2011 – Stiegler, Landry, Sloterdijk & Tropeano

Poltics & Strategies, part 1

Urban researcher Charles Landry, French philosopher and director of IRI (Institut de recherche et d’innovation) Bernard Stiegler, German philosopher and cultural scientist Peter Sloterdijk and Roger Tropeano, chairman of Les Rencontres: They all enhanced 2010LAB.tv with their thoughts about culture, politics and creativity in 2011.

 

Charles Landry

In his 2010LAB column Charles Landry revisted the World Expo in Shanghai in 2010 and Ruhr’s European Cultural Capital year and is asking: Which event tells us more about good city making?

“The digital world is changing dramatically how we see, perceive and interact with the city” he states in another text, where he is comparing digital revolution with city evolution. The urban future is digital.

 

Bernard Stiegler

Professor Bernard Stiegler is not only the director of the „Institute for Research and Innovation“ (IRI) at the Centre Georges Pompidou, but also one of the leading philosophers in France. In his 2010LAB video column he talks about European culture politics 2.0: developments, investments and reflections.

Part 1 // Part 2 // Part 3  // Part 4

 

Peter Sloterdijk

The cultural scientist and philosopher about culture and democracy talked with 2010LAB about the impatience of the modern man and his expectations towards culture. "The essence of cultural politics is impatience". Watch the video interview.

 

Roger Tropeano

In our INTER.view series Roger Tropeano, chairman of Les Rencontres talks about the Cultural Creative Change of a (post-industrial) region.

In his 2010LAB column on the practice of culture policy in European cities Tropeano is approaching the issue of budget cuts and the consequences for every economic sector.

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