Paris

24.03.2011
In the third part of his column on cultural politics 2.0, French philosopher Bernard Stiegler appeals for an intelligent and critical use of interactive mass media formats.Democracy versus telecracy According to Bernard Stiegler, interactive mass media exhaust people’s attention to such a more ...
19.02.2011
The second part of Bernard Stiegler’s exclusive 2010LAB.tv column Culture politics 2.0 deals with investments.In the 19th century, train tracks and drain systems provided a necessary infrastructure - today, we need an infrastructure of information networks. By means of these, a contributive more ...
29.01.2011
In the first part of the exclusive 2010LAB.tv column, philosopher Bernard Stiegler talks about new chances and ways of culture: leaving the consumerism of cultural industry, finding new ways of contribution.Stiegler describes the development from art lover to consumer and criticises Howkins’ more ...
08.01.2011
 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. 2010, he established his own philosophers’ school „Épineuil-le-Fleuriel more ...
04.11.2010
Hélène Guenin is the chief curator for exhibitions and performing arts at Centre Pompidou-Metz. When asked about creative quarters, she believes that it takes the right mixture of locals, public funding and policies. 2010LAB.tv took the opportunity to talk to her and about her opinions, presented more ...
05.10.2010
Paris between 1860 and 1900: the new Paris thrives – with its boulevards, bridges, train stations, theatres and parks, and also the industrial premises in the periphery: huge buildings constructed during the regime of Napoleon III.The metropolis is transforming. This atmosphere of change is more ...
21.09.2010
For nearly two decades Vincent Puig has been a pioneer when it comes to new technologies in the cultural sector. First, he started by designing new tools for the musician (Forum Ircam and Studio On Line), then helped creating the MPEG7 standard, became european VP of the International Computer more ...
08.09.2010
Last Sunday, the Rock en Seine festival in Paris ended with an interrupted concert of Arcade Fire. This was almost tragic because the festival would have indeed deserved its climax. It seems that the discussion on the Love Parade didn’t make it as far as it seems: the almost 100,000 visitors more ...
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