Theorizing the Web Day 2
Doors open 12:30 p.m.
STUDIO A #A4
Eye to Eye
The multiplication of screens has placed an intensifying emphasis on images — their production, consumption, and manipulation — and their capacity to organize the world
Moderator: Louise Ryan. Featuring Dalia Barghouty, Aarati Akkapeddi, Sara Reinis,
Verónica Uribe del Aguila.
STUDIO B #B4
Moved Fast, Broke Things
Platforms bring people together under conditions that often diverge from established social norms. This presents opportunities for new forms of organization as well as new forms of abuse.
Moderator: Kelly Steinmetz. Featuring Abigail Curlew, Ted Perlmutter, Megan Wacha.
3:30 to 4:45 p.m. Session 5
STUDIO A #A5
Figures of Speech
Online networks drive new ways of using language along with new means for configuring community.
Moderator: Apryl Williams. Featuring Hazelle Lerum, Juliana Castro V., Juniper M, Annie Felix.
STUDIO B #B5
Digitality is not contained on screens; it structures our ways of perceiving and organizes the spaces we inhabit
Moderator: Millie Christie-Dervaux. Featuring Yunyi Li, Nina Medvedeva, Joshua McWhirter, Keli Gabinelli.
4:45 to 6:00 p.m. Break, followed by Keynote Sessions.
By the Numbers
Moderator: Danya Glabau
Participants: Jacklyn Lacey, Hined Rafeh, Yulyia Grinberg, Mary Madden
Our health has been made into intimate and minute data points, now fodder for big business. This panel explores how health data is collected and monetized, and what this means for us all.
Ready Worker One
Moderator: Jeremy Antley. Participants: Justin Roczniak, Vicky Osterweil, Danielle Riendeau, Dia Lacina, Daniel Joseph.
Video games reproduce many of the assumptions and contradictions of capitalism within their simulated worlds. Can games also point toward the better world we need?