Feminism is ‘the movement to end sexism, sexual exploitation and sexual oppression; ( Hooks 2000, 33). It ‘ (…) cannot be separated from racism, from how the present is shaped by colonial histories including slavery, as central to the exploitation of labour under capitalism. Intersectionality is a starting point, the point from which we must proceed if we are to offer an account of how power works. ’ (Ahmed 2017, 5).  Intersectional feminism comes with a whole set of values, that resist sexism in all its intersections with racism as well as discrimination based on class, ability and sexual orientation.

We put these different forms of deprivation into the centre of our project. We will face the complexity of intersectional discrimination by addressing not only the gender bias in tech development and media art but also the exploitative and harmful labour conditions in the mining industry and hardware manufacturing business (Lahiri-Dutt, Kuntala 2011). We are committed to disrupting these oppressive structures and finding alternative and fair forms of production, for the complete production circle. Gender is constructed — so is technology (Sørensen, Faulkner, and Rommes 2011, 6). As a social construct that again constructs gender performance, we see technology as highly political.