When: 18:00 - 22:00, 10 Dec 2014
Venue: Brussels, Belgium
Organiser: CRe-AM, BCC
We invite all art and/or technology practitioners to an evening of game playing, helping to shape the European future of technologies in the art sector as part of the CRe-AM project.
Organised by Scottish-based art organisation Black Cube Collective in collaboration with Luis Miguel Girão and Micromarché.
10th December 2014, 18:00-22:00
Quai à la Houille/Steenkoolkaai, 9
Have your say, play your part in validating CRe-AM recommendations, share your vision by creating new ones and thereby influence the future of technology in the art sector. Your input will inform industries and policy makers to direct funding and investment to the things that really matter to you!
Please make your free booking reservation by following this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emap-art-ict-sustainable-futures-tickets-14507677855
Only those with a reservation will be admitted to this event.
The e-Map Game
Interactive, immersive installation game. The aim of the game is to come up with the most popular recommendation for the future of Art & ICT in your destination team. The first part of the game maps players’ journey through validating 4 existing art-technology recommendations which are based on real input from CRe-AM project stakeholders. Players walk the map based on their choices, adding voice/video recordings at input stations thus ending up at their destination and in teams.
The second part of the game involves the generation of new recommendations. Once again, the recommendations are recorded. The final step is for all participants to vote on the most promising new recommendation (not allowed to vote for your own). All the recorded inputs will form part of the final installation and the team with the most popular recommendation for the future of art and ICT wins a prize!
Complimentary drinks and light dinner snacks will be served.
Share your thoughts and visions about the future.
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