Programma INDESEM 2011

18 May 2011 | 12:45 - 18 May 2011 | 19:30
location: Ooststerre
by M&C

Lectures by Erik Kluitenberg, Frans Vogelaar and Daan Roosegaarde

INDESEM 2011: Erik Kluitenberg, Frans Vogelaar and Daan Roosegaarde

Historically, built space has been a platform for social interaction. But in recent years our means of interacting with one another have changed dramatically thanks to emerging virtual realities, globalization and mass customization. How can architecture ensure a relevant public role in an emerging media driven society, which seems to operate entirely separate from traditional collective spaces?

INDESEM 2011 will investigate this and other related questions in a one-week workshop for 80 international students, guided by international lecturers and workshop coaches.

For more information on INDESEM 2011: www.indesem.nl.

The programme of 18 May, open for public:

12.45 – 13.30 Lecture by Erik Kluitenberg Oostserre

17.45 – 18.30 Lecture by Frans Vogelaar Room A

18.45 – 19.30 Lecture bt Daan Roosegaarde Room A

Erik Kluitenberg

Eric Kluitenberg is a theorist, writer, and organiser on culture and technology. He is currently based at de balie - Center for culture and politics in Amsterdam, and teaches a course on “culture and new media” at the universetiy of Amsterdam. He has lectured extensively throughout Europe.

Frans Vogelaar

Frans Vogelaar founded the first Department of Hybrid Space in the world at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne in 1998. He is partner of Hybrid Space Lab in Berlin, an R&D and design practice focusing on the hybrid fields that are emerging through the combination and fusion of environments, objects and services in the information/communication age.

Daan Roosegaarde

Artist and architect, Daan Roosegaarde explores the dawn of a new nature that is evolving from technological innovations by creating interactive landscapes that instinctively respond to sound and movement. Roosegaarde’s works of art function as a documentation of the relation between architecture, people, and technology.

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