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Our digital lives. Participation. Friends. NOW!

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Presentation was part of Nordic Performing Arts Days 2014 (CPH STAGE) at a session named "The performing arts facing globalization, digitalization and co-creation".

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Our digital lives. Participation. Friends. NOW!

  1. 1. Our digital lives Participation. Friends. NOW! THE PERFORMING ARTS FACING GLOBALIZATION, DIGITALIZATION AND CO-CREATION CPH STAGE 2014 Peter Vittrup, Seismonaut
  2. 2. This is my life…
  3. 3. My family
  4. 4. My friends
  5. 5. My network
  6. 6. Relations are what matter to me The networks I engage in
  7. 7. Relations are what matter to me The networks I engage in
  8. 8. Digital technologies are changing our lives, but not what are important
  9. 9. Commercial Danish telco “3” (2013)
  10. 10. “It’s the contact”
  11. 11. “My grandchildren”
  12. 12. “And the only thing I will go back and get, if I forget it on my way out”
  13. 13. What happened?
  14. 14. Before, our lives used to be defined by…
  15. 15. Family
  16. 16. School
  17. 17. Job
  18. 18. Religion
  19. 19. Today, institutions are no longer as important. But social relations still are.
  20. 20. Digital technologies help us build relationships
  21. 21. This is the Pope
  22. 22. This is the Pope on Twitter
  23. 23. This is Benjamin (14) from Vejle, Denmark
  24. 24. Benjamin looks (a little) like Justin Bieber and has gained more than 1 million followers on Instagram. http://instagram.com/benjaminlasnier
  25. 25. News story Tv-Avisen (2013) DR - Danish Broadcasting Corporation
  26. 26. We are focused on the present moment Leisure Work School
  27. 27. We are focused on the present moment Now Twitter Facebook Instagram Snapchat SMS Email iPad YouTube ...
  28. 28. ”Our society has reoriented itself to the present moment. Everything is live, real time, and always-on. It’s not a mere speeding up, however much our lifestyles and technologies have accelerated the rate at which we attempt to do things. It’s more of a diminishment of anything that isn’t happening right now — and the onslaught of everything that supposedly is.” ! Douglas Rushkoff Present shock (2014)
  29. 29. Following life on Facebook
  30. 30. Liking pictures on Instagram
  31. 31. Calling mom on Skype
  32. 32. Searching for love on Tinder
  33. 33. Sending smileys in text messages
  34. 34. Uploading Sharing Chatting Commenting
  35. 35. Now
  36. 36. 80% of Danish teens answer a a text message within 5 min. Questionary among 600 high school students aged 16-19 Søren Schultz Hansen: “Årgang 2012”
  37. 37. “I always answer if someone sends me a message on Facebook. It’s exactly the same as when people tap my shoulder.” Sally Søren Schultz Hansen: “Årgang 2012”
  38. 38. “Teens aren’t addicted to social media. They’re addicted to each other.” ! dana boyd It’s Complicated (2014)
  39. 39. Insights • We expect participation. What is completed is not interesting. We want to create, participate, comment and take part. • Friends mean everything. We have lost trust in authorities. • This moment is what’s important. The story of our lives are made of moments with the people around us. What’s happening NOW.
  40. 40. We want to be involved Participation Friends And do things together In this moment Now!
  41. 41. Thank you Peter Vittrup pv@seismonaut.com @petervittrup

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