The re:publica team invites you to join them for the round table in Dublin. Come to the kick-off for the second #rpDUB in Ireland. We want to hear your feedback, your opinions, your ideas!
Gia sou Thessaloniki! The re:publica team invites you to join them for the first round table. Come to the kick-off for the first re:publica in Thessaloniki on 29 May 2017 in Greece.
Our Digitizing the Greenery programme continues! You cannot be there? Follow our livestream and join us to the second symposium of the "Digitalization in the Green" event "Welcome to Suburbia - Building bridges between Sub & Urban Space" at Wolkenhain.
And there she goes! Once again, the re:publica 2017 offered you a huge, diverse and colourful programme. Over the next weeks and months you'll have all the time in the world to revisit our eleventh conference through videos, pictures and written articles.
Our media partner dctp.tv was busy at the re:publica. Over the course of the three days, they produced 26 video interviews on-location in their #rp17 studio. The #rp17 speakers Andreas May, Nelly Ben Hayoun and Elisabeth Wehling were among the people who stopped by for a talk.
We hope that you were able to gather all sorts of new insights, meet old friends and left with armfuls of inspiration! Our look back at the #rp17, including all the important facts, and forward to the next re:publicas.
This year saw an astounding 9,000 participants converge on the grounds of the STATION – and a few hundred visitors at the labore:tory. We hope that you’ve been able to find any lost items since the end of the event. If they don’t happen to show up again: take a look at our list.
We just closed out the #rp17 and are already getting started on planning the next round. But not without you! Give us your feedback and win tickets.
We’re still in the middle of the #rp17, but that’s not it for this year! Let’s re:connect EUROPE – and join us on our trip to Ireland and Greece.
Our “Ministry of Uploads” has given their all and, with the help of Open Source developer Sebastian Ritterbusch, they’ve got the first videos ready for you online.
Fibre optic cables, door signs, radio masts – Trevor Paglen photographically documents representations of the secret service world, lets algorithms interpret a string quartet and will be speaking at the #rp17 about pictures by machines for machines.
We've tricked out the back area behind the STATION to make sure we get the party started right after the session’s end. Starting at 9:30 p.m., the courtyard of the STATION will slowly start to be cleared out and together we’ll move into the back area of the #rp17.