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"Cloud Culture: The future of global cultural relations"

Monday, February 8, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT)

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Counterpoint at the British Council

 is launching Cloud Culture  by Charles Leadbeater 

at the ICA on Monday 8 February from 5:30pm


Join Catherine Fieschi, Director Counterpoint, in a panel debate with  

 author Charles Leadbeater,

Ekow Eshun (Artistic Director of the ICA),

Paul Hilder (Campaign Director of,

and Lloyd Davis (founder of The Tuttle Club)

We’re launching a debate on the future of cultural relations in an interconnected world. The rise and spread of the Internet and the world wide web are first and foremost a cultural phenomenon. In a new Counterpoint publication entitled Cloud Culture, Charles Leadbeater outlines the promises and challenges associated with cloud computing and its impact on social and cultural identities across the world.

Join our campaign and global debate now!

Clouds by Ari Magnusson, All rights reserved

Cloud Culture: The Future of Global Cultural Relations by Charles Leadbeater, published by Counterpoint Monday 8 February 2010 

5:30pm Arrival

6-7pm Launch and Debate in the ICA Theatre

7-8:30pm Reception and conversations in the Nash and Brandon Rooms upstairs at the ICA (lift access is available)


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When & Where

Institute of Contemporary Arts
12 Carlton House Terrace
The Mall
Sw1y 5ah London
United Kingdom

Monday, February 8, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT)

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