed of the following agents: Ariwake, Artaziak, Basurama, cAnicca, ColaBoraBora, EH kom, Hiritik-at, Histeria Kolektiboa, Ideatomics / Saioa Olmo Alonso, Iker Olabarria, Josune Urrutia Asua, Karraskan, Laura Fernández, La Porvenir, Montera34, Pezestudio, Véala / Lorna Biermann López, Violeta Cabello and Yolanda Reclusa Esnotz.
Below are are some of the characteristics and questions to take into account in order to understand the ensemble of agents and our intentions regarding the expansion and diversification of the group:
- We are diverse and complementary agents that share collaborative practices as a common thread. We come from different fields mainly related to social innovation, artistic creation and applied creativity.
- We are different typologies of agents that share common space(s)-project(s)-resource(s).
- Each agent keeps her specificity, identity-brand and own activity. Our identities – which are autonomous but interdependent -add up for a common purpose.
Favouring collaborative practices since 2014
We work in various fields, such as architecture and urbanism, the design of processes and experiences, contextual arts and cultural mediation, collective health management, environmental and social ecology, free technologies and open data, transmedia communication, etc.
Where we are
· From the neighbourhood of San Francisco in Bilbao.
· Being an active part of formal and informal networks (local, national and international).
· Working in concrete and placed realities we are close to.
· Engaging with the people and places in which we intervene.