The three-day symposium ‘Bright Collisions’ will take place at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. During the symposium, audiences, artists and professionals from various backgrounds will discuss a range of contemporary and urgent topics in which art, technology and society meet and exert forces on each other. Program and themes:
Thursday 20 September: Ubiquitous Art and Sound
Friday 21 September: Art / Technology / Industry: Future Collaborations
Saturday 22 September: Social Architecture
Saturday 22 September: Mediations of Sensation: Displace
Access to the Symposium is free. If you haven’t done so, please register as soon as possible. You’re welcome to come by without registration, but we can’t promise you that there will be a seat available. Doors open every day at 9.30 am and the program starts at 10 am. The Symposium publication and more information on participants, themes, schedules and location can be found here.
If you’re not able to make it physically, be there digitally. The kind people from ArtistTalk will be documenting and livestreaming the Symposium.