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What would Picasso do? – a panel of art and technology

A session at Over the Air 2010

Friday 10th September, 2010

5:00pm to 6:00pm (GMT)

As more and more of us carry a multitude of devices with us wherever we go, it seems only natural that we may express ourselves creatively using them – from simple scribbles and distractions, to complete works of art. For example, the artists David Hockey and David Kassan have recently been using the iPad as a canvas in itself, while the musician Lang Lang recently performed "Flight of the Bumblebee" on stage during a concert using an iPad. Will these devices simply replace our beloved notebooks and sketchbooks, or could it be possible that they become a medium unto themselves?

This session aims to explore the question, if he had an {insert favourite device here} "...what would Picasso do?"

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mills™

I am Succailure™ - millsustwo on instagram. Whale Trail maker. ustwo™ co-founder. bio from Twitter

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Franco Papeschi

User Experience expert, helping entrepreneurs in developing countries transform ideas into products and start-ups

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Bryan Rieger

design, devices and distractions... EDI, LHR, BKK bio from Twitter

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Tom Hume

Product Manager at Google bio from LinkedIn

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Jason Fields

Born in LA, lived in SF, London, now Brooklyn NYC, ex-Head of UX&D for BBC 'Three Screen' VOD... now Head of UXD & Product for HuffingtonPost Media Group/AOL... bio from Twitter

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Mathias Dahlström

software artisan, mobile & interactive fashion designer. bio from Twitter

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Time 5:00pm6:00pm GMT

Date Fri 10th September 2010

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