2017

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Cristina Ampatzidou
Lea Schonfelder

No happy endings

Lea Schönfelder designs what she calls games for adults. They are meant to motivate her players to reflect on the paradoxes of contemporary life, their ethical choices and politics of the everyday life.

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Christopher Lindinger
Cristina Ampatzidou

Technology, Creativity and the future of Cities

Christopher Lindinger, co-director of Ars Electronica Futurelab, talks about the creative lab culture that forms his working environment, shares his thoughts on group dynamics and organizational structures, and reflects on the potential and challenges of technological development for the future of cities and their inhabitants.

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2016

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Alex Foti
Ania Molenda
Cristina Ampatzidou
Trebor Scholz

Towards Collective Subjectivity

Interview about the possibility of collective subjectivity with Alex Foti and Trebor Scholz by Cristina Ampatzidou and Ania Molenda at Moneylab #3 - Failing Better.

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Ania Molenda
Arthur Roing Baer
Cristina Ampatzidou
Emily Rosamond

The Price of Surveillance

Interview about the price of surveillance with Emily Rosamond and Arthur Röing Baer by Cristina Ampatzidou and Ania Molenda at Moneylab #3 - Failing Better.

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Stalker

Lorenzo Romito
Cristina Ampatzidou
Ania Molenda

Walking across Actual Territories

Rome-based collective Stalker has been exploring the neglected areas of the Italian capital and engaging with their marginalized populations for more than 20 years. Stalker co-founder Lorenzo Romito reflects on the group’s evolution and future plans.

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Ania Molenda
Cassie Thornton
Cristina Ampatzidou
Steyn Bergs

Play and Imagination Against Debt

Interview about imagination and debt with Steyn Bergs and Cassie Thornton by Cristina Ampatzidou and Ania Molenda at Moneylab #3 - Failing Better.

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ZUS
Cristina Ampatzidou
Ania Molenda

The Unobvious Ways of City Making

ZUS merges the theoretical and practical aspects of what we today call city making, yet they are also a design office for architecture and urbanism. Together with ZUS principal, Kristian Koreman, we discussed the ways they combine the two, how it was to be at the forefront of emerging unsolicited architecture and what do they mean by the necessity of engaging with unobvious design tasks.

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2015

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Let us keep our own noon_2013_David Horvitz

David Horvitz
Cristina Ampatzidou
Ania Molenda

No one owns the beach: On time and public space on and offline

David Horvitz uses the city and the Internet as fields to challenge the definitions of public domain, uniqueness and time.

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Mark van der Net - Amsterdam

Mark van der Net
Ania Molenda
Cristina Ampatzidou

Fewer Regulations, More Open Source and a Broader View

This is what Mark van der Net thinks can uncover new perspectives for architecture and urban planning.

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