Creative Commons Salon Scandinavian Tour
[May 3] - Copenhagen, Denmark
[May 4] - Aarhus, Denmark
[May 5] Stockholm, Sweden
[May 6] Oslo, Norway
[May 7] Reykjavik, Iceland
We're inviting you to a presentation and discussion on Creative Commons and the future of money, taking place during the 3rd to 7th of May in five different cities across the Nordic countries. Our two speakers are Gabriel Shalom and Jay Cousins (read more below), who will also be joined in each country by local participants and speakers.
Some questions that will be asked during the evening is: What are young adults thinking about money and value? How can we create new systems of wealth generation and abundance? What does the future hold for banks and other financial institutions in the wake of massive peer to peer exchange?
“The Future of Money” begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation.
Gabriel Shalom (@gabrielshalom) is a videomusician, director and creative producer living and working in Berlin, Germany. He is the co-founder of KS12, a creative studio which produces original transmedia narratives. He is a regular contributor to opinion-leading blogs on the future of cinema and augmented reality. His signature video artwork takes the form of rhythmically edited audiovisual compositions. He has been an artist in residence at the ZKM | Karlsruhe. He has been a guest speaker on audiovisual trends in London, Berlin and São Paulo, and since Spring 2009 he is adjunct faculty at the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule where he lectures on analog motion graphics.
Jay Cousins (@jaycousins) is a tinkerer, public speaker, and facilitator of group collaboration. He is one of the initiators of Open Design City, a collaborative workshop space at the Betahaus in Berlin. He helped to instigate the DMY Maker Lab and was both fellow and emcee of the Palomar5 innovation camp. In addition to his work creating and disrupting events, he has managed an international distribution and manufacturing network, and developed products from inception to market on a global scale. He’s passionate about linking ideas, thoughts, people and projects.
Mathias Klang, speaking in Stockholm, (@klang67) works as a researcher and senior lecturer at the Universities of Borås & Göteborg. His research revolves within the field of legal informatics with particular interest in copyright, democracy, human rights, free expression, censorship, open access and ethics.
Christian Villum, speaking in Aarhus, (@villum) is the CC Public Lead for Denmark. He's a bootstrapper within media, digital arts, web, open culture and technology - and spends his time developing a myriad of projects.
Info on venues, schedule and final lineup to be added shortly.