Eyeo 2012 – Afterthoughts and asides

Eyeo 2012, Julian Oliver

Eyeo, eyeo, eyeo – well, where to begin? At the best of times providing an overarching review of a festival is an exercise in exclusion and cobbling together a vague impression of the second edition of Eyeo is no exception. In fact, one could say that Eyeo is pretty much a conference organized around the idea that creative technologists are willing to travel all the way to Minnesota in order to be a room away from great artist talks and public conversations. An attendee simply has to surrender him/herself  to the horrible burden of choice and constantly pick between presentations that are outright unmissable or simply very promising – it was a tough week let me tell you! I don't feel particularly compelled to provide an outright 'review' of the festival beyond saying "you should really go next year", but I thought it would be interesting to share (and expand on) some of the notes I made over the course of the week.

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