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The [**re:publica**](https://re-publica.de/) is one of the largest and most exciting conferences about digital culture in the world. Since its foundation in 2007, it has grown from a cozy blogger meeting with 700 participants into a wide-ranging “society conference”, with more than 6000 visitors annually. Representatives of digital culture share their knowledge and decision-making tools, and discuss the future of the information society. Here they can mingle with activists, scientists, hackers, entrepreneurs, NGOs, journalists, social media and marketing experts, and many others. This fosters innovation and creates synergies between net politics, online marketing, network technology, digital society, and (pop) culture. What is more, around 40 percent of re:publicaparticipants are female – far more than at many other similar events.

So this year’s edition is going to be exciting again: We are expecting some 450 speakers from more than 45 countries for re:publica 2015 – three days of celebration and debate with some of the most important trailblazers and forward thinkers of the Internet, packed with 300 hours ofprogramme from a wide range of topics from politics, economy, science, society and culture.

Of course, our broad focus on issues related to the digital society – from net politics and technological innovations, music, culture and media, to health and education – has convinced sponsors and partners alike. Again, we’ve formed a close partnership with the [MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin](http://mediaconventionberlin.com/), the defining congress for the international media industry, which started with the same event space last year. For this year, the collaboration is intensified with one ticket for both events.

**re:publica** hosts various sub-conferences: In 2015 there is a renewed collaboration with the German Science Year 2015 with "City of the Future". The Global Innovation Gathering (GIG) sub-conference is already in its third year, this time supported by the German Agency for Technical Cooperation, GIZ, and the Vodafone Institute. And there is even more to be explored in new sub- conferences, e.g. the one-day Wearables sub-conference #FASHIONTECH BERLIN in collaboration with [PREMIUM International Fashion Trade Show](https://www2.premiumexhibitions.com/).
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The [**re:publica**](https://re-publica.de/) is one of the largest and most exciting conferences about digital culture in the world. Since its foundation in 2007, it has grown from a cozy blogger meeting with 700 participants into a wide-ranging “society conference”, with more than 6000 visitors annually. Representatives of digital culture share their knowledge and decision-making tools, and discuss the future of the information society. Here they can mingle with activists, scientists, hackers, entrepreneurs, NGOs, journalists, social media and marketing experts, and many others. This fosters innovation and creates synergies between net politics, online marketing, network technology, digital society, and (pop) culture. What is more, around 40 percent of re:publicaparticipants are female – far more than at many other similar events.

So this year’s edition is going to be exciting again: We are expecting some 450 speakers from more than 45 countries for re:publica 2015 – three days of celebration and debate with some of the most important trailblazers and forward thinkers of the Internet, packed with 300 hours ofprogramme from a wide range of topics from politics, economy, science, society and culture.

Of course, our broad focus on issues related to the digital society – from net politics and technological innovations, music, culture and media, to health and education – has convinced sponsors and partners alike. Again, we’ve formed a close partnership with the [MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin](http://mediaconventionberlin.com/), the defining congress for the international media industry, which started with the same event space last year. For this year, the collaboration is intensified with one ticket for both events.

**re:publica** hosts various sub-conferences: In 2015 there is a renewed collaboration with the German Science Year 2015 with "City of the Future". The Global Innovation Gathering (GIG) sub-conference is already in its third year, this time supported by the German Agency for Technical Cooperation, GIZ, and the Vodafone Institute. And there is even more to be explored in new sub- conferences, e.g. the one-day Wearables sub-conference #FASHIONTECH BERLIN in collaboration with [PREMIUM International Fashion Trade Show](https://www2.premiumexhibitions.com/).
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    Seven on Seven

    Seven on Seven

    Room: STG-2

    Jacob Appelbaum, Ai Weiwei

    Currently Jacob Appelbaum and Ai Wei Wei are working on the art project they will present at re:publica.


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    • 29 Min.
    The Not Average Wrist Band

    The Not Average Wrist Band

    Room: MIZ

    Fruzsina Szép, Sandra Passaro, David De Wever, padeluun -

    The use of RFID chips in wristbands at festivals is already a regular pratice at most music festivals in the world. In Germany though the technology has so far not been introduced on a wide level at festivals.

    The panel will talk about the convencience and safety aspects of cashless payment and crowd management and why festivalgoers still might want to opt out of using it. Fruzsina Szep (Director of Festival Coordination and Public Affairs, Hörstmann Gruppe / Melt! Booking) will talk about her experiences with RFID at Hungary's Sziget festival and the plans for this year's German Lollopalooza and Berlin Festival. David de Wever (CEO, Playpass) will illustrate the technology aspects and we will look into the reservations against it.   

