Kati London

Kati London
Vice President, Area/Code

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Kati London researches, designs, and develops technology for interactive crowdsource and disruptive experiences. Her work includes hardware for networking plants and people (Botanicalls), game structures that connect residents of Gaza City and Tel Aviv or Baghdad and New York (You Are Not Here), and wearable devices that detect personal space (Urban Sonar).

Her collaborative projects have been featured at Where 2.0, Come Out & Play and Conflux, and have appeared on Good Morning America, the BBC, NPR, and in The New York Times. She currently works as a senior producer and game designer for area/code in New York.

Sessions

General
Location: Marina Ballroom F
Kati London (Area/Code), Regine Debatty (We Make Money Not Art), Brooke Singer
Exposing invisible networks and their effects, technologists, artists, social engineers, and scientists are unveiling the systems that surround us. Co-curators of ETech's Emerging Arts Fest will lead a panel discussion situating the work represented at ETech and the context in which that work is being created and experienced. Read more.
Event
Location: Marina Ballroom D
Regine Debatty (We Make Money Not Art), Kati London (Area/Code), Natalie Jeremijenko (NYU), Scott Varland (NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)), Adam Simon (Socialbomb), Michael Dory (Socialbomb), Paul Torrens (Arizona State University), Ryan McManus (Barbarian Group LLC), Andrew Bell (Barbarian Group LLC), Andrea Vaccari (Senseable City Lab, MIT), Tucker Balch (Georgia Tech), Stewart Tansley (Microsoft Research), Eric Kabisch
The first ever Emerging Arts Fest provides a showcase for artists to present their vision of the intersection of art and technology. Read more.
Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor

  • Sun Microsystems

Gold Sponsors

  • Adobe Systems, Inc.
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Disney
  • Google
  • Make magazine
  • Yahoo! Inc.

Silver Sponsors

  • AdaptiveBlue
  • Jaduka

Premier Media Partner

  • ZDNet