[NetBehaviour] DATA CITIES: Smart Technologies, Tracking & Human Rights

Tatiana Bazzichelli tbazz at disruptiv.biz
Tue Sep 15 12:28:21 CEST 2020


Dear all,

I would like to invite you to the 20th conference of the Disruption
Network Lab.

DATA CITIES: SMART TECHNOLOGIES, TRACKING & HUMAN RIGHTS.
Investigating future smart cities and how tracking & surveillance impact
us all. https://www.disruptionlab.org/data-cities

We will be back at Studio 1, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2,
10997 Berlin from September 25 to 27, but also on streaming (live on our
website).

You can find some info below, please make sure to get a ticket online to
reserve a seat. https://pretix.eu/disruptionlab/

## SCHEDULE

# PRE-EVENT: GERMAN PREMIERE
Thursday, September 24 - 2020
19:00-22:00 – Film screening + Q&A: iHUMAN
iHUMAN - Film Documentary - Event in partnership with the Human Rights
Film Festival Berlin, at BUFA Studios, followed by a film talk with
Tonje Hessen Schei (Film Director, Producer and Screenwriter, NO):
https://www.disruptionlab.org/event/screening-ihuman

# CONFERENCE
FULL PROGRAMME:
https://www.disruptionlab.org/data-cities#programme

SCHEDULE:
# Friday, September 25 - 2020
16:00 - Doors open
16:40—18:00 - KEYNOTE: Reclaiming Data Cities: Fighting for the Future
We Really Want
Denis "Jaromil" Roio (Digital Social Innovation Expert, Software Artisan
& Ethical Hacker, IT) & Julia Kloiber (Managing Director at Superrr Lab
and Partner at Ashoka Germany, DE). Moderated by Daniel Irrgang
(Research Fellow, Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, DE).

18:45—20:45 · PANEL: Making Cities Smart for Us: Subverting Tracking &
Surveillance
Eva Blum-Dumontet (Senior Researcher on Privacy and Social and Economics
Rights, UK), River Honer (Web Developer at Expedition Grundeinkommen,
Anti-Capitalist Tech Activist, Member of Anti Eviction Map Project,
US/DE), Andreas Zingerle (Media Artist, Department of Linguistic,
Literary and Aesthetic Studies, University of Bergen, AT/NO), Linda
Kronman (PhD Candidate, Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic
Studies, University of Bergen, FI/NO). Moderated by Tatiana Bazzichelli
(Director, Disruption Network Lab, IT/DE).

# Saturday, September 26 - 2020
16:00 —  Doors open
16:30—18:00 - KEYNOTE: Worlds Less Travelled: Mega-Cities, AI & Critical
Sci-Fi
Liam Young (Film Director, Architect and Designer, AU/US), Tonje Hessen
Schei (Film Director, Producer, and Screenwriter, NO). Respondent: Anna
Ramskogler-Witt (Artistic Director, Human Rights Film Festival Berlin,
DE).  Moderated by Mauro Mondello (Investigative Journalist, IT) & Lucia
Conti (Communication Expert at UNIDO, Editor in Chief at Il Mitte, IT/DE).

18:45—20:45 - PANEL: Citizens for Digital Sovereignity: Shaping
Inclusive & Resilient Cities
Elizabeth Calderón Lüning (Associate Researcher, Weizenbaum Institute
for the Networked Society, Research Group Inequality & Digital
Sovereignty. DE), Rafael Heiber (Co-founder & CEO, Common Action Forum,
BR/DE), Alexandre Monnin (Head of the "Strategy and Design for the
Anthropocene", Master of Science at ESC Clermont Business School, FR),
Moderated by Fieke Jansen (PhD Candidate at the Data Justice Lab, NL/UK).

# Sunday, September 27 - 2020
14:15 - DOORS OPEN

14:45—15:15 - ARTIST TALK - Google Maps Hacks
Simon Weckert (Artist & Designer, DE)

15:15—17:45 - WORKSHOPS
Limited seats: sign-up is required for a specific workshop. Get your
ticket here: https://pretix.eu/disruptionlab/data-cities/

Workshop 1: Smash your filter bubble!
with Leonardo Sanna (PhD Fellow, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia,
IT) and Salvatore Romano (Graduate student in Social Psychology,
University of Padova, IT) of the tracking.exposed project.

Workshop 2: Visualizing Control – A Critical Mapping Workshop
with River Honer (Web Developer at Expedition Grundeinkommen,
Anti-Capitalist Tech Activist, Member of Anti Eviction Map Project,
US/DE). SOLD OUT!

Workshop 3: Reusing things in the smart city
with: Felipe Schmidt Fonseca (Activist, Free/Open Advocate and
Researcher, OpenDoTT project, BR/DE).

Workshop 4: Citizen manifesto on data cities
with Fieke Jansen (PhD Candidate at the Data Justice Lab, NL/UK).

18:30—19:30 - COLLECTIVE CLOSING

More info:
https://www.disruptionlab.org/data-cities

-- 
Tatiana Bazzichelli // Artistic Director
Disruption Network Lab
http://disruptionlab.org
Twitter: @disruptberlin // @t_bazz
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