re:publica wouldn't be what it is today without our awesome media partners and our 10th edition is no different. Today, we're proud to be present the first three partner organisations.
TEN = NET: Our wonderfully creative partners have looked into the mirror and reflected on the #rpTEN motto. Along with the great CI and the website design, an awesome trailer is ready for release!
Tweets, Instagrams and Facebook posts: all familiar ways to document re:publica experiences. But over the last three years, one group of artists have found a more creative way to capture the spirit of re:publica: live comics.
Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden serve as case studies for Geoffroy de Lagasnerie to thinks about new possibilities in political action and to ponder a new democratic state.
As last year, we restart a series in cooperation with our media partner euro|topics. In the run-up to #rpTEN we want to show how the refugee crisis is being portrayed on the web. In the first part euro|topics explores the question of how the picture of the dead Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi went viral and changed public perception of the refugee crisis.
Prior to our event, we would like to stress a considerate togetherness. Read more on the Code of Conduct for #rpTEN.
In the run-up to the 10th re:publica, we're looking back at past years gone by. We also want to remember those members of the re:publica community, who passed before their time.
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leanor Saitta is a self-described barbarian and professional security expert. She looks to understand complex systems, redesign them or let them fail, gently.
We continue our journey back through time! Our big re:publica retrospective goes into its fourth round. Enter the year 2010, NOWHERE and... Bohemian Rhapsody!
3,100 visitors can't be wrong! The conference on 20 January 2016, dedicated to the convergence of fashion and technology, examines the trends and goals of tomorrow's fashion industry.
Sociologist Richard Sennett, one of the greatest thinkers of our time, researches the effects of the dominant economic system on our lives and offers important insights into fleeting spaces, such as the internet.