[WebCultures] MyCreativity Sweatshop | 20-21 November 2014 | TrouwAmsterdam
Patricia de Vries
patricia at networkcultures.org
Thu Sep 18 10:54:15 CEST 2014
A reality check on the creative industries
Talks, Discussions, Art, Workshops, Performances
20-21 November 2014
The Institute of Network Cultures presents MYCREATIVITY SWEATSHOP, an international symposium where artists, scholars and activists critically probe the conditions of creative production in today’s economy. Two days of panels, performances, discussions and workshops will open a space to focus on the consequences of global creative industries policy, to discuss alternatives and to develop new paths for both survival and subversion.
In many countries creative industries policy is radically reshaping the conditions of creative production. Simultaneously, new technologies are increasingly turning creative processes into a function of big data streams, algorithms and digital scalability. What are the new physical, technological and aesthetic spaces of subversion and critique? How does creative industry policy and the big data economy influence the idea of artistic autonomy? And, as the ‘creative’ city mutates into the ‘smart’ city, what are appropriate strategies for smart interventions from below?
We invite artists, managers, designers, computer engineers, cultural workers, internet entrepreneurs, educators, market strategists, squatters, policy makers and anyone else interested in forging new ways and means for creative survival, to join us on 20-21 November at Trouw in Amsterdam.
Speakers: Pek van Andel | Zach Blas | Florian Cramer | Sigrid Dyekjaer | Mark Fisher | Pascal Gielen | Joke Hermes | Robert Hewison | Marijke Hoogenboom | Pieter van Huystee | Rob van Kranenburg | Sven Lutticken | Frank Rieger | Sarah Sharma | Josephine Berry Slater | Bruce Sterling | Maria Tarantino
Workshops & Performances: DIY 3D Design | Dictator Chips | Parasitic Organising | Masterclass Serendipity | SmartNL | Political Co-working | First Aid Failed Projects
Topics: Creative Production after the Creative industries - Documentary Film: Pitching, Digitization and Authorship -
Artistic Autonomy and its Future - My Creativity, Your Depression - The Internet of Things - From the Creative City to the Smart City -
More information, tickets and updates on the program:
MyCreativity Sweatshop – 20-21 November 2014
Tickets are € 20,- (regular) and € 10,- (student discount) per day.
MyCreativity Sweatshop is an initiative of the Institute of Network Cultures, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, CREATE-IT applied research, Amsterdam Creative Industries Network, Arts in Society Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research
Patricia de Vries
Institute of Network Cultures
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences | HvA
NL-1091 GC Amsterdam
P: +31 20 5951883
M: +3165222 2221
E: patricia at networkcultures.org
Work days: Mo, Tue, Thu, Fri
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