Exploring Social Innovation in Norway: A Workshop on Mapping Innovation Ecosystems

[Reposted from BKC Medium Chanel] Innovation is at the core of social, cultural, economic, and technological change. At the most fundamental level, innovation can be understood as a process that involves the generation of new ideas, products, and services, and their adoption, implementation, and diffusion. Nearly all individuals — regardless of race, gender, age, and social class — have […]

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Building the Internet of Trust: Reflections after the #IGF2018

Not that long ago governments around the world tried by multiple means to spread Internet connectivity across their territories with the goal of transitioning into the information society, a new era of knowledge and democratic progress, driven by  networks, computers, and information flows. Today, almost three decades after the invention of the World Wide Web […]

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RHINOCERVS IMPETVM: an installation at BKC mini-gallery

Walking and drawing. Strolling and tracing. Exploring cities and mapping them.  GPS systems and human/animal movement opens multiple paths of creative expression. Detours, derives, critiques, journeys, adventures, expeditions, logs. For several years I have been performing walks + GPS drawing in the cities where I live and visit, recording movements in hybrid space, speculating with […]

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