We spend countless hours on the internet, all of us, every day. We know its language, sounds and symbols, and, up to a certain degree, its structure guides our way of thinking. And yet, the internet is an open medium, a tool that can be fed, formed, opened and used. A website does not have to look like a newspaper, but it can form its own space and present individual features, create individual dimensions; it is transformable and reflective. With the help of simple, web-based interventions we can examine the nature of the internet and test new approaches. By learning and understanding the structures behind the smooth surface, we want to take a look behind the web’s way of communication. What is the purpose of a website, how do you construct a website, how does coding work? Self-initiated one-week workshop with Elsa Westreicher.