DOM-L0006 Department of Media Doctoral School
Event-driven culture: Case study, “The Visit”
Beyond being of place, culture can also be said to be a thing of time. This is particularly the case in contemporary virtual environments where multiplicities of human culture often converge, co-exist, and co-evolve. In this three-day seminar and workshop organized by the Department of Media (Media Lab) at Aalto University we first intend to explore the notion of time and how it is represented across diverse cultures. Subsequently we will focus on the notion of ‘Event’ as a unit of analysis with the ‘Visit’ as an illustrative example.
The School will include lectures and presentations as well as workshops in which participants will engage in concept design exercises.
Visiting Professor: Zsófia Ruttkay, Associate Professor (MOME, HUN) (see bio)
Hosted by: Lily Díaz-Kommonen, Prof. of New Media (Aalto ARTS, Media Lab) (see bio)
Other invited guests include: Dr. Paul Mulholland, from the Knowledge Management Institute at Open University (see bio)
Place: Aalto Design Factory, Engine Room, Betonimiehenkuja 5 C, 02150 Espoo, FINLAND
Dates: 29–31 August 2017
Credits: For doctoral candidates, it is possible to receive up to 5 credits.
To participate: Send us your name, email address and a brief description of your current research indicating why participation in the course would benefit your studies and practice by Monday July 17, 2017.
For more information and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org