Modern life is rubbish. Or is it? Being modern seems to have gone out of fashion and a notion emptied of all significance, merely a shallow reference to worn-out avantgarde attitudes or to design objects from the past which nowadays have become stale classics.
What could it mean today to be modern, after the concept of modernism and its dark dialectic of enlightenment have been thoroughly discredited and its successors of postmodernism and post-postmodernism as well as various retro movements have also run its course? Or have we never been modern – yet?
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Application

Participation in Digital Bauhaus 2017 is free of charge, but limited to 150 people. If you would like to join us in Weimar, we kindly ask you to submit your application no later than April 30.
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This Year’s Speakers

Jörg-Uwe Albig

Philipp Blom

Melanie Bühler

Timo Daum

Jutta Ditfurth

Rafael Horzon

Katja Kullmann

Eckhart Nickel

Maik Novotny

Stephan Porombka

Eva Rapp-Frick

Benedikt Sarreiter

Geza Schön

Emily Segal

Timotheus Vermeulen

Barbara Vinken

Raul Zelik

 

Flashback – Digital Bauhaus Summit 2016

It's wrap – now let's head straight on towards 2017!

Under the patronage of

Deutsche UNESCO Kommission

Supported by

Thüringen

Organized by

Media and event partners

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