Deborah Hustić from Radiona – Zagreb Makerspace was selected in 2020 as a member of the Advisory Board of the international project Artsformation. Artsformation is a Horizon 2020 project that includes as partners Copenhagen Bussines School (Denmark), Trinity College Dublin – University of Dublin (Ireland), WAAG – Technology & Society (The Netherlands), Norwegian Business School (Norway), LATRA (Greece), KEA European Affairs (Belgium), Transmediale (Germany), FACT Liverpool (United Kingdom) and European Alternatives (transnational organisation).
Artsformation is a research project exploring the intersection between arts, society and technology.
The projects aims to understand, analyse, and promote the ways in which the Arts can reinforce the social, cultural, economic, and political benefits of digital transformation.
Artsformation investigates the potential of the Arts to intervene in critical social issues, with a view to remedying a range of abusive and exploitative aspects of digital technologies, such as labour politics, privacy and education.
With Artsformation the partaking partners aim to support and be part of the process of making our communities resilient and adaptive in the 4th Industrial Revolution through research, innovation and applied artistic practice.
The Advisory Board members: Andrea Bandelli, Leslie Dunton-Downer, Majken Overgaard, Sarah Newman, Stefanie Wuschitz, Idriss Nor, Lefteris Papagiannakis and Deborah Hustic.