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We Live in Public - Live at ArtFutura 2010

This year’s edition features as principal documentary “We Live in Public”. An extraordinary film about social networks and privacy on Internet, which won the last edition of Sundance and which forms part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art of New York (MOMA).

Directed by Ondi Timoner, the documentary explores Josh Harris’ and his company Pseudo’s experiences in the New York of the end of the Millennium and the dot.com companies. Before the existence of broadband and many of the services we consider to be indispensable today, Harris sensed - with great clear-sightedness - the consequences of our new life on Internet and the arrival of the social networks.

ArtFutura 2010 presents the documentary, along with other exclusive material facilitated by Josh Harris himself who will participate personally in the conferences in Buenos Aires, together with Jeff Gompertz, Vicente Matallana and Ignacio Platas.

+ info: Steven Johnson “Web Privacy: In Praise of Oversharing”

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La edición de éste año tiene como protagonista principal el documental “We Live in Public”. Un extraordinario film sobre las redes sociales y la privacidad en Internet, que fue ganador de la pasada edición de Sundance y que forma parte de la colección permanente del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York  (MOMA).

Dirigido por Ondi Timoner, el documental explora la experiencia de Josh Harris y su compañía Pseudo en el Nueva York de final del milenio y de las compañías punto-com.

Antes de que existiera la banda ancha y muchos de los servicios que hoy consideramos indispensables, Harris intuyó - con gran clarividencia - las consecuencias de nuestra nueva vida en Internet y la llegada de las redes sociales.

ArtFutura 2010 presentará en primicia el documental, subtitulado al español, y contará también con material exclusivo facilitado por el propio Josh Harris, que participará personalmente en las conferencias de Buenos Aires, junto con sus colaboradores Jeff Gompertz, Vicente Matallana and Ignacio Platas.

+ info: Steven Johnson “Web Privacy: In Praise of Oversharing”