DIGILOGUE SUMMIT: FUTURE TELLERS’18

Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18

Future Tellers’18 brings together people who produce, create and teach with a focus on the “Open Source Movement” between October 1 and November 15 at Zorlu Performing Arts Center. It aims to explore open and closed states of Knowledge, Creating, Learning, Algorithms, and Data.

DIGILOGUE SUMMIT – FUTURE TELLERS’18

Held for the third time between October 19 and 20, Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18 brings prominent names in their fields.

Participated by personalities such as software developed and artist Gene Kogan who regards computer sciences and software as a form of art, artist Lauren McCarthy who examines the influence of technology on social life in her works, Levent Erden who’s exploring the effect of technology on types of human behaviors at Next Academy where he is the president, new media artist and researcher Refik Anadol who explores digital and physical spaces by creating a balance between architecture and media arts and is known for his works which push the boundaries of data use, Digilogue Summit will present the works and evaluations of notable names based on the “Open Source Movement” including panels, presentations and speeches on October 19 and enable the guests to experience the tangible examples of these works with workshops and performances on October 20.

DIGILOGUE SUMMIT

Focusing on the themes of “Open Source Movement” and “New Learning,” Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18 will be held at Zorlu Performing Arts Center between October 19 and 20. All participants and complete schedule will be announced in September.

FUTURE TELLERS’18 OPEN CALL

Thanks to the OPEN CALL which will accept applications until September 10, both creators and those who teach/share will gather under one roof and share their works that present arguments about the open and closed states of information.

In order to be a part of this experience where Digilogue Space will turn into an “Open Space” and host works born from the interaction between multiple disciplines through the “Open Source Movement,” you can apply for the OPEN CALL and/or follow the events at Digilogue Space with the schedule which will be announced in detail on September 25.

OPEN CALL