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Thursday, September 10 • 10:15am - 11:30am
Blurring Borders between Art, Tech + Policy: Envisioning the Grid's Future

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The worlds of art, technology and policy are often understood as distinct enterprises with their own codes, ethics, and practices. Technologies, however, are not simply artifacts, but dynamic systems entwined with culture and politics. While institutional allegiances and disciplinary investments might obscure this entanglement, the stakes are shared - and they are high. Gathering leaders from the sectors of art, technology and policy who have worked to cross these disciplinary boundaries, this discussion represents the Grid’s commitment to bridge international and intercultural differences between the US and EU. It names their shared stakes and seeks a common language grounded in the efforts of those already working at these intersections. With these alliances, how might we build a more inclusive future? Staging the kinds of interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration that animate the Grid, this panel explores how we might overcome siloed thinking to shape artistic innovation and technological development for the benefit of all.

Moderators
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Vanessa Chang

Curatorial Co-Director, The Grid: Exposure
As a curator, writer, scholar, and educator, Vanessa Chang builds communities and conversations about art, technology, and human bodies. She holds a Ph.D. in Modern Thought & Literature from Stanford University, and teaches in the Visual & Critical Studies program at California College... Read More →

Speakers
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Linda Doyle

Dean of Research/Professor of Engineering and the Arts, Trinity College Dublin
Professor Linda Doyle is the VP of Research /Dean of Research and Professor of Engineering and TheArts in Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. She was the founder Director of CONNECT anational research centre, co-funded by SFI and industry, focused on future networks... Read More →
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Evi Fuelle

Advisor, Digital Economy Policy, Delegation of the European Union to the United States
As part of the DG CNECT team in Washington, D.C., Evi Fuelle works with the Minister-Counsellor for Digital Economy Policy to develop and facilitate key stakeholder engagement strategies in D.C., Brussels, the Bay Area and elsewhere. Prior to this, she served as Senior Manager, Member... Read More →
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Joyce Grimm

Chief Curator, Adobe/Festival of the Impossible
Chief Curator of FOI - 2016- PresentEvery year, the Festival of the Impossible reinvents the concept of an interactive exhibition. We showcase cutting edge technology with thought provoking art pieces- fusing art and technology by using a conceptual backbone.I was the co-founder and owner of Triple Base Gallery, which was a cornerstone for internationally... Read More →
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Veronika Liebl

Director of European Cooperation, Organization and Finance, Ars Electronica
Veronika Liebl is currently Director of European Cooperation, Organization and Finance at the department Festival/Prix/Exhibitions of Ars Electronica. She studied economic and business science at Johannes Kepler University in Linz (graduated in 2010) with study visits at Harvard University... Read More →
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Ilana Lipsett

Senior Program Manager, Institute for the Future
Ilana Lipsett is a community design strategist whose work uses participatory design and community engagement to inform future-focused policy, economic, and international development. Ilana works to create public engagement opportunities for cities, developers, NGO’s, and creative... Read More →


Thursday September 10, 2020 10:15am - 11:30am PDT
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