An interdisciplinary workshop on Information: Space, Time, and Identity

The Open University and the MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK

8-10 April 2013

The Difference That Makes a Difference series of workshops is a forum for interdisciplinary sharing of insights on the nature of information. 

The first workshop (DTMD 2011) took place in Milton Keynes 7th-9th September 2011 with delegates from across the world and representing a wide range of disciplines.  

This second workshop follows the pattern of the first, with a specific focus on Space, Time and Identity, as well as as special session asking What is information? A special highlight of this workshop will be the production of artwork responding to these themes.

The final plenary will be held in Milton Keynes Gallery and begin with a talk by Luciano Floridi followed by a panel of the session keynote speakers.

The whole event was recorded and is freely available to view.

Update, 11 April: DTMD 2013 has now ended. Thanks very much to all who participated and helped it happen. We had 21 speakers from 8 different countries, plus artwork and guest appearances from robots and SecondLife avatars. Recordings will be available soon at the above links. Dave Philips has made available a collection of photos of the workshop.