Sessions and speakers
Session 1: Diversity & Equality
An American/British activist, anthropologist, co-founder of the Restart Project.
Professor, CS PhD researcher, game company owner, artist, programmer, game designer, activist + lunatic extraordinaire.
Session 2: Learning from Historical Perspectives
A London-based designer with an interest in concept retail, narrative driven installations and cultural artefacts.
Researcher of society, technology and politics at Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex.
Session 3: Making in the City
Communication Design Course Leader at Central Saint Martins. Work at the intersection of visual culture, interaction design, and urban studies.
Researcher, maker, collector, curator and eternal student of materials. Founder of Open Workshop Network.
Session 4: Architects of the Future
Nat Hunter and James Tooze
Our aim is for Assembly to catalyse a critical and reflective conversation about making. We would like to hear a greater diversity of views, and develop a richer understanding of maker culture, the opportunities and challenges we face, and the role of making within a wider social, political, historical and environmental context.
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