A Traversal Network of Feminist Servers


A Traversal Network of Feminist Servers (ATNOFS) is a collaborative project formed around intersectional, feminist, ecological servers whose communities traveled between each other in 2022 to share and extend their knowledges through live gatherings. ATNOFS argues that such platforms and tools are necessary to navigate our communications and cultural growth beyond the current media oligopolies, and democratise cultural and political expression outside obscure, bureaucratic algorithms and advertising monetisation.

The project responded to the need for continuity, interrelation and support for self-hosted and self-organised computational infrastructures in The Netherlands (Varia, LURK), Romania (hypha), Austria (esc mkl), Greece (Feminist Hack Meetings) and Belgium (Constant).

This publication was collectively made with Wendy Van Wynsberghe, Vlad Dobrițoiu, Teo Săvoiu, Spideralex, Sergiu Nisioi, Roel Roscam Abbing, Reni Hofmüller, ooooo, Nina Botthof, Martino Morandi, Marloes de Valk, Mara Karagianni, Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, Julia Bande, Femke Snelting, elodie Mugrefya, Donatella Portoghese, Danae Tapia, Cristina Cochior, Azahara Cerezo, Aymeric Mansoux, Artemis Gryllaki, Aggeliki Diakrousi, Anca Bucur, amy pickles, Alice Strete, Alex Ștefănescu.

Digital publication

Download the pdf ✧˖°.here.°˖✧.

Print at home

A limited number of printed copies were made of this publication, which were then distributed to the contributing partners and spread further within their networks. However, the publication was made in such a way that it could be easily printed at home or in a local copy shop. You can download the full size pdf ✧˖°.here.°˖✧ and then follow these steps:

– Print all pages double sided.
– Take the pink and the red sheets and cut them in half vertically. The end format for these pages is 105mm × 297mm.
– Punch 4 holes in all pages.
– Assemble the publication with metal file fasteners, or any office supplies you have at home (for example elastic rubber bands and paperclips).

About this page

This multi-headed webpage is hosted and asynchronously maintained by a network of networks that includes: Systerserver, Constant, hypha, Varia, ooooo, Marloes de Valk, LURK, Anarchaserver, Psaroskalazines, esc mkl and rosa (travelling).


If you have any questions, you can reach out to the ATNOFS mailing list: https://we.lurk.org/mailman3/lists/atnofs.we.lurk.org/.

This project was supported by the Culture of Solidarity fund and the Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie.