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Future Library Unconference 2013 - Lysandros falireas

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  • 1. INTERACTING SPIRITS IN A DIGITAL WORLD Lysandros Falireas Athens, 10.12.13
  • 2. SAMPLING Selecting musical phrases from recorded music, extracting them and embedding them into a new context.
  • 3. Sampling allows human interaction within a digital interface. This can be a guideline for future creative spaces. A symbol of blending old with new.
  • 4. Human interaction Why we need it How to achieve it
  • 5. The importance of Human Interaction for the creative process Correction 2. Admiration 3. Copying 4. Surprise  Randomness & intensity of human interaction occur less during virtual encounters →A future library has to succeed in stimulating human interaction 1.
  • 6. How to create creative spaces within a future library Defining our target group 1. 2. 3. It will not be the person who has decided to specialize in music A library should not be a music school Generic vs Detailed • Generic skills can only be acquired in the internet • Specialized skills are taught in music schools
  • 7. Musical needs a future library may cover 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Looking for music Playing music for an audience: DJing & radio A space for digital skills Spaces for rehearsal/ Jamming/ Practicing an instrument A recording studio
  • 8. How to make the most out of these creative spaces Facilities are not enough Focus on personnel  Give back to the library  Focus on spaces 
  • 9. Conclusion The benefits of random human interaction - Examples Sampling → important means of creativity → interaction with someone you can’t actually meet Libraries have always provided random human interaction.
  • 10. Future decrease in human interaction & a libraries’ potential against that Libraries used to be a place where people went to find data that they couldn’t find elsewhere. They need to become a place where people go to find people they can’t find elsewhere.