Portable Talks – Kirby Ferguson

APDL, Portable and The Edge are proud to present a talk by US creative and cultural leader Kirby Ferguson. Based out of New York, Kirby is part of a new breed of creatives using the internet to execute entire projects. As a writer, filmmaker and documentarian, his works have amassed in excess of 5 million views online.

Kirby’s approach to creativity is helping to shape how we relate to,learn and share content in the digital era. In exploring creative styles, he also questions how the work of previous cultural groundbreakers such as Thomas Edison, Led Zeppelin and William Burroughs are today being transformed, referenced and deconstructed by new creative formats.  Thursday, October 4, 2012. Tickets on sale now.

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