On February 21 I’ll be speaking at RaumschiffEr.de in Hamburg.1 It’s is a little brother of Reboot, a conference in Copenhagen I love for its relaxed atmosphere, eclectic mix of people and slightly countercultural leanings. RaumschiffEr.de aims to help designers and technologists become more aware of the many networks they rely on — people, technologies, objects, materials, life — and how they can contribute to them. I’ve been asked to discuss how games in urban spaces can raise awareness of these networks, and how they can perhaps also serve as catalysts for contributing to them. Looking forward to it, hopefully I can build on some of the stuff I was chewing on at the Club of Amsterdam and NOP last year.
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