This session is part of Techfestival: a 3-day festival in Copenhagen with 200+ events on humans and technology.
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It is Time to Make New Ways for The Sake of Democracy
When we talk about open-source in the tech/design community we often do so in esoteric terms focused on value creation in our products and business models. In this session, we take a step back (or a leap forward?) to look beyond our own sender oriented propositions and think about open source as a tool for societal, democratic activism and participation.
Join this productive conversation on how we, the designer, maker and tech community, can take on a leading role in the future of activism, on how we can open up not only our work and spaces but build a methodology for co-design, democratic access and citizen activism. A broad group of pioneers from hardware, software, arts and crafts, the maker community and most importantly the field of citizen activism will join us, whom on a daily basis are digging deep into the mud of participation and collaboration.
Adrien Rigobello (FR)
Co-founder of thr34d5, Advisory Board member Fab City Grand Paris
Nadja Gaudillière (FR)
Co-founder of thr34d5
Christina Rebel (UK)
Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of Wikifactory
Hans Christian Asmussen (DK)
Designer, Founder of Nation, Project manager at Smedetoften Makerspace
Stine Broen Christensen (DK) – Copenhagen Maker Festival, http://www.copenhagenmaker.dk
Asger Nørregård Rasmussen (DK) – Underbroen, http://www.underbroen.com