August 25th Schedule:
6-7pm: Social hour, Interactive art gallery & Snack time
7-8:30pm: Announcements & Presentations:
• Joel Swanson, Artist and Assistant Professor at the ATLAS Institute at CU Boulder, will explain how analogue (and often out-dated) technology can offer us useful insights about our current technology. In an economy that valorizes the “new and novel” it can be difficult to critically engage with technology in a meaningful and circumspect way. This exploration will help us to look forward by looking back.
• Justin Gitlin a.k.a. Cacheflowe will talk about the process of building the software behind the Denver Art Museum's popular interactive dance exhibit, #dancelab.
• Tim Burcham, Head of Personalization and Digital Labs at IHS Markit, presents: "Logo to OpenFrameworks, a brief tale of code, data and interactive visuals over 3 decades"
1610 Little Raven St., Suite 135
We're just over the Millennium Bridge from Union Station if you're coming from LoDo. Otherwise, there's 2-hour parking on Little Raven. Find a Mode Set sign and walk down the driveway or through the breezeway. We're tucked away off the street. Please check the map before you come down.