Less than a 3 days left for the re:publica festival days
re:publica is a conferences about digital culture in the world. https://re-publica.com/
Representatives of digital culture share their knowledge and decision-making tools, and discuss the future of the information society. Here they can mingle with activists, scientists, hackers, entrepreneurs, NGOs, journalists, social media and marketing experts, and many others.
This fosters innovation and creates synergies between net politics, online marketing, network technology, digital society, and (pop) culture.
As I won in the competition to tweet about my vision of a digital Europe using the #rpEUROPE hashtag,
— Maria Dimitrakarakou (@dimitrakarakou) April 20, 2017
I will be there to participate. be part of re:publica festival! Thee days in Berlin, Having the opportunity to meet, watch, see, discuss new ideas, that shapes the future of the information society. As re:publica says We look forward to new perspectives on the interconnected world we see in every corner of Europe. Digitalisation and its effects on the economy, politics and daily life has long been European. We think it’s high time to strengthen a European digital civil society and want to make our contribution in May at the re:publica in Berlin with the re:connecting EUROPE Space. We are especially happy that the re:connecting EUROPE Space at #rp17 will be supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. I’ll be there, in a few days #LOVEoutLoud #rpEUROPE! Looking forward!
P.S I would like to send many thanks to the re:publica people Simon, Marion, Marei and many other people that make this true for me
Yes I am in Berlin!
#re:publica festival started!
I feel proud, I have my own session on this re:publica festival. Tomorrow & Museum & Cultural Heritage Meetup
I want to explore if & how digitize representation of cultural objects can change people’s cultural consciousness
A digital representation of a sculpture as one piece, (e.g in reality it is splitted in two museums) can make people think & understand the importance of cultural objects” repatriation. The case of the Parthenon monument is well known. Is it right for the Parthenon monument’s sculptures to be scattered in different museums around the world? The Parthenon is not a statue; it is a unique monument, a great achievement of humanity It is considerrd the symbol of democracy. Digital applications offers the opportunity to see the Parthenon sculptures in one place. Is this enough for people to understand the importance of the Parthenon’s sculptures repatriation?
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