Peter Hirshberg is a Silicon Valley executive at the forefront of disruptive change in technology and media. His current passion is bottom-up innovation in the civic sphere where he engages with government and citizen teams in San Francisco, New York, Singapore and the United Nations, exploring how design, art and technology can serve as tools for civic participation. This work emphasizes the value of collaboration between artists and their cities as a“super catalyst” for the community-building process that creates a new form of urban experience through access and engagement.
With support from DLECTRICITY: Detroit’s Nighttime Exhibition of Art & Light and U‑M Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
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