Theme: Beyond Borders
October 10th, 2012
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The theme may allude to as many different things; physical and mental limits and barriers and national borders in the digital world almost is smudged.
Shai traveled to Israel to take part of a creative collaboration and an art journey.
Pelle Hanæus is a Swedish actor and theatre director who knows how laughter can spur hope.
As a teenager Suchitra decided she wanted to improve life quality for sick people through research.
Swedish musician and electronic producer Håkan Lidbo is always on the lookout for new challenges.
Magnus is a problem solver with no sense of limits, neither mentally nor physically.
Aric sees possibilities importing emotional wisdom to technology around us.
The Edible City is a vision of a future where everyone can eat what grows in the city.
Wouter Vlemmings tries to understand the processes that shape the Universe around us.
Russian-born musician Annushka brings people together by crossing musical borders.
Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof
Susanne is exploring alternatives to the current nation-state system, specifically non-territorial corporate states.
How can herring farts in the Stockholm archipelago almost lead to a diplomatic crisis?
By giving every radioactive isotop its own sound based on scientific algorithms Radioactive Orchestra turns nuclear science into music.
Would you accept an organ if you needed it? And if so, shouldn’t you also be willing to give?
Idriz is passionate about teaching others how to improve their memories and believes that with the right practice, anyone can get a super-memory.
Why do some ideas seem to take off like a rocket all by themselves and others gather dust on the launch pad?
Emil Johansson is labeled a big J.R.R. Tolkien geek. He shares his passion in this talk.
Torsten Ottesjö is a 30 year old architect and lumberjack who has tried to create environments where we can live.
To Sandra Petojevic the world appears differently than it does to most people.
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- Axel Lindqvist