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 panels regarding digital art reproduction and digital intellectual property. The last one is actually even on the main stage, which is both flattering and sligthly intimidating at the same time. I look much forward to that.
Additionally, it'll be a good opportunity to meet friends and spend time in one of favorite cities in the world - and the best time of year. It's perfect.
More details about the talk and panels:
"Digital Intellectual Property. Dialogues to build Understanding" (panel, main stage)
For the panels I will be joining some highly competent fellow participants, so it'll surely be a rewarding and inspiring experience.
Right after Berlin, by the way, I'll be heading directly to New York, enroute to the Burning Man festival in the deserts of Nevada to make a project with a Aalborg University delegation. More on that next week.