Museum of Random Memory Spring Conference

by Apr 7, 2018

April 6-8, 2018. Artists, activists, social scientists, architects, and information designers convene for the 2018 Museum of Random Memory Workshop in Skagen, Denmark. The goal? To bring together a unique set of trans disciplinary perspectives on how public, arts-based, research-driven exhibitions can create social change. Using the 3-year old MoRM as a starting point, participants are brainstorming, producing conceptual models, building extensions of the original concept, critically analyzing the methods, and otherwise working creatively to push the project forward.

Recent Publications

Day 1: Provocations

Day 2: Production

Day 3: Proposals

This Working Retreat solidifies the project’s commitment of bringing together diverse groups of young and experienced researchers and practitioners to critically examine and publically address the processes of memory-making in the digital and datafied era. This event is sponsored by Aarhus University’s Creating Future Memories project and CAD+SR (Center for Arts, Design, and Social Research).

Participants

Robert M. Ochshorn

Robert M. Ochshorn

Researcher

Computer and User Interface

Germany

Ann Light

Ann Light

Professor

Design & Creative Technology (Engineering and Design)

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Kseniia Kalugina

Kseniia Kalugina

Integration Architect

Service-Oriented Architecture

Denmark

Dalida María Benfield

Dalida María Benfield

Director

Research and Programs

Center for Arts, Design, and Social Research, United States

Christopher Bratton

Christopher Bratton

Professor

School of Art, Design, and Architecture

Aalto University, Finland

Gabriel Pereira

Gabriel Pereira

PhD Fellow

Department of Digital Design and Information Studies

Aarhus University, Denmark

Anu A. Harju

Anu A. Harju

Postdoctoral Researcher

Faculty of Social Sciences

University of Helsinki, Finland

Melissa Boucher

Melissa Boucher

Lead Product Designer

Looker

United States

Justin Lacko

Justin Lacko

Master

Tech & Community

SingularityU Nordic, Denmark

Nathália Novais

Nathália Novais

Researcher

Graphic Design

Denmark

Mórna O'Connor

Mórna O'Connor

PhD Fellow

Education and Technology for Health Research Group at the School of Health Sciences

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Andrew Sempere

Andrew Sempere

Software Engineer

Switzerland

Sarah Schorr

Sarah Schorr

PhD Fellow

Department of Aesthetics and Communication

Aarhus University, Denmark

Ramona Dremjluga

Ramona Dremjluga

Researcher

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communications School

Tallinn University, Estonia

Annette Markham

Annette Markham

Professor MSO

Information Studies

Aarhus University, Denmark

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