- Areti Markopoulu, Alysia Garmulewicz, Harmen van Sprang, Pieter van de Glind, Salvador Rueda
Like this session?
- Details About the session
- Speakers Info about who's talking
Imagine if we built an economic system built on abundance rather than scarcity. Taking advantage of the latest digital tools, computational power, material science, biomimicry and a somewhat older idea - the commons - this new system could have the power to transform how we live and work. System Reset is a feature-length documentary which explores this story of change in our economy.
Shot in London, Amsterdam and Barcelona, this film is a DIF 2018 exclusive. It features some of the leading thinkers in materials, economics, the commons movement, FabLabs, digital citizenship, urban planning and architecture. Don't miss your opportunity to see them collectively weave a picture of how our economy could operate.
This documentary features (in order of appearance) Tomas Diez, Areti Markpoulou, Alysia Garmulewicz, Nanette Schippers, Marleen Stikker, Pieter van de Glind, Harmen van Sprang, Salvador Rueda, Kate Raworth.
Architect, Researcher & Educator
Areti Markopoulou is a Greek architect, researcher, and educator working at the intersection between architecture and digital technologies. She is the Academic Director at IAAC in Barcelona, where she also leads the Advanced Architecture Group, a multidisciplinary research group exploring how design and science can positively impact and transform the present and future of our built spaces, and the way we live and interact.
Founder of Materiom & Associate Professor of the Circular Economy
Alysia is a founder and director of Materiom, an open platform for biomaterial recipes made from locally abundant ingredients and an Associate Professor of the Circular Economy at the Facultad de Administración y Economía, Universidad de Santiago de Chile. She is also an Associate Fellow at the CABDyN Complexity Centre, Saïd Business School, at the University of Oxford. Alysia researches digital fabrication and the circular economy, with a particular focus on open data and biomaterials for local production.
Harmen van Sprang
Harmen van Sprang is a an independent global expert in the field of sharing and platform economy. He advises governments, businesses and platforms worldwide through his agency ‘shareNL’ and his foundation called ‘Sharing Cities Alliance’. With new technologies emerging, Harmen and his team guide their ecosystem of businesses and governments to continuously balance between 'human and machine.' Their purpose: ‘reshaping the way we live, work and play.
Pieter van de Glind
Co-founder of shareNL
In 2013 Pieter co-founded shareNL, a boutique agency, which has become a global reference point for the sharing and platform economy. He has developed a deep understanding of how online platforms are reshaping the way people and organisations connect and how this affects industries and societies. He now connects and consults an ecosystem consisting of the world’s largest online platforms, the world leading companies, and some of the most advanced city-, state- and intergovernmental organisations
Director of the Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona
Salvador Rueda obtained a degree in Biological Science from the University of Barcelona. He also has a degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona, as well as a diploma in Environmental Engineering from the Spain’s Ministry of Industry and Energy and Spanish Research Universities. In addition, he has a diploma in Energy Management from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya. He is currently the Director of the Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona since its creation in 2000.
Have your say by commenting below.
Don’t want to register/login? Click in the name box and select 'I’d rather post as a guest'.