Category Archive Berlin

Summarizing the Open Knowledge Festival 2014 in Berlin

. . In the past weeks and months we were hard at work in Open Knowledge to prepare the biggest open data and open knowledge festival and community gathering of the year: Open Knowledge Festival 2014. Last week this went down in Berlin's Kulturbrauerei where over 1,000 people from over 50 countries converged to discuss […] Read More…

Has-Been Trash Bin; building art installations at Transmediale’s Art Hack Day

. In late January the Science Friction crew descended on Berlin to take part in the Transmediale Festival in Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt in a series of ways: One of these were taking part in the 48-hour Art Hack Day where 100 artists and hackers came together in a sprint to produce art & technology installations to be exhibited at the official Transmediale festival […] Read More…

Speaking at OuiShare in Paris + heading to Republica, Berlin // #OuiShareFest #rp13 #OSFopen

. . These next 9 days I'll be in Paris and Berlin to participate in two conferences: OuiShare (Paris) and Re:publica (Berlin) - as part of my community manager work with Open Knowledge Foundation. At OuiShare I'll do two panels: The first titled "Open Government Data: What, how, why?", that - as the name states […] Read More…

Nice feedback from #CPeurope talk/panels in Berlin this week (links, video and photos)

. It's been a great few days in Berlin this week, where I've been attending the gigantic Campus Party conference in the former airport Tempelhof. The venue in itself was impressive - by far the biggest and most authentic set for a conference that I've ever attended - but also unconventional in the sense that […] Read More…

Talks and panel discussions in Berlin next week @ CPcon // #CPeurope

Next week I'll be heading to Berlin for a few days to attend the enormous Campus Party Europe Conference, the world's largest technology fest with over 600 speakers - that takes place in the former city airport Tempelhof. I'll be giving a talk about my record label Uhrlaut as well as participating in two discussions […] Read More…

Monolog ‘Aerodymanic’ lp-release tour hits Aalborg, Copenhagen and Berlin this week // #uhrlaut #breakcore

Marking the release of the 'Aerodymanic' LP (+ free download under Creative Commons license) on February 18, the official release event mini-tour starts today at 1000fryd in Aalborg and head on to Copenhagen tomorrow and Berlin on Saturday. Hope to see you there! Listen to the album here (free download available from Saturday + lp […] Read More…

Attending Transmediale in Berlin this week // #tm2k12

This weekend I'll be lurking around at Transmediale in Berlin. The theme this year is "in/compatible", which should be quite interesting (some nice connotations there).  I'll be here all weekend to meetup with both friends and meet a bunch of new people - and you! - ping me on @villum to meet up.This weekend I'll be lurking […] Read More…

Interviewed for German national radio // #urlyd #cc

A couple of weeks back (I just haven't had the time to blog about it before now) I was once again interviewed for the show 'Breitband' on German national radio Deutschlandradio. Continuing on the theme of Creative Commons, the popular and highly esteemed radio show keeps adressing the need for German artists and songwriters to […] Read More…

Heading for #Berlin

I am heading for Berlin to spend a few days meeting friends to discuss new and ongoing projects - and to attend the Study World conference to represent Aalborg University. Let me know if you're around!I am heading for Berlin to spend a few days meeting friends to discuss new and ongoing projects - and […] Read More…

Finished the 7-minute quick-and-dirty video blog from Transmediale11 // #tm11 #berlin

A couple of weeks ago I attended the Transmediale11 conference in Berlin and during that I shot a lot of video of many of the things that went on. This has now been edited into a 7 minute quick-and-dirty video collage of select footage, interviews, workshop bits and other stuff from the nice week in […] Read More…