This interdisciplinary workshop critically considers how the technological and digital integration has transformed the way we now live, work, interact and think. Featuring scholars and practicioners from within Singapore and internationally, the workshop specifies a human-centred approach towards understanding the impact of this merging of technologies on our online and offline everyday practices.

The event is free and open to the public. Prior registration is required at

Simone Shu-Yeng Chung | National University of Singapore
Song DongHyun | National Council on Climate and Air Quality of the Republic of Korea

Ho Puay-Peng | National University of Singapore
Hans Brouwer| HB Design, National University of Singapore

Antonia Scholz | Nomad Think Tank
Avishek Ray | National Institute of Technology Silchar
Jenna Altomonte | Mississippi State University
Jooeun Sung | Yonsei University, OPEN+ Lab
Klaus Rilke | Independent Scholar, Salusse Marangoni Parent Jabur Lawyers
Linda Lai Chiu-Han | City University of Hong Kong
Mary Ann Ng | National University of Singapore
Richard Koeck | University of Liverpool, Centre for Architecture and Visual Arts
Simone Shu-Yeng Chung | National University of Singapore
Yao-Tai Li | Hong Kong Baptist University
Yoshitaka Mōri | Tokyo University of the Arts
Zac Chiliswa | Leeds Trinity University, University of Leeds