Program

The festival site opens everyday at 15.00 except Saturday, where it opens at 13.00 - unless you are attending an Academy. Ticket registration opens at the check-in counter outside SPACE10, a half an hour before the schedule starts.

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    Thu15 Jun
      12:00
    1. In this session, we’ll explore how to co-design a radical new co-living space – a “Village 2.0”. Have you ever dreamt about living with people who share your values and interests? Do you want to explore living arrangements beyond the typical one-family apartment or house? Can you also imagine sharing domestic resources such as cars and playgrounds, home offices and greenhouses, kitchens and workshops?

    2. With 'Do You Speak Human?', SPACE10 is asking people how they feel about artificial intelligence and what they expect from it . In essence, it seeks to democratise the development of AI. But democratisation of AI isn't necessarily all about data and computation. It’s also about where it lives and what form it takes.

    3. In this workshop, Al Jeffery from Realise Flow will guide you through a process to understand the power of facilitation, connect communities and see facilitation as a mechanism for allowing communities to organically evolve. Facilitation is a must-have skill for the future that's fast approaching.

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      15:00
    1. The year is 2051 and the nature of work has shifted greatly. Unless you’ve been in a sensory-deprivation tank the last few years, you already know what a Purpose Pod is. We present the Purpose Pod of 2051 — an invitation to connect to your essence and the world around you at a time of less work due to automation.

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    2. In this talk we will welcome you to three days of exploring alternative futures

      15:30
    1. African design stories remain untold. Even some of the most extraordinary innovations never get the deserved recognition as they go unnoticed. Designer, entrepreneur and design-philosopher, Jens Martin Skibsted, presents his take on the untold stories of Africa. How the stories aren’t told from within, - and when told, distorted by outsider’s power. Skibsted will take us through the challenges of storytelling and some of the untold stories of African Design, which are voiced in his African start-up Ogojiii.

      15:45
    1. What if we could design a system for open source architecture, highly adaptive to local needs, environments and the local availability of materials? What if we could empower people to drive social change and build self-sufficient communities? What if we could provide the necessary tools and spaces to enable upcoming local economies to flourish, and co-create the foundation for a better everyday life for the many people?

      16:00
    1. At Made in Space, VICE Cinema will showcase a selection of video content from Vice's tech channel Motherboard and its channel dedicated to the global culture of food, Munchies.

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      16:15
    1. Last year, the Brooklyn-based design studio Anton & Irene worked on One Shared House — an interactive documentary about Irene’s communal childhood home in 1980s Amsterdam. Now, as a follow-up project, they are trying to imagine what co-living might look like in 2030. At Made in Space, they will discuss their findings, their approach, as well as the challenges and hurdles they have faced while trying to bring to life this new project in collaboration with SPACE10.

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      17:00
    1. Tomas will reveal how “Fab Labs” are challenging not just the way everything is made, but also the way we live, work and play in cities. His talk will give us an inside view of the Fab City project, looking to design and transitioning towards a more inclusive and sustainable future — because the future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed. According to Tomas, we're facing more than a revolution in fabrication – we're changing our entire production system, which will change our economy and our society.

    2. This session is about the empowerment of humanity and how we can build a desirable and inclusive future for all.

      17:30
    1. Pontus will explain how Minecraft has been used to engage communities — particularly young people, women and slum dwellers — in urban-design processes in more than 25 countries, including Kenya, Peru, Haiti and Nepal.

      17:45
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore the future of Co-living

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      18:15
    1. Indy will talk about “The Dark Matter of Open Making” and share his early learnings and reflections based on designing institutional infrastructures for a distributed and collaborative future — “from infrastructure for open manufacturing, to townhalls for social innovation”.

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    2. You’ll find Copenhagen DJ & producer/vocalist Christian d’Or somewhere between local legend and rising star With his Disco Dick parties at the now-infamous Bakken, Christian played a major role turning the old Meatpacking District into a serious party mecca for Copenhagen’s trend-setting youths.

      18:45
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how important democratising design, digital fabrication and co-creation is for our common future

      19:15
    1. We have a responsibility to find better ways to produce and consume things in the future by rethinking how we do things today. SPACE10 has throughout the last year explored digital fabrication, new sustainable materials and the idea of a circular economy. All these trends, weak signals and promising breakthroughs have been collected in a publication that we will launch at Made in Space. Join us to celebrate its release and be one of the first to get your hands on a copy of the publication.

