Monday March 11th 4-6pm
@ Razorfish Offices, 301 West 6th Street, 12th Floor Lobby
Razorfish presents an exciting open-house happy hour on Monday March 11th and encourages you to invite family, friends and colleagues to enjoy a rare opportunity to connect with SXSW panelists and technologists from afar.
South by Southwest brings many talented and entertaining people to Austin, and some of them will be coming to visit Razorfish offices to present their art and innovations to wider and more local audience. This event is open to guests. It is a great opportunity to show off our office space and introduce others to the world of Razorfish. We will be giving away two iPad Mini’s!
Free Drinks & Snacks!
RSVP Required: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5726720776
"What happens when accidents become the building blocks of the creative process?"
Jon Lebkowsky (EFF, Austin)
Patrick Lichty (Columbia, Chicago)
Alan Sondheim (Eyebeam, NYC)
Jon Satrom (I Love Presets, Chicago)
Jon Lebkowsky is an author, activist, journalist, and blogger who writes about the future of the Internet, digital culture, media, and society. He’s been associated with various forward-looking projects and organizations, such as FringeWare, Whole Earth, Mondo 2000, bOING bOING, Factsheet Five, the WELL, the Austin Chronicle, Electronic Freedom Foundation, Plutopia and the Reality Augmented Blog.
Patrick Lichty is a technologically-based media artist, writer, independent curator, co-founder of the performance art group Second Front, and Executive Editor of Intelligent Agent Magazine. Lichty has had solo and collaborative exhibits at the Whitney Biennial, Turin Biennial, Maribor Triennial, Performa Performance Biennial, Ars Electronica, and the International Symposium on the Electronic Arts (ISEA). He is currently a Professor of Interactive Arts & Media at Columbia College in Chicago.
Alan Sondheim's work ranges from Second Life to 3D Printing and has been featured in over 11 published anthologies including American Book Review and Leonardo Online. In the past ten years he has been invited to residencies at Eyebeam Arts & Technology Center in New York City, the National Science Foundation, Center for Literary Computing and the Virtual Environments Laboratory in West Virginia, the Trace in Nottingham England, the Odyssey exhibition space in Second Life, Humlab in Sweden,
Jon Satrom and Ben Syverson develop artware applications as PoxParty. Together, they have created handy tools for realtime performance and data corruption. SatromizerOS was developed in 2010 as the world's first glitch-based mobile operating system. In 2013, PoxParty is poised to release a suite of revolutionary tools for your digital lifestyle, including: StormCloud Computing™, SOL (Satromizer Online), and Inter FacePainter. In addition to PoxParty efforts, Satrom teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, performs with his computer, and co-organizes the GLI.TC/H conference/festival/gathering. Ben Syverson is an independent developer who builds analog and digital cameras.
Jon Satrom & Ben Syverson (PoxParty)