Speaking in summer & fall


This summer and fall, I'm speaking at a few things... exciting times! Am I on tour? Perhaps...


May 15

"Digital Materiality Symposium"
at Parsons in New York

"In an increasingly homogenized interaction design landscape, how can we continue to craft unique digital experiences? As designers, how do we retain agency and ownership over a process which has become progressively atomized?"

(Recording to come)
https://parsons.github.io/digital-materiality/


May 26

"p2p New York"
at School for Poetic Computation

I spoke about blogging in motion on the peer to peer web!

(Recording online!)
https://peer-to-peer-web.com/nyc
https://www.are.na/laurel-schwulst/blogging-in-motion


July 7

"Software for Artists Day"
at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn

I spoke about "Flight Simulator," a meditative travel app for iOS I'm making with Dan Brewster of Soft.

https://pioneerworks.org/programs/software-for-artists-day-4/#/home
https://soft.works


July 31–Aug 2

"Decentralized Web Summit"
at the Internet Archive in San Francisco

I gave a workshop with Kyle Mock called "P2P2P2P." I also gave a lightning talk about Beaker Browser (recording below!)

https://decentralizedweb.net
https://decentralizedweb.net/p2p2p2p-workshop/
https://youtu.be/kW6e1GCpqpE?t=5h44m35s


September 7

"Indiecon 5"
in Hamburg, Germany

I'll talk about the distributed web in the context of independent publishing.

http://indiefirst.de


October 19–21

Workshop at Kunsthall Stavanger
in Stavanger, Norway

I'll lead a workshop on digital publishing for teenagers.

https://kunsthallstavanger.no/en/