D.R.E.A.M. is a series on the future of urban life. Short films and discussions will illustrate aspects of the evolving metropolis. This time the sharing economy will be discussed. Everyone is familiar with Airbnb and Uber. These lucrative ‘sharing’ platforms focus on people offering a service or place to stay. But is this sharing economy an honest one and how does it affect the structure of the modern city? A couple of short films will offer different perspective on such developments. Furthermore an interview with a special guest will delve deeper into this contemporary issue.
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Tina Farifteh (1982) started out in photography and marketing, but has always had a great affinity with visual arts and cinema. She often takes a little detour to theatre and performance, but always puts quality and innovation at the centre of her selections. Alongside her work as a curator she initiates and develops new campaigns and programmes like Free Art Now and Front Row. She is always looking for young and intriguing makers, enabling a new way of looking or experiencing art.
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