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FutureFest

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With its unique position as the UK’s innovation foundation, Nesta uses FutureFest to gather some of the planet’s most radical thinkers, makers and performers together to create an immersive experience of what the world might be like in decades to come.

FutureFest is designed as a multi-format festival which gives visitors ample opportunity to take self-guided journeys. The programme will span discussions, performances, installations and interactive experiences. Attendees will be engaged as active participants, informed and challenged to explore and formulate their own vision of the future.

The inaugural FutureFest was held in east London over the weekend of 28-29 September 2013. The event was staged to help complement Nesta’s work as a research body, investor and programme funder as well as a producer of world-class events

Curatorial Credits
Project Manager & Associate Curator – Josh McNorton
Lead Curator – Pat Kane
Associate Curator, Future Global – Jessica Bland
Associate Curator, Future Machines & Panels – Ghislaine Boddington
Associate Curator, Future Music – Glenn Max

Futurefest 2013 : http://2013.futurefest.org/

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London,  14-15 March 2015, Explore and formulate your own vision of the future at Futurefest festival.  

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Serge Tisseron, la culture numérique - visions | Culture Mobile

Serge Tisseron, la culture numérique - visions | Culture Mobile | Pralines | Scoop.it

Avec l’humain multiconnecté de l’ère de l’Internet, des jeux vidéo et de leurs multiples écrans est en train de se constituer une nouvelle culture. Selon le psychiatre et psychanalyste Serge Tisseron, qui vient de publier «Rêver, fantasmer, virtualiser» (Dunod), sous-titré «Du virtuel psychique au virtuel numérique», cette nouvelle culture des écrans s’oppose à la culture du livre autant d’un point de vue strictement culturel que sur les plans cognitif et psychologique.


Via Alexandre Trocmé, Bernard BRUNET
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