Therme Art Program

THERME FORUM: DESIGNING FREE-SPACE AND CURATING FREE TIME FULL VIDEO

Artificial intelligence, medical progress and demographic changes have begun shaping a society no longer based on labor, but on free time. How can art and design help to create new forms of business and city planning and rethink our understanding of work and leisure in a post-industrial era?

On December 6, 2018, Therme Art co-hosted the prestigious Design Miami/ Talks Program, which included a three-part series of Therme Forum conversations on sustainability, body and art in design, architecture and urban planning.

Artificial intelligence, medical progress and demographic changes have begun shaping a society no longer based on labor, but on the availability of free time. The Designing Free-Space and Curating Free Time panel of artists, gallerists and curators discussed how art and design can help to create new forms of business and city planning and rethink our understanding of work and leisure in a postindustrial era.

Panelists:
Michaela de Pury, Co-Founder & Partner of de Pury de Pury and de-Pury.com
Studio Drift, Ralph Nauta & Lonneke Gordijn, Artists
Marc Glimcher, President & CEO, Pace Gallery
Alexander Groves, Studio Swine, Art Collective
Robert C. Hanea, Founder, President, and Chairman of the Board, Therme Group
Roth (Eduardo Neira), CEO & Founder of AZULIK, President of the Foundation Enchanting Transformation

Moderated by:
Mikolaj Sekutowicz, Curator, Therme Art
Sara Faraj, Secretary of the Therme Art Advisory Board

The December 6th Therme Forum was co-curated by Design Miami/ and Therme Art and co-hosted by Mikolaj Sekutowicz and Sara Faraj

View the event on our Instagram