#FASHIONTECH BERLIN, our new conference on the future of fashion, has just celebrated its spectacular third edition with 2200 visitors as part of the Berlin Fashion Week.
Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. Philip Banse talks to Sascha Stoltenow and Thomas Wiegold about terroristic communication strategies explained in their session at the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin.
Taking place for the third time this year on July 8, 2015, the #FASHIONTECH BERLIN conference aims to create a long-overdue connection between fashion and technology and deals with the digitization of the fashion industry.
Our media partner DCTP.TV has interviewed a selection of speakers at #rp15 about their topics. In the following video Philip Banse talks to Rebecca Cotton and Dirk Franke about their talk, "The Art of Trolling".
On day three of the re:publica 2015, stage 10 hosted a diverse program for re:health. Ranging from google infoboxes, mHealth, 3D printers in disaster areas to depression on the internet, the theme track attracted a broad audience throughout the day and was the cause of intense discussions, also on Twitter.
Five weeks ago we asked you to participate in our re:publica survey. And here are the results – plus a video to remind you of #rp15!
This year’s motto, Finding Europe, was realized by the re:publica designers and architects in just a few months. For the #rp15 the STATION-Berlin was visually transformed into an airport.
Reconsidering the city, from diverging and yet intricately connected viewpoints, such as technological and spatial planning doctrines, forms of participation, (artistic) interventions, or traditional aesthetic and architectural theory: that was the mission of the #rp15 sub-conference "City of the Future".
This year, Global Innovation Gathering (GIG) didn’t only take to the #rp15 stages, its GIG Maker Space in Hall 3 was a bustling focus point for all participants during the three days of the conference.
The way in which we will move about in the future was the central theme of the re:think mobility track hosted by our partner Daimler. There was ample space for a wide range of topics, from female leadership to globetrotter vehicles.
After re:publica is before re:publica, so you can already save the date for next year: May 2 to May 4, 2016. And in the meantime, check out our Best of #rp15 video.
Saskia Sassen gives us an update on her new book "Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy" after her much-noticed talk at last years re:publica.