The Medea Talks series is a popular venue for meeting with highly skilled thinkers and practitioners from the media and design fields. You can revisit most of the talks below!

Recent Medea Talks

Harry Giles
Is There Any Point To Political Art in the 21st Century?

Kirsten Ostherr
Where is “the Human” in Digital Health Technology? Experiments at the Medical Futures Lab.

Marju Lauristin
EU Data Protection Policy in the Digital Environment

Femke Snelting & Susan Schuppli
On Apolitical Technology, and if Computers can make Ethical Decisions

Zachary Thomas Dodson:
Bats of the Republic—The Making of an Illuminated Novel

Peter Gall Krogh:
Drifting by Intention—Design Research from the Inside

World Brain:
A discussion with the artists Stéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon

“Du sköna nya arbetsplats”

Mary Brydon-Miller:
Then Let Us All Be Monsters—Tackling Tough Issues Through Action Research

Ezio Manzini:
Design, When Everybody Designs

Medea Talks and Other Video Lectures

There are almost fifty Medea Talks and other lectures in Medea’s video archive. Most of them are included in the playlist below (view playlist on Youtube).

All Medea Talks (2008–)

Here’s a list of all Medea Talks. Most of them with video.

Talks from 2008 to February 2015 (automated list, in reverse chronological order)