Next Friday we are going to the Retune Conference and for the occasion I decided to make a small list with the talks I’m personally interested to attend.
Looking forward into this top 5 presentations
Alan N. Shapiros – 27.09 19 Hrs
»Software Code as Hybrid of Productive and Creative«
“Blog and text archive about media theory, science fiction theory, future design, social choreography, Computer Science 2.0, new media art, robots and androids”
Alan looks like a very interesting guy. To start with, he has a blog that is full of interesting articles and no social media clutter.
I personally dislike all this blogs that invade the reading space with social media links, that no matter how you resize the window, are there !
Fabian Mürmann – 28.09 10 am
»A Rabbit chasing a Skunk. Or the other way around.«
Fabian Mürmann is a digital tinkerer and generalist who likes to solve problems, make things easier and build (digital) products.
James Auger – 28.09 12:45
»Speculative design and the Domestication of technology«
James Auger is a designer, researcher and lecturer operating at the intersection of art and industrial design.
Kyle McDonald is a media artist who works with code, with a background in philosophy and computer science. He creates intricate systems with playful realizations, sharing his source and challenging others to create and contribute.
Mark Turrell – Sunday 15:45 (Last talk)
»A New Lens: Applying the Concepts of Spread and Scaling to Revolutionary Movements«
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