We are very thrilled to tell you more about our brandnew partnership with Digital Biscuit. re:publica embarks on a new endeavour and brings two of Europe’s most exciting tech and culture events together for the first time in Dublin, Ireland, on 20 October 2016.
Virtual reality was one of the biggest trendsetter at this year's re:publica. This new technology was discussed, presented and tested in numerous topics and locations.
The interplay of immersive arts and media was examined in the "Immersive Arts" programme at re:publica TEN's labore:tory. Speakers presented their experiments and research from the interfaces of performance, theatre, literature, film, internet and technology.
How do new technologies affect the music industry? The Musicday at re:publica TEN explored various ways in which technologies can influence and expand music production, visualisation and collections.
At re:publica TEN sociologist Saskia Sassen talked about the topic of migration. In a video interview by Philip Banse of dctp.tv she explains the underlying structures of economically triggered migration and the missing legal frame.
New at re:publica TEN and already very successful: the re:fugee track. Check out what happened in our focus on migration and integration.
There there she goes ... re:publica TEN was the largest and most content rich re:publica ever. Over the next weeks and months you'll have all the time in the world to revisit our anniversary conference through videos, images and written articles.
Lost & found. A full 8,000 participants came together at the STATION venue this year – and a couple of hundred participants at “Performersion” – and with so much going on it's almost inevitable that things can go missing. Please check our lost & found list (with pictures).
As in every year, we're still looking on how to improve and are keen to hear your feedback. All you have to do is answer a few questions in our survey. Plus we're giving away five tickets to re:publica in Dublin.
Tickets up for grabs: we're giving away four tickets to the Digital Bauhaus Summit 2016 in Weimar. Featuring “luxury communism” as its motto, the annual “Summit for the Creative Economy” will take place 2 – 3 June 2016.
Around 500 visitors took part at Performersion on 5 and 6 May, engaged in workshops and listened to the talks.
Since yesterday "Performersion – Days of Performing + Immersive Arts" is taking place at Kühlhaus next to STATION Berlin which we are hosting together with the Performing Arts Programm (PAP). Today is the second – and last – day. Come by and enjoy the talks and performances!