    Host: Sandra Passaro (Founder & MD, Stars & Heroes int.; Curator & Consultant, Hyper Culture; Projectmanager, Norient; Advisory Board Member, IASPM D-A-CH (International Association for the Studies of Popular Music))


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    • 59 Min.
    Sofar Sounds – World’s Largest Live Music Discovery Community

    Sofar Sounds – World’s Largest Live Music Discovery Community

    In about 150 cities around the globe volunteers are curating secret, intimate gigs in unique spaces all around the world (usually living rooms). There are at least two shows every day somewhere in somebodies flat. In Germany you’ll find [**Sofar Sounds**](https://www.sofarsounds.com/) shows in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Essen. Guests don’t have to pay for entrance. And they don’t know which artists will perform until the show starts. So they have the chance to discover new music and to interact with the artists. Sofar Sounds has been growing very fast and is still growing. 

    **Björn Köcher**, Leader Sofar Sounds Hamburg, will tell you more about Sofar and the idea behind it. After that you'll have the opportunity to discuss, what were and are the difficulties and which role does social media play.


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    • 30 Min.
    Arbeiten, wo andere feiern – Berliner Clubkulturen als Motor kreativwirtschaftlicher Arbeitsformen

    Arbeiten, wo andere feiern – Berliner Clubkulturen als Motor kreativwirtschaftlicher Arbeitsformen

    Room: MIZ

    Sylvia Lundschien

    Anhand von fünf empirischen Interviews wurde das Thema Erwerbsarbeit in den Berliner Clubkulturen erörtert. Es entstand eine Skizze differenzierter Vorstellungen von Arbeit, Strukturen und Verbindlichkeiten für jene, die in Clubs ihren Lebensunterhalt verdienen. Das Konzept der Kreativwirtschaft wird zudem als Schablone eines neuen, neoliberal geprägten Verständnisses der Subjektivierung von Erwerbstätigkeit durch das Raster der Clubkulturen der jüngeren Gegenwart analysiert.

    Das vorläufige Ergebnis dieser Forschung sind vier Dimensionen des Arbeitens, die die Bereiche Geschlechter(un)verhältnisse, Emotionalisierung von Arbeit, Risiko und den Ethos des Do-it-Yourself berühren. Mit diesem Portfolio sollen Fragen an die Umgestaltung des Konzeptes „Arbeit“ aufgegriffen werden. Die sukzessive Auflösung des scheinbaren Gegensatzes von Arbeits- und Freizeitorten führt auch zum Ende distinguierter Räume des zivilen Rückzugs vor der Allmacht der Arbeitswelt, die wie kein anderes Konzept Herkunft, Kultur, Geschlechter, Habitus und Religionen gegenwärtig transzendiert. Nischen werden kleiner und zu mehr oder minder lukrativen Themenparks von sich als kreativ-urban verstehenden gesellschaftlichen Gruppen. Die dabei entstehenden Verschiebungen spiegeln sich auch in der räumlichen Neustrukturierung Berlins nach 1990 wieder, wobei auch zunehmend Migrant\_innen aus der ganzen Welt Berlin als post-touristischen Standort definieren.

    Eine Analyse der Arbeit innerhalb von Clubkulturen verrät dabei viel über die sich wandelnde Konzipierung und den Umfang von Arbeits- und Vergnügungsbezirken sowie über Urbanität generierende und simulierende Stadtsegmente.


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    • 28 Min.
    Fingerprint Files

    Fingerprint Files

    Room: MIZ

    Marc Grittke, Sandra Passaro, Gavin Burke, Anna Ufer

    With Big Data comes the possibilty to identify copyrighted content in contexts such as rights collecting for music played in clubs or automated content identification when music is for example used in visual media on tv or on social media plattforms.The panel will talk about the state of the technological and administrative aspects of this.

    Host: Sandra Passaro (Founder & MD, Stars & Heroes int.; Curator & Consultant, Hyper Culture; Projectmanager, Norient; Advisory Board Member, IASPM D-A-CH (International Association for the Studies of Popular Music))  


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    • 52 Min.
    Recht: Musik und Film in Social Media-Kampagnen – Eine Case Study

    Recht: Musik und Film in Social Media-Kampagnen – Eine Case Study

    Room: MIZ

    Marco Erler

    Ob Unternehmen, Werbeagenturen oder Provider – alle setzen bei Social Media-Kampagnen auch auf Musik und Filme. Welche Rechte brauche ich hierfür, wer gibt mir diese und worauf muss ich bei der Lizenzierung achten?

    Anhand einer Case Study werden die rechtlichen Notwendigkeiten beim Einsatz von Musik, Filmen und User Generated Content in einer tatsächlich veröffentlichten Kampagne erläutert. Im Zuge der Erläuterung der Rechtslage werden Haftungs- und Lizenzfragen, die Einbindung von User Genrated Content-Inhalten sowie die Mitwirkung einer bekannten Musikband in der Kampagne erörtert.


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    • 35 Min.

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