Thursday 14 and Friday 15, April – 2 p.m to 9 p.m. / Free admission
As part of the 2016 Prix Cube exhibition, audiences are invited to join in the first edition of the Festival des Rendez-vous du Futur ! Over two days, from 2 to 9 p.m., the Festival des Rendez-vous du Futur is featuring 14 hours of participatory broadcasting, which can be followed on-site at the Prix Cube, or live on the Internet.
With artists, architects, philosophers, scientists, sociologists, economists, entrepreneurs and change-makers, over 40 guests from a range of backgrounds will be coming to share and discuss their views of the changing world, in order to think up desirable futures and build them together.
This first edition of the Festival des Rendez-vous du Futur has several highlights: “Le First” turns the spotlight on creative and positive initiatives led by change-makers; “Les Rendez-vous du Futur” feature conversations with key figures, who provide singular and sometimes personal points of view, and “L’After” will end each day with a broadcast of a thematic debate focused on new forms of community involvement and art in the digital age. Since 2010, the Rendez-vous du Futur have been exploring “the coming world”.
Production : Le Cube, Triple C, JD²
In partnership with: We Demain, Socialter
Conceived , prepared and presented by : Nils Aziosmanoff, Charles-Antoine Berthonneau, Eloi Choplin, Rémy Hoche, Marie-Anne Mariot
Prepared and directed : Jonathan et Jéremy Durand
Thursday 14 April – 2 p.m to 9 p.m.
Inaugurated by Joël de Rosnay, festival sponsor
Joël de Rosnay (scientist; adviser to the President of Universcience), Serge Tisseron (psychiatrist; psychoanalyst; author),
Armelle Pasco (Director of the cultural partnerships Orange) Michel Authier (mathematician, philosopher, sociologist; inventor of “the knowledge tree”),
Célya Gruson-Daniel (researcher; founder of HackYourPhd) Guillaume Capelle ( co-founder of Singa)
François Taddei (biologist; founder of the Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires) Bénédicte Manier (journalist; author of “Un million de révolutions tranquilles” and « Made in India »)
Véronique Fayet (President of Secours Catholique-Caritas) Ismaël Le Mouël (co-founder of the Social Good Week and Hello Asso)
Léonore de Roquefeuil (co-founder of Voxe.org)
At 7.30 p.m. : discussion “La démocratie en changement”
Chantal Jouanno ( Former minister, Senator, regional Councillor, author of “2037, la société des possibles”) Armel Le Coz (co-founder of Démocratie Ouverte and Parlement & Citoyen) Mathieu Baudin (forecaster; founder of the Institut des Futurs Souhaitables)
Friday 15, April – 2 p.m to 9 p.m.
Natacha Quester-Séméon (entrepreneur; founder of the “Girls in web” movement) Muriel de Saint-Sauveur (author of “Un monde au féminin serait-il meilleur?”)
Thibaut Sève (documentary maker, director of « Ma vie avec un robot ») Matthias Schmitt (creator of « Ga.ia le cyborg végétal »)
Gilles Babinet (entrepreneur, in charge of the digital economy for France with the European Union) Thierry Taboy (director of societal issues with the Orange group)
Carine Dartiguepeyrou (forecaster) Laure Belot (journalist, autthor of La déconnexion des élites) Benjamin des Gachons (director France of Change.org)
Guillaume Villemot (President of Bleu, Blanc, Zèbre) Véronique Anger-de Friberg (founder of the “Changer d’Ère” Forum) Marie-Christine Lanne (Head of Communication Generali France)
Stéphane Simon (director of Le Lieu du Design)
At 7.30 p.m. : discussion “L’impact du numérique dans l’art et la création”
With : Dominique Sciamma (director of the Strate design school) Fabien Simode (editor-in-chief of « L’Œil ») Lukas Truniger (new media artist, musician and composer)
More about the RENDEZ-VOUS DU FUTUR
Sponsored by Joël de Rosnay, “Les Rendez-vous du Futur” is a freely available WebTV that questions the society around us in a forward-looking way, through conversations with key figures and change-makers of our times. This collaborative project launched in 2010 by Le Cube, the Triple C communication agency and JD2, the web and audiovisual agency, is structured around interactive broadcasts filmed in public (at Le Cube) and disseminated live on several websites. Audiences and web users are encouraged to interact live with guests through social media and augmented content. Since they first started, “Les Rendez-vous du Futur” have involved over 35 broadcasts, 50 hours of online images, some 500,000 videos viewed and an ever-increasing community. Each broadcast is followed live by nearly 2,000 people on-site or remotely. www.rendezvousdufutur.com