SIGN UP FOR EXPERT STANDS - GROUP 1- 24.09.2018, 15.30-17.00
DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT WITH AN EXPERT DURING THE DIGITAL CULTURES CONFERENCE

The Digital Cultures conference offers an opportunity to meet guests from leading international institutions who work with digital culture. Learn about the experts whom you’ll be able to meet at their stands on September 24th in Kino Iluzjon and come discuss your project.

This event allows you to meet face-to-face with leading experts from the digital sphere. During a 15-minute conversation you can discuss your idea for an interactive project or game; learn how to submit your work to an international festival; or start working with a particular institution. It’s your time, but please remember three simple rules:
1. Think about what you have to say and what exactly you want to ask about. This will let you use your time most efficiently.
2. If you’re an artist, prepare materials in English about the subject you want to talk about.
3. Remember that others are also waiting to meet with your expert. Be sure to keep your conversation to 15 minutes or less.

Meetings will be conducted in English (with international experts) or Polish (with local ones). To be able to take part, you need to buy a carnet for the Digital Cultures conference. The expert stands are part of the event.

The meetings require registration online. Sign up and reserve your spot now!
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Marc Lustigman - producer and the co-founder of Darjeeling, a production company created in 2009 and specialized in mixing new technologies and interactive mechanisms to narrative work, whether it is documentary, animation or fiction. His productions include the video games Homo Machina and Californium.
Marie Foulston - playful curator and producer, currently the curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London as well as co-founder of UK independent game collective Wild Rumpus.
Sarah W. Newman - creative researcher at metaLAB at Harvard University, and a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. Working primarily in the area of installation art, she develops projects that deal with technology’s role in culture, examining the significance of our current moment both playfully and critically.
Zura Jishkariani aka Dilla - a writer, artist, investigating how “cold algorithms” can affect people’s emotions and how can we manifest our deepest feelings through technologies. Chief of “Anima Chatbotics”, a company which aims to create City Chatbots and “chatbots with Souls”.
David Gochfeld, who creates performance experiences between the real and virtual, drawing on classical and contemporary theatrical techniques as well as cutting edge immersive technology. His pioneering work incorporating live performance and narrative in multi-user VR has been shown most recently at the Tribeca Film Festival ("To Be With Hamlet") and the Future of Storytelling Summit ("Holojam in Wonderland")
Kissinger Twins - directors and multimedia artists whose projects bring together classic film and interactivity. Their work includes the Webby Award-winning film The Trip.
Anetta Jones - multi-award winning documentary and VR producer. In her previous role at the Guardian's VR team she has produced five VR experiences and has been a key part of the team on a further three.
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