FLOSSIE. Women and Open Software. Women-Body-sound. Conference. Queen Mary London University. 2013.
Flossie 2013 will be in London on the 8th and 9th of November at Queen Mary, University of London. Flossie is for women interested in using open source as coders, artists and social innovators.
Two days of workshops, demos and exhibitions.
Flossie 2013 brings together FLOSS women developers, entrepreneurs, researchers and policy-makers, digital artists and social innovators for an exciting mix of talks, spontaneous discussions and open workshops. Flossie 2013 brings the benefits of open thinking to artist and entrepreneurs and the insights of diverse innovators to FLOSS development.
Flossie 2013 is a two-day event for women who use or are otherwise interested in opening and diversifying technology to drive innovation, to share and inspire. For us, diversity is the solution – not the problem!
Download the Flossie 2013 programme http://fossbox.co.uk/Documents/Flossie-2013/Flossie-2013_Programme.pdf
Laura Gracia. BA History of Art UB University of Barcelona, 2006. MA Curating New Media Art MECAD 2007.Curating, Communication and Criticism, Central Saint Martins, University of Arts London 2009. MA Media Art Histories Vienna 2010. PhD Art and Technology in Public Space, forthcoming. Has exhibited: Field Experimental Generative Animation London 2009. Arco Cinema Madrid 2010. Crisp London Los Angeles 2010, Sound.art Event, VisualArtSpace, London 2013. Has been at ISEA Conference Dortmund Germany 2010. Is curator invited by MOTA Museum of Transitory Art New Media Art, Belgrade, Serbia 2011. Has been awarded by MACBA as Researcher in Residence at Centre d’Estudis Barcelona. She is developer of the research project entitled Spatial Aesthetics, regarding the city and the future technology. http://www.flossie.org/content/laura-gracia
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sound – body – gender