“Art, Design, Science, Future – Unbore”s Pecha Kucha”
Art and design that harnesses science to envision the future
About this Event
Dive into the creative projects of artists, designers and thinkers in Unbore’s first-ever Pecha Kucha event. Are you ready?
Unbore Collective is setting the stage for five creatives to present their projects in the fields of art, design, science and future thinking.
The international line-up features Koen Vanmechelen, Mary Maggic, Kuang-Yi Ku, Lyndsey Walsh and Natascha Nanji.
While this is a free event, Unbore is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers. Donations, big or small, would truly help to support us to continue our work illuminating the works of artists and designers working with science.
– Guide donation of €5 per ticket. –
What’s Pecha Kucha?
A Pecha Kucha is a presentation format founded in Japan where each speaker presents with 20 slides which last for exactly 20 seconds = a 20×20 format. Usually featuring speakers from the creative industries, this visual format is an engaging way to discover fascinating projects and spark our imaginations, in under seven minutes.
Unbore is a non-profit organisation founded in 2018 and based in the Netherlands that fosters and advocates arts, life sciences and technology intersections. Unbore has hosted a variety of exhibitions to create an international platform that celebrates and facilitates divergent thinking, endless experimentation and creative reflection. It seeks to establish itself as a mediator between like-minded professionals, institutions and the public in order to build a curious ecosystem of thinkers and doers in bioart and biodesign. Fundamentally, Unbore strives to encourage social commitment to crucial issues of today through advocating interdisciplinary collaboration and creating an engaging bioart cultural programme.