Persons from various disciplines ranging from design through to media art, politics, media studies and culture management studies present their respective approaches. Furthermore, creative artists also have their say and give insights from their everyday lives in the media. They present their Best Practice examples which constitute the net culture. In addition to lectures, there is also space for dialogue. All projects can be tested in front of the ZKM_Media Theater and can be discussed with the speakers. The lectures are held in German and English.
In lectures and on the basis of concrete examples the potential of digital formats for participation shall be shown: The News Game project »Refugees« by ARTE turns for example web users into reporter on refugee camps. The platform Creative Applications is an extensive network on which artists discuss the subject of digital art. Another forum for digital art, which is presented is»NODE«. Antje Lange will present #myRembrandt by Alte Pinakothek and Fabian Schumann, Head of Academic Partnership Department at »iversity«, the German platform for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), will present a new form of teaching. Marcio Bueno will introduce the educational project »Speaking Exchange« and on the subject of online museums, the ZKM project»ArtOnYouScreen (AOYS)« will be presented. Moreover, the curator of the exhibition»ZKM_Gameplay«, Dr. Stephan Schwingeler, will report on the cultural influences and economic power of games.
10:25 am–10:45 amKeynote
Frank Tentler: »#MenschOrtWeb – Leben in digitalen Erlebnisräumen« [Life in digital experience spaces]
10:50 am–11:10 amImpuls
Nadia Zaboura: »DIGITALES – KULTUR – POLITIK.
Neue Wege in der Kulturvermittlung.« [DIGITAL – CULTURE – POLICY. New ways in cultural exchange]
11:10 am–11:30 amPause
11:30 am–12 pmRound table
Nadia Zaboura and Frank Tentler
12 pm–1:15 pmBest Practice examples
1:15 pm–2:15 pmPause
2:15 pm–2:45 pmKeynote
Santiago Siri: »Democracy and The End of the Self«
2:45 pm–4 pmBest Practice examples
4 pm–4:15 pmConclusion statements
From 4:15 pmInfopoints
Exchange between the audience and speakers
to the Best Practice examples
In keynotes and best practice examples you can learn more about:
The Web culture – the culture of the Internet – is our present. It established itself with the development of the World Wide Web at the beginning of the 1990s, and has since spread across the globe. It is in perpetual movement, and each day new symbols and practices emerge. With the Smartphone we are permanently on the move online, whether at home, in front of the computer or when out and about. The Internet has become so much part of our everyday life that it is no longer possible, or rather necessary, to make a clear distinction between online and offline action.