September 24th, 2011
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Philosopher and mathematician explains why creativity needs logic and vice versa
Under-sea photographer is a protector of our endangered oceans
Civilization needs a new operating system, and fast! Bernard proposes new and alternative ways of thinking about money and economy.
Lara Alegria Mira
Engineer on scissor structures
Musician Stijn takes us on a synthetic dreamscape.
Skydiver Dan tells his moving personal story as a professional and award-winning skydiver before, during, and mainly after a plane crash.
Spiral Consort is an Antwerp based ensemble playing an unusual instrument, the conch shell.
Olivia U. Rutazibwa
Journalist. She has an astonishing insight into Flanders, diversity, diasporas, multiple identities, Europe and North-South relations. She’ll discuss how to ‘decolonize the Western minds’.
MyMachine is a unique project that offers students from primary, secondary and higher eduction the opportunity to collaborate to build their own dream machine.
Inspired and contemporary handling of Tsjaikovski with a strong sense of dramaturgy What is opera in the 21st century?
John puts all the problems of the world on a 4′x5′ plywood board and lets his 4th-graders solve them. He explaines how his World Peace Game engages schoolkids, and why the complex lessons it teaches (spontaneous, and always surprising) go further than classroom lectures can.
Engineers kites for energy production
An open rehearsal
Peter Woit & Tommaso Dorigo
What is CERN doing? Can we laymen understand something about elementary particles? Did we find the Higgs boson?
Can pills change our morals? How stable is our sense of right and wrong? Neuroscientist Molly explains how imperceptible shifts in brain chemistry can change our moral judgment and behavior.
Dez Mona Saga
Together with BOX, Gregory Frateur plays us into our finale.
Jamie introduces us to some unorthodox management Ideas…Mahatma Gaga or the Art of Followership
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
His company Eastman shows us all about his non-hierarchical thinking on movement, body language and culture. (From their program "Babel")
Catherine Van Holder & Ine Dehandschutter
They explored the boundaries of digital nomadism. They’ll talk about the possibilities the internet is giving us to design alternative lives, about how to be a modern nomad in work, friendship & citizenship.
Surprise speaker: a slam poet!
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