Decode FACT: Where do you go to?
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Liverpool is a city of work built on connections around the world. The traditions of global trade have shifted from docks, to desks, to digital space, and continue to define the city’s outward-looking focus in the digital age.
Decode FACT is a day-long workshop survey of digital working life:
• Where do people go in digital space, while physically located at FACT?
• Where are they thinking about?
• Who are they communicating with?
• How far does the FACT workspace headspace reach?
The event offers the opportunity to contribute to a map of digital connections that stretch from FACT across the globe. Drop in to the temporary Co-Working Space on the 6th February 2014 to talk to the researchers and help decode the FACT gallery and café as a workplace of the future.
Ben Dalton (Royal College of Art), Claire McAndrew (The Bartlett, UCL) and Bridget Hardy (Integrans Consulting) are the researchers behind the installation ‘Where do you go to?’ located in the Co-Working Space. Together they interested in promoting connectedness between people working in digital space.