CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS

INTRODUCTION

Eric Kluitenberg (NL).
Inhabiting the complex techno-ecologies of everyday life.

TECHNOLOGY AND NATURE

Ronald van Tienhoven / Next Nature (NL).
The Nature Caused by People.

Grégory Lasserre / Scenocosme (FR).
Scenocosme artwork.

Anne Sophie Witzke (DK).
Technological ecologies in new media art.

Julian Oliver (NZ / DE).
From Media Art to Critical Engineering.

Ricardo O'Nascimento, Javier Busturia (ES).
Plantas Parlantes, a collective work that draws new boundaries between human and nature.

TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

Prof. Dr. Siegfried Zielinski, Daniel Irrgang (DE)
Variantology.

Anita Jóri (HU / DE).
Presentation of the Vilém_Flusser_Archive.

Martin Howse (UK).
Technology and the Plague.

Normunds Kozlovs (LV).
Steam-punk's ideological critique of technology.

Matze Schmidt (DE).
SMA of the Energy Turn. What has Solar Technology to do with "restricted democracy".

TECHNOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Erich Berger (FI).
Field_Notes - Cultivating Grounds.

Dr. phys. Līga Grīnberga (LV).
The end of technology routine.

Arne Hendriks (NL).
The Increddible Shrinking Man.

Dr. phys. Ojārs Balcers (LV).
A couple of dozen nasty POPs and the International Reference Life Cycle Data System.

TECHNOLOGY AND PEOPLE

Rob van Kranenburg (NL).
Revival.

Tatiana Goryucheva (RU/NL).
Imaging democratic techhnology before its production: the case of food traceability.

Andrew Gryf Paterson (FI).
Pixelversity 2012: Towards an ecogeographic perspective

Kyd Campbell (CA/DE).
Open source, DIY, Grassroots and the sharing of fundamental living knowledge.

Gerard Rubio, Jordi Bari / BlablabLAB (ES).
Ecology for precariety.

Lynn Pook (FR).
Aptium and other audio-tactile art works.

TECHNOLOGY, ART AND ECOLOGY

Tapio Makela (FI).
Re-distributing the sensible in environmental art.

Niki Passath (AT).
Making the environment talk.

Mirae Rosner, Jesse Scot / memelab(CA).
SonicDrift: a locative media framework.

Dr. sc. soc. Rasa SmiteRaitis Smits (LV).
Talk to me: The Long Bean project.

TECHNOLOGY AND OPEN SYSTEMS

Thomas Thwaites (UK).
The Toaster Project

Heath Bunting (UK).
Blood rank vs social network.

Danja Vasiljev (RU / DE).
Exploitation and re-examination of Network paradigms.

Dr. philol. Ilva Skulte (LV).
The book – a house, a dream, a tool: practices of reading in the environments of converging media.

Dr. Zsofia Ruttkay (HU).
Musea in the Digital Age.

Matthew Gardiner (AU / AT).
Origami, robotics, and gardening.