      19:30
    1. Emma-Jean Thackray is an award-winning composer/producer/arranger/instrumentalist. A recent RBMA alumna, she has been described as "one of the UK's most exciting new jazz artists".

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      20:00
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how we might approach the future housing crisis. With 60% of the urban environment yet to be built, how will cities become more open and collaborative in nature to facilitate this growth?

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      20:15
    1. You’ll find Copenhagen DJ & producer/vocalist Christian d’Or somewhere between local legend and rising star With his Disco Dick parties at the now-infamous Bakken, Christian played a major role turning the old Meatpacking District into a serious party mecca for Copenhagen’s trend-setting youths.

      20:30
    1. I’m a Kombo is an established pioneering kitchen continuously processing the plasticity of food and space to obtain the most sociable dining experience. This dinner experience will be accompanied by the multi talented Nanna Øland Fabricius, known to most Danes as Oh Land.

      20:45
    1. The daily recap of Thursdays happenings, profound reflections and enlightening learnings with Justin Gignac

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      21:15
    1. Ellis May, a rising solo artist hailing from Copenhagen, is the alter ego of singer, composer, producer and sound designer Sophia Maj.

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      21:30
    1. The Happy Film is a feature-length documentary in which graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister undergoes a series of self-experiments outlined by popular psychology to test once and for all if it’s possible for a person to have a meaningful impact on their own happiness.

      22:00
    1. Born in Malmö and based in Copenhagen since 2011, Kajsa has in recent years become a regular fixture on the Swedish club scene. With Per Hammar she runs the ongoing Malmö-based house and techno club night Kiloton, booking the likes of Bella Sarris, Mihai Popoviciu, Genius of Time and Axel Boman. She is also one half of DJ duo Haidl & Lindstrøm.

      22:15
    1. IRAH is a Copenhagen-based trio including Stine Grøn (vocals) and Adi Zukanovic (keys). IRAH makes a particular brand of alternative pop inspired by everything from traditional ceremonial music to modern melodic songwriting.

      23:00
    1. rRoxymore’s music is an intriguing, one-off blend of contrasting textures – organic and synthetic, icy and warm – and a fresh step in dance music. The French musician and producer had a long history making music in various ways, with various people, before settling in Berlin and concentrating on the solo project that refines it all.

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    Fri16 Jun
      12:00
    1. In this session, the five founders of the ANDEL collaborative invite you to take part in a very serious but fun conversation about life in cities. Come and share your best, worst, craziest or happiest memories of your neighbours, and examine “naboskab” as a tool to prototype future co-existence in cities.

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    2. In this workshop, Keenan Pinto, a bioengineer and molecular biologist, will facilitate a creative and technological way to educate people about micro-algae. The workshop constitutes three parts: Electronics and Code, Digital Fabrication, and Biology.

    3. This is a practical hands-on session exploring new modes of fabricating architecture using principles from biology and agent-based behaviour. It uses Archilace, a structural technique based on lacemaking developed by Loop.pH since 2003. Composite fibres are woven into complex geometries based on carbon nano-science to create strong, lightweight and flexible adaptive structures.

      15:00
    1. Katharina's talk will explore design strategies to spark curiosity about new types of food, with the intention of leading a cultural shift that will ultimately propel sustainable agriculture and reduce our environmental impact.

    2. Asger Nørregård has a great love for 80s boogie music, disco, soul, funk, Afrobeat, alternative, avant-garde, soulful house music, and everything in between and beyond!

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      15:30
    1. What if we could interact with technology the way we interact with people? What if technology could speak our language and accommodate our individual needs? What can we achieve when our own intelligence is amplified by an artificial one? How can artificial intelligence empower us to create better lives? And how do we ensure the right ethical questions are addressed when we design this emerging technology?

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      15:45
    1. In his talk, Al Jeffery will explore how we are "returning to the future" and applying ancient wisdom in a modern context. We’ve lived in communities for centuries, and this was how our ancestors co-existed many years ago. Al will draw parallels into ancient culture and modern sub-cultures to dive into the cultural and personal aspects of co-living and co-habitation. What does this mean for us as individuals?

      16:00
    1. This audiovisual, live improvised performance embarks upon a trip into the unknown where Telmon and Moon edit in real time their own ethnographic films of sacred rituals from around the world, including shamanic experiences in the Amazon and trance ceremonies in Indonesia.

      16:45
    1. Rachel will present work from her studio which showcases new ways of living and how design can be used to craft space and create a more optimistic, ambitious and engaged conversation about the future of the city and public space.

      17:00
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how cities will become smarter in feeding and nourishing its citizens

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      17:30
    1. Mariano will focus on the pressing need to design technology and services that revolve around people. He will introduce the work of INDEX and then submerge into a discussion mixing artificial intelligence, gender equality, accessibility and upcoming skills — such as creativity, emotions and interpersonal relationships — which give us an edge over robots.

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      18:00
    1. At SPACE10 we’ve been experimenting with making plants talk using sensors and conversational interfaces. In this light hackathon, we introduce our progress and then collaborate with you on making it more playful. If you have an interest in nature, plants or technology, then join us for a unique exploration into the secret life of plants.

    2. For future cities to be diverse, coherent and socially sustainable, we need open spaces for people to meet, interact and connect, no matter their age.

      18:15
    1. Accompanied by the Standing Rock tribe member Leo Yankton, Madeleine will open a window into her project Other Story, where she aims to build a bridge between different cultural perspectives and facilitate the possibility for empathy.

      18:30
    1. At Made in Space, join Liam and an all-seeing smart city operating system as they take a tour in a driverless taxi through a network of software systems, autonomous infrastructures, ghost architectures, anomalies, glitches, and sprites, searching for the wilds beyond the machine. The talk will be an audio-visual expedition to a city found somewhere between the present and the predicted, the real and the imagined, stitched together from fragments of real landscapes and designed urban fictions.

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      19:00
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore the Ethics, Morality and Virtues of Artificial Intelligence in the future

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      20:00
    1. Soul-grounded/bound/driven DJ-duo Hawsfabrikken consists of Mads Bjerregaard and Daniel Bruhn Jensen aka. Dee Brown, who in the last five years have built one of Copenhagen’s longest-running soulful and dance-driven club nights.

    2. Den Vandrette / Rosforth & Rosforth will take over CLOUD9 for a very unique biodynamic community dinner, accompanied by the charming and talented Coco O, with support from August Rosenbaum.

    3. In this session Ravi Naidoo, founder of Design Indaba, will give a short talk about his adventures in betting the farm on Africa's creative futures, through the founding of the world's biggest design conference, Design Indaba, which has evolved into a platform that inspires and empowers people to create a better future through design and creativity. Ravi will highlight the Do Tank, that accompanies their Think Tank, and talk about design for social impact. On stage, he'll be accompanied by three talented people from the continent. Welcome to Africa Rising!

      20:15
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how we will aspire to live in the future?

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      21:15
    1. The daily recap of Thursdays happenings, profound reflections and enlightening learnings with Justin Gignac

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      22:00
    1. Danish producer Uffe Christensen returns to Tartelet Records with his second LP “No!” The album is every bit as abundant as his first LP; it’s a record that scales polyrhythmic percussion, improvised jazz and billowing ballads.

    2. Undoubtedly inspired by the long-haired 70s sounds and acts such as Jethro Tull and King Crimson, Værket is one of the latest stars on the Danish rock scene.

      23:00
    1. Soul-grounded/bound/driven DJ-duo Hawsfabrikken consists of Mads Bjerregaard and Daniel Bruhn Jensen aka. Dee Brown, who in the last five years have built one of Copenhagen’s longest-running soulful and dance-driven club nights.

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      23:30
      23:59
    1. Harvey Sutherland is a studio producer and disco minimalist from Melbourne.

    Sat17 Jun
      01:00
    1. Soul-grounded/bound/driven DJ-duo Hawsfabrikken consists of Mads Bjerregaard and Daniel Bruhn Jensen aka. Dee Brown, who in the last five years have built one of Copenhagen’s longest-running soulful and dance-driven club nights.

      10:00
    1. The future is defined by the actions we take today. There are many opportunities for working with dynamic complex systems to help facilitate and activate positive, social and environmental change. Circular systems-design helps creatives and non-creatives alike battle complexity to find creative, positively charged interventions that can leverage dynamic systems change.

    2. Cities struggle with densification, while their inhabitants strive for more human connections. The aim of the workshop is to reposition the concept of co-existence through a series of thought exercises.

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    3. People tend to think that machine learning is only for mathematicians and scientists with gigabytes of training data. This workshop we will prove them wrong! In this session, led by Copenhagen-based creative coding studio Støj, you can train your own interactive machine learning algorithms in seconds and have your voice, face or body control games, music and graphics using open source software. No prior coding experience required!

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      13:00
    1. What if we could grow tasty, nutritious food locally and make it accessible and affordable for the many people? What if we could tackle the increasing demand for food by pioneering a new paradigm of symbiotic food production and distribution, empowering everyone to join in? And what if we could reduce food miles and our environmental impact, and educate our children about the importance of nutritious food in more meaningful and playful ways?

      13:30
    1. At Made in Space Sinus will tell us about ReGen Villages, a new visionary model for the development of off-grid, integrated and resilient eco-villages that can power and feed self-reliant families around the world. ReGen stands for regenerative, where the output of one system becomes the input of another. The concept has a holistic approach and combines a variety of innovative technologies, such as energy positive homes, renewable energy, energy storage, door-step high-yield organic food production, vertical farming aquaponics/aeroponics, water management and waste-to-resource systems.

      14:00
    1. In this drop-in session, you'll get hands-on with the Mover Kit — an active-play wearable that you make and code yourself! You’ll go from a complete beginner to coder extraordinaire, and end up as the type of superhuman who can add tech to their cardboard crafting.

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    2. In a rapidly changing world, what role will technology play in augmenting the human senses?

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      14:30
    1. A taster of digital empowerment and co-existence through the looking glass of food. Food is no longer just a matter of survival; through food, we express our status and identity. The table is a place of memory where we become aware of who we are and with whom we are. Around the table, all previous meals come together in every meal, in an endless succession of memories and future associations.

      15:00
    1. At Made in Space we present three women whose individual practices contribute to a better future. Each speaker uniquely combines ethics and utopian thinking in her work, and thrives in a traditionally male-dominated space. Religion. Tech. Science. While that combination may sound unconventional, our speakers’ three key areas of expertise will converge to crush prejudices and help the audience envision a more equal, progressive and bold future.

      15:30
    1. At Made in Space designer and a sociologist, Dr. Leyla Acaroglu, explores the intersection of cognitive, social and environmental sciences to build experiences and interventions that help challenge the status quo and shift the trajectory of the future towards sustainability. Her work demystifies the hidden lives of everyday things and unpacks the cognitive experiences of the human and material world. Her work seeks to find new narratives about sustainability and the way design, architecture and technology can help rapidly pave the way towards a circular economy.

      16:00
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how and why our world should become more transparent?

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      16:45
    1. For the last few years, WikiHouse Foundation have been developing open source technologies to digitise and democratise the way we make homes. In this talk, Alastair will share WikiHouse Foundation's vision for a new kind of digital civic infrastructure, one they believe has the potential to transform the way we design, make and learn from the physical world around us.

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      17:00
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore eco-villages and why the future is circular

      17:45
    1. Blockchains have the power to bring about radical change and fundamentally transform how we think about trust. In her talk, Jessi will explore the potential of applied blockchain technology, using different cases and her own user experience.

      18:15
    1. A live conversation set out to unfold and explore how advancements in technology, sociology and biology affect the human in the future both inside and out?

      18:45
    1. In her performance, Klara Utke Acs explores the many different human postures and expressions shaped by the instant dialogue between the body and its surroundings.

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      19:15
    1. The increasing deployment of sensors and hand-held electronics in recent years is allowing a new approach to the study of the built environment. The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed — alongside the tools we use to design them and their impact on their physical structure.

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    2. The daily recap of Saturdays happenings, profound reflections and enlightening learnings with Justin Gignac

      19:45
    1. The Adult Radio group reunites for a revival of their artist-driven exhibition. Esben Weile Kjær curates a radio session with the artists; Goodiepal & pals, Sufie Elmgreen, Mira Winding, who all work within the format of the radio in different ways.

      20:00
    1. Caroline Hobkinson curates a unique dining experience based on the idea of coexistence. Commensality – eating and drinking at the same table – is a fundamental social activity, one that creates and cements relationships. We will eat with long spoons and taste pickled jars of Summer Memories, as we are all interlinked in a site-specific installation.

      20:30
    1. Tackling the world, we need to provoke debate and design for radical change. Bas van de Poel and Jakob Kahlen will explain why the future of radical change might be found at the intersection of art, design and technology.

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      21:00
    1. Poco Apollo is a generative music piece by Icelandic musician/programmer Halldór Eldjárn.

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      22:00
      22:30
    1. Alvarado is a Danish rapper with roots in El Salvador.

      23:45
    Sun18 Jun
      00:45