F5, the biennial creativity conference presented by Motionographer, which will be held at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom April 15-16, 2011, announces another round of speaker additions to its program.
Press Release from F5
New York, NY-- F5, the biennial creativity conference presented by Motionographer, which will be held at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom April 15-16, 2011, announces another round of speaker additions to its program. Hailing from a wide swath of creative industries, these individuals represent design, film and technology thought-leaders, and rising creative voices from the Motionographer community.
Newly added presenters include Social Roboticist Heather Knight (Marilyn Monrobot) discussing robot comedy; acclaimed directing duo Radical Friend presenting “The Digital Flesh,” their interactive video installation; and Dustin Callif (Tool of North America) on creating the exploratory “David On Demand” Cannes Lions Twitter/live-action experiment and “Touching Stories” iPad app. Other speakers include Jacob Escobedo (Adult Swim & Cartoon Network), network executive-cum-designer who works with the likes of Broken Bells, Gnarls Barkley, Ghostly International and Vampire Weekend; audio-visual mash-up masters Eclectic Method, who cut television, film, music and video game footage together into dance floor experiences, and Dutch motion design powerhouse Onesize who'll open the curtain behind their storied production history. Be on the lookout for even more speakers to be announced in the weeks leading up to F5!"
These speakers will be joined by those announced last week, which include Kid Koala, Scott Belsky (Behance), Wayne White (Pee Wee's Playhouse), Adam Sadowsky (Syyn Labs), Buck and Nathan Love.
For ticket information and a constantly updated speaker schedule, please visit F5fest.com or follow F5 on Twitter: @f5fest.
About F5Presented by Motionographer, F5 is a biennial creative conference founded on the belief that true change occurs when you look outside your world and explore new horizons. The festival fosters creative collisions - unexpected insights from sources you didn't see coming. The goal is nothing less than to change the way you think about your work and your life. F5fest.com