PechaKucha is the global format of concise (20 sec x 20 slide) presentations. The local series runs its next edition on former & present Kibuists. As a special feature, between the two blocks of PK-styled talks, a 30-minute keynote speech by Martijn de Waal (NL) will underline the connection between hacker culture and urban design.
8:00 - 8:15 pm welcome speeches by Christopher Mattheisen (CEO, Hungarian Telekom), Somlai-Fischer Ádám (Principal Artist and Co-Founder, Prezi), Varga Judit (managing director, KiBu)
8:15 - Pecha Kucha Night I. etap 6'40" x talk
1, Attila Bujdosó (architect, researcher, cultural broker)
2, Gáspár Hajdu (A/VRCHITECT, founder of XORXOR)
3, Györgyi Gálik (innovation designer, Ph.D., Innovation Design Engineering, Royal College of Art and design researcher @Future Cities Catapult), London, UK
8:45 - Keynote 30'
Martijn de Waal (NL), Researcher Urban Media & Citizen Empowerment (Hogeschool van Amsterdam), co-founder of The Mobile City
9:15 - 9:45 pm
9:45- Pecha Kucha Night II. etap 6'40" x talk
4, Dániel Feles (product designer)
5, Judit Boros (designer, researcher)
6, Jonathan Ravasz (designer, Unity developer)
7, Andrea Sztojánovits (digital artist) & Domonkos Varga (MTA SZTAKI) matemathician
8, Bálint Ferenczi (UX designer)
moderated by Veronika Pistyur (Bridge Budapest), Bálint Balázs (KÉK, Pecha Kucha Budapest)
No entrance fee.
🎈Attila Bujdosó: Social Cooperation
As an initiator of various new media projects and creative collaborations, Attila is talking about his latest editorial work called the Social Design Cookbook on the one hand and his collaboration protocol-turned-software, Opp.io on the other.
🎈Gáspár Hajdu: Digital sketches
Blood & tears & dopamine: creative sketching with art & technology
🎈Györgyi Gálik: Solarpunk - Voluntary social change
To be held in English
How can we transform socio-ecological systems and our collective relationship towards these systems? What are the current political and industrial narratives around invisible environmental pollutants such as air pollution, radiation and heatwaves? How we might change these narratives and shift towards lower-carbon lifestyles that could mitigate the impacts of climate change?
🚩Martijn de Waal (NL): The Hackable City
To be held in EnglishOver the last decade or so, in medialabs around the world a new kind of hacker culture has emerged: one that is about the playful appropriation of technologies towards a common or public good. Most recently, this hacker-ethic has found its way in the wholly new territory of urban design. Through an analysis of many international examples, in this lecture Martijn de Waal will discuss how the design processes of cities can be 'hacked' with the use of digital media, turning urban planning into collaborative citymaking.
Dani’s latest project is a gameplay synced up with bird migration, you follow the flock, track the itinerary and proceed with the problem solving.
Shifting from product to service design, using design tools for experimenting with strategies and to bring users-led innovation to organizations.
🎈Jonathan Ravasz: Virtual reality development
There is a lack of design methods and patterns for designing virtual reality experiences. New standards have to be established in a fast pace in order to keep the technology in the forefront of innovation.
🎈Andrea Sztojánovits (AVOI) digital artist – Domonkos Varga (MTA SZTAKI) matemathician
With the development of biologically inspired vision models called deep neural networks, human creativity was challenged by algorithmic processing. In collaboration with the painter Éva Köves, Andrea and Domonkos present their latest project brought to life by the complex interplay between deep learning algorithms and artistic style.
🎈Bálint Ferenczi: UX design
Collaboration with the music band, Buster Keaton (UK), how to develop audio-reactive visuals for gigs?
Web: www.kibu10.hu, https://pechakucha.hu/