How will technology change the music and art experience? 

With the development of new virtual spaces, the way we experience dance music and night activities might change. From virtual dancefloors to algorithmic DJs, new technologies including VR and 3D simulations have the potential to redefine the way we experience culture, connecting people from any location as well as challenging the notions of identity and experience.

Moderated by Fatoş Üstek (Independent curator and writer, Curator Art Night 2017)

Panelists include:
Aleix Fernandez (BCN)
Founder at OnionLab and digital artist.
Onion Lab is a Barcelona based studio for art, music and technology specialising in projection mapping, VR and audiovisual content for festivals, exhibitions and music.

Jordan Gross (LDN)
Oval Space & Pickle Factory founder and director.
Oval Space is an East London based multi-use arts venue and events organisation.

Marija Bozinovska Jones
Artist and Somerset House Studios resident exploring precarious post-digital conditions. Marija’s work revolves around formation of identity within augmented technocapitalism.

Nicola Rosa (LDN)
AR and VR Strategy Lead at IBM, British Interactive Media Association.
Nicola is an innovation, strategy and technology expert with 15 years experience in the media and entertainment industry. He is currently part of IBM iX where he designs solutions using Augmented and Virtual Reality technologies. He is also part of the BIMA (British Interactive Media Association) immersive technologies think thank. Aside from his corporate work, Nicola is a DJ and music producer.

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