Curator guided tour through the exhibition City Factory: New Work. New Design. in the context of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017 with Ulrike Haele and Harlad GruendlThe CityFactory, a research laboratory for new fields within the creative industries, will explore new cultures of production and work in
the context of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: Robots. Work. Our Future.With advancing digitalization and the dramatic ecological changes to our planet, we have to rethink work, production, and
consumption. Which sustainable and meaningful design fields are opening up? What modes of work are associated with this? Will
consumers become producers and designers in the future? Going forward, if significant areas of work are to be covered by robots
and artificial intelligence, how can the social safety net be successful? How do we want to redistribute work? How can we
leverage the creative principles and strategies of the commons for new alternative economic sectors from a design perspective?
Curator guided tourVienna Biennale 2017
City Factory: New Work. New Design.
Thu, 07.09.2017, 4.00 pm
MAK Columned Main Hall
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