Supra Systems Symposium
To mark the launch of Supra Systems Studio and the Supra Systems book, join us for an evening symposium of talks and performances at Everything Happens So Much.
Speakers include: Natalie Kane (Curator of Digital Design, V&A), Georgina Voss, Tobias Revell, Oliver Smith, Alistair McClymont, Wesley Goatley, Luisa Charles, Joel Karamath, and David Benque.
With performances from: Eleni Xynogala, Michael Sedbon, and Marion Lagedamont.
5pm: Exhibition tour and performances
5.30pm: Symposium welcome.
5.35pm: Opening comments and introduction – Georgina Voss
5.45pm: Panel 1 – Abtuse Machines.
Wesley Goatley, David Benque, and Alistair McClymont. Chair: Marion Lagedamont
6.15pm: Panel 2 – Situating Subjects.
Natalie Kane and Joel Karamath.
6.35pm: Panel 3 – Reading / Systems.
Oliver Smith, Paul Bailey and Luisa Charles. Chair: Tobias Revell.
7.05pm: Keynote: Libby Miller + BBC R&D.
7.25pm: Closing remarks.
7.30-close: Exhibition tour and performances.
We live in an age in which political and cultural events happen with increasing speed; an overwhelming wave of stuff exacerbated in presence, impact and scale by complex networked technologies.
In our book, Supra Systems, designers, artists, academics, and curators respond to this theme of the presence and politics of networked technologies and systems through a series of essays, interviews, fragments, and visual pieces.
This book explores how we experience and articulate this intense space in which everything is happening – so much! – and the systems which underpin and permit it.
Authors include: David Benque, Paul Bailey, Luisa Charles, John Fass, Wesley Goatley, Sara Hendren, Natalie Kane, Joel Karamath, Shannon Mattern, Alistair McClymont, Tobias Revell, Michael Sedbon, Oliver Smith, Georgina Voss, Molly Wright Steenson, and Ewa Winiarczyk.
Editor: Georgina Voss
Design: Marion Lagedamont
Supra Systems Studio (SSS) interrogates and materialises the politics of networked technologies through design practice, projects and teaching. SSS is hosted by the Design School, London College of Communication, UAL.