This Thursday, Oct 1st | 18:30 – 19:30 CET at Pakhuis de Zwijger
What future visions are implied in today’s urban technologies?
From media facades and urban screens, to digital platforms and smart city technologies – media architecture has increasingly shaped or cities during the past two decades. None of these technologies, however, are neutral enablers, mere decorative structures, or just simple market places. It is time therefore for the discipline of media architecture to address the implied futures of new technologies. Join us in this conversation and, together, let’s explore what future visions are implied in today’s urban technologies.
Stephan Petermann – Founder of MANN;
Marília Pasculli – Curator and artistic director of Verve Cultural;
Marcus Foth – Professor of Urban Informatics, QUT (Queensland University of Technology);
Glenda Caldwell – Associate Professor at QUT (Queensland University of Technology)
Katharine S. Willis – Professor of Smart Cities and Communities at Plymouth University
Martijn de Waal – Lector (Professor) Play & Civic Media at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences & General Chair of MAB20
Watch the full video of the livecast below: