[#DAISEE] ValueModels Workshop

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This PAD is the DAISEE’s log book for the ValueModels workshop organised in March in London.

 This work is shared under the following Creative Commons Licence CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int. 

 

1- Overview

2- People

3- Activities

DAISEE

Keynotes

Workshops

Program

Time Who Focus
09.45 - 10.00 Everyone Welcome, introductions and coffee
10.00  - 11.00 Neil Cummings, Alexandre Monnin Introduction to ValueModels
11.00 - 12.00 David Cross, Diego Landivar UAL Divestment, Social Accounting, externalities, finance
12.00 - 13.00 Stephen Scrivener, Alexandra Bidet Dewey - reflective operation, desirable and  undesirable Sociology, practices, valuation, pragmatism
13.00 - 14.00 LUNCH LUNCH
14.00 - 15.00 Athanasios Velios, Amel Nafti Artivity, accounting for creative decisions, ontologies
15.00 - 16.00 Neil Farnan, Manuel Boutet, Alexandre Monnin Transacting / Skill mapping, Community mapping and ValueModels
16.00 - 17.00 Marsha Bradfield, Samira Rabaaoui (Alexandre Monnin) Critical Practice - #TransActing / Daisee
17.00 - 18.00 Everyone Discussion - then pub?

Time Who Focus
10-10.15 Everyone Welcome, introductions and coffee
10.15-10.30 Neil Cummings, Alexandre  Monnin and Ruth Catlow, Furtherfield Introduction to the day, speakers and desired outcomes
10.30-10.45 Neil Cummings Communities of Evaluation - values, markets and currencies
10.45-11.00 Ruth Catlow Potential Impact of the Blockchain and Arts Together
11.00-11.15 Ian Drysdale Co-operation in digital businesses and how technology should work for people and communities, not against them.
11.15-11.30 Everyone Discussion and questions
11.30-11.45 Everyone Coffee break
11.45-12.00 Helen Kaplinsky Collaborative commons, peer2peer distribution as alternatives to historical modes of public and private collecting.
12.15-12.30 Elias Haase Blockchain applications for assessment and review
12.30-12.45 Jaya Klara Brekke On the need for a Hippocratic Oath for Blockchain Developers
12.45-1.00 Everyone Discussion and questions
1.00-2.00 Lunch
2.00-2.15 Martin Zeilinger Digital art and intellectual property on the Blockchain
2.15-2.30 Jacqui Fortnum, Audience Development Agency The  basic principles of evaluation - bringing things back to the audience,  measuring the value audiences put on artistic experience
2.30-4.00 Everyone Everyone  Discussion moderated by Ruth Catlow - themes, connections, potential  hazards and productive pathways. Note-taking and diagramming by Neil  Cummings, Collaborative notetaking on etherpad
4.00-4.15 Neil and Ruth Wrap up & summary

4- Notes & photos

Tuesday

  • Neil Cummings
  • David Cross
  • Diego Landivar
  • Stephen Scrivener
  • (waiting for the PPT, the presentation was dense and very fast!)

  • Alexandra Bidet
  • Athanasios Velios
  • Amel Nafti
  • Neil Farnan
  • Manuel Boutet
  • Marsha Bradfield
  • Samira Rabaâoui
  • Wednesday

  • Neil Cummings
  • Ruth Catlow
  • Ian Drysdale
  • Helen Kaplinsky
  • Elias Haase
  • Martin Zeilinger
  • Jacqui Fortnum
  • Discussions and grouping of the values
  • Thursday

  • Debriefing of the previous two days
  • Utopoly: a game by Neil Farnan
  • 5- Resources

    6- Logistic

  • Workshops
  • Accomodation