Everyware author Adam Greenfield will discuss how the computer has begun to disappear into the fabric of everyday life. Relatively little thought has been given specifically to how these changes might unfold at the scale of the city and how the advent of a truly ubiquitous computing will change our urban places—both the way they're built, and the way we live them.
Greenfield's presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Christina Ray of Glowlab, a creative lab exploring psychogeography as it relates to contemporary art; Soo-In Yang and David Benjamin of New York architectural practice The Living and area/code principal Kevin Slavin.
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