The AIANY Global Dialogues Committee has dedicated this year to “(dis)Covered Identities.” The theme aims to explore ways by which cultures, cities, and voices define or refine their identities through a global exchange of ideas and conversations covering multiple topics, perspectives and trends of our time. "Viral Voices" will specifically explore the impact of social media, technology, and device culture on our design process and the way we practice. How do we shape a global conversation?
Greg Lindsay, contributing writer for Fast Company and co-author of Aerotropolis with David Basulto and David Assael of ArchDaily will come together for a lecture discussing the relationships between social media and the profession. Following the lecture, Robyn Peterson from Mashable, Jaime Derringer from Design Milk, Diana Jou from the The Wall Street Journal, Rafi Segal from MIT Architecture / Architect/Blogger, Mark Collins from The Morpholio Project | The GSAPP CloudLab, and Kyle May from Clog will join the speakers for a panel discussion. Visit http://aianyglobaldialogues.blogspot.com/ for further information.
Sammy Medina, Metropolis magazine
Greg Lindsay, Fast Company - NYC
David Basulto and David Assael, ArchDaily - Chile
"Viral Voices" Panelists:
Robyn Peterson, Mashable - NYC
Jaime Derringer, Design Milk - San Diego via Skype
Diana Jou, Wall Street Journal - Hong Kong via Skype
Rafi Segal, MIT Architecture / Architect/Blogger - NYC and Tel-Aviv
Mark Collins, Cloud Lab | Morpholio Project - NYC
Kyle May, Clog - NYC
Monday, July 07, 2014
Viral Voices III: Globalization
Mark your calendars for the third Viral Voices panel discussion being held at the Center for Architecture at 6:30pm on Monday, July 14, one week from today. More information is below; if interested be sure to RSVP for the free event.
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