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Recode the City Symposium

Machines Room

Tuesday, 22 September 2015 from 14:00 to 18:00 (BST)

Recode the City Symposium

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An afternoon of talks and discussions on how to transform the urban realm and empower people through digital fabrication at the advent of the quantified city. Curated by Thomas Ermacora, Founder/Creative Director of Machines Room & Clear Village, and Producer/ Co-Author/Design Director of Recoded City, Routledge Press autumn 2015. Part of Human Cities, a 4 year project sponsored by the European Union cultural fund.

FRANK VAN HASSELT (Chief Executive, Clear Village)
NAT HUNTER (Strategic Director, Machines Room)

14:15 PERSPECTIVE: The Maker Age and Global Urban Development
TOMAS DIEZ (Director, FabLab Barcelona)
THOMAS ERMACORA (Founder/Creative Director of Machines Room)
Panel moderator: LUCY BULLIVANT (Co-author of Recoded City)

15:15 INPUT: INDY JOHAR (DarkMatter_Labs Co-founder, 00 [zero zero]

15:30 BREAK

15:45 ZOOM: Re-localisation & distributed manufacturing networked clusters
ELIZABETH CORBIN (Open Workshop Network)
FI SCOTT (Make Works)
Panel moderator: GARETH OWEN LLOYD (Machines Room)

16:45 INPUT: JONATHAN KNOWLES (Explorer, Autodesk) via SKYPE

17:00 META: Building public realm futures & new civic processes
JOHN ELKINGTON (Executive Chairman and Co-Founder at Volans Ventures)
PROFESSOR DANIEL CHARNY (From Now On, Fixperts, Maker Library Network, Founding Director CRL)
Panel moderator: THOMAS ERMACORA




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When & Where

LimeWharf Auditorium
Vyner St
E29DJ London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 22 September 2015 from 14:00 to 18:00 (BST)

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