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Talking about life in the digital age, 2012

Ryerson University
Ramona Pringle - Toronto, Canada

Interactive Installation

35 - 302 Church Street

RDIGITALIVE is an immersive live conversation with participants on life in the digital age. Selected participants will share their stories with a live VJ at a digital video 'confessional'.

Segments of these interviews will then be mixed with comments from some of the top experts on technological issues - the latter compiled as part of a larger web-series RDIGITILIFE launched at Ryerson in early 2012.

The real-time compilation videos combining participants with expert views will be screened outdoors for public viewing throughout the evening.

RDIGITALIVE invites the Toronto audience to watch thoughts collide in profound and surprising ways. It becomes a night-long collaborative conversation, a grand dialogue, that encompasses the words and ideas of Toronto's citizens with some of the world's leading technology experts.

An artist, producer & professor, Ramona Pringle specializes in multiplatform productions & teaches new media in the Faculty of Communication & Design.

Toronto Culture / Soctiabank