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It's The Crisis, Stupid!

A session at DEAF 2012

  • Vicente Matallana
  • Geoff Cox
  • Christian Ulrik Andersen
  • Giorgios Papadopoulus

Thursday 17th May, 2012

2:00pm to 2:00pm (AMT)

The panel will focus on the past, present and future of art in relation to a broken economy and a crisis that deeply affects the production of art. How can art take place under these conditions? What can it tell us about the crisis? Does the crisis present new opportunities for some of artists to achieve more autonomy? Which alternative business models are emerging?

About the speakers

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Tatiana Bazzichelli

Networker, developer of the reSource for transmedial culture, researching hacktivism, grassroots movements and social networking. bio from Twitter

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Vicente Matallana

director of LaAgencia

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Geoff Cox

Researcher in Digital Aesthetics at Aarhus University

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Christian Ulrik Andersen

associate professor at Aarhus University

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Søren Pold

Søren Pold is a researcher in digital aesthetics and teacher at Digital Design, Aarhus University. Interests: interface criticism, software cities + culture. bio from Twitter

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Christophe Bruno
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Giorgios Papadopoulus

economist and philosopher

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Saul Albert

I'm a researcher at QMUL in the interaction, media and communication group. bio from Twitter

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Time 2:00pm2:00pm AMT

Date Thu 17th May 2012

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