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Introducing our Transmediale Interviewees

Reynold Reynolds Influenced by philosophy and science, American-born artist and filmmaker Reynold Reynolds works primarily with 16mm and Super 8mm film as an art medium. He has developed a common film grammar based on transformation, consumption and decay. Reynolds’ depictions frequent disturbed psychological and physical themes, increasingly provoking the viewer’s participation and dismay. He was […]
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Future of Art Videoblog: Episode 2

Reflections on the interview process. Intentions for this year’s festival. Meeting the other Open Zone participants. Tweet Reflections on the interview process. Intentions for this year’s festival. Meeting the other Open Zone participants. Tweet
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Confirmed Interviewee: Vincent Moon

Vincent Moon (real name Mathieu Saura) was born in Paris in 1979. At the age of 18, he decided he wanted to see it all, to learn things on his own, out of curiosity, even if that could have led to overfeedin. It took him almost ten years. From that experience, images came out, through […]
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Meet Executive Producer Sean Park

Sean Park is a founding partner of Anthemis Group and a participant in SIBOS Innotribe. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. Tweet
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Influences and Gratitude

As we approach the final days leading up to SIBOS and the presentation of The Future of Money Project, I am struck by the innovations in our videomaking process. I thought I would acknowledge several people who have been a major inspiration to this process. I see the public acknowledgement of influences in a creative […]
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Meet Executive Producer Bernd Nürnberger

Bernd Nürnberger from Yokohama, Japan tells us a bit about his background and why he supports the Future of Money project. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. […]
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Meet Executive Producer Peter Vander Auwera

Peter Vander Auwera is innovation leader at SWIFT and organizer of the Innotribe sessions at SIBOS. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. Tweet
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Meet Executive Producer Chris Skinner

Chris Skinner of London, England is chairman of the Financial Services Club. He tells us about his interest in futurism and financial trends. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing […]
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Second Round of Interviewees

Thanks to your support we reached over $3800 in contributions yesterday! We’re very excited about the possibility of reaching our first fundraising goal of $5000. In the meantime we’ve been too busy conducting video interviews to videoblog ourselves. Rest assured more videoblog updates will be on their way in the coming days. Here’s the list […]
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First Round of Interviewees Confirmed!

Since our announcement of the Future of Money project, we’ve gotten a lot of great suggestions and enthusiasm from the community, and have already raised over $1,500 in donations! Thank you for your support! Though we’re still in the process of scheduling interviews for the video, we wanted to share the list of who we’ve […]
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