Date & TimeSTART: 4:00 PM May 5, 2011
END: 6:00 PM May 5, 2011
Managing Director of Urbanscale, an urban systems design firm, Greenfield is former head of design direction and user interface for Nokia. He is the author of Everyware: The dawning of the age of ubiquitous computing, and the forthcoming The City is Here for You to Use.
New-media artist and engineer Jeremijenko is an Associate Professor in Visual Art/Computer Science/Environmental Studies at NYU, where she develops strategies that employ new technologies to track and remediate environmental changes.
Research Director of the Institute for the Future, a nonprofit research group, Townsend researches the impact of new technologies on cities and public institutions. He is a member of the National Foreign Trade Council’s Global Information Forum Brain Trust.
Chair of Culture and Media Studies and Associate Dean at the New School’s Eugene Lang College, Wark is the author of A Hacker Manifesto and Gamer Theory.
Moderator: Joseph Grima
Editor-in-Chief of Domus magazine, Grima is an architect and former director of the Storefront for Art and Architecture. He teaches at Moscow’s Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture, and Design and is the co-founder (with Pedro Reyes) of the Urban Genome Project, dedicated to “map the code on which cities are written.”