How is modern society and technology changing our experiences of intimacy?
It is with great pleasure that I ask you to join us on Sept. 19th (from 7 to 9 pm) in New York City for a lovely little salon to debut the musings of an emergent community of thinkers, the