[artinfo] Human Hotel

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Human Hotel
Homesharing for humans who makes a difference in the world

Human Hotel is an artist-run homesharing community for international 
travel. Stay with like-hearted creators for friendly prices and 
expand your mind.

Homesharing has a social potential much greater than simple 
commercial subletting.

This was the idea that initially launched Human Hotel, a social 
sculpture project that hosted more than 3,000 climate activists with 
local visionaries during the UN COP15 Climate Summit in Copenhagen 

After a decade of homesharing experiments for museums and cultural 
institutions, Human Hotel is now open for traveling creators and 
changemakers everywhere.

Human Hotel membership is free and curated by the Copenhagen-based 
collective Wooloo. 
via humanhotel.com.

Known for their pactice of direct collectivism, Wooloo is now 
partnering with Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art to develop 
an avant-garde matching algorithm fostering new human meetings and 
forms of collaboration.

Supported by Garage's program of 
Research and the Danish Arts Foundation, the Wooloo algorithm will in 
its final form be fusing diverse learnings (and unlearnings) from the 
past 100 years of social art experiments with new advancements in AI 
and machine learning, empowering digital human matchmaking to explore 
real-life scenarios for our collective future.

As part of their ongoing community work, Wooloo recently opened Human 
Hotel in Moscow-participating in the exhibition _The Coming World: 
Ecology as the New Politics 2030-2100,_ currently on show at Garage.

Human Hotel is also involved in the mobilization for the alternative 
COP25 summit in Santiago, Chile, building a local host community to 
support out-of-town activists and indigenous leaders during the UN 

If you are travelling to the COP25 this December, Human Hotel can 
help you find 
affordable, low footprint and like-hearted home.

This is the world's most important meeting-please spread the word.

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