The conference, initiated by the Scholz & Volkmer agency, will feature interdisciplinary, leading-edge creatives and thinkers from the fields of design, art, architecture, journalism, philosophy, technology and business.
As part of 'Design for Democracy', Christina Varvia will report on Forensic Architecture. Christina Varvia is a trained architect and currently a lecturer at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University in London. As a founding member and former board member of Forensic Architecture - a London-based artist and research collective - she was committed to exposing human rights abuses.
Varvia produced, for example, the video-analytical documentation of the Hamas bombing in the Gaza city of Rafah in 2014. Other projects include the 3D reconstruction of a Syrian prison in collaboration with Amnesty International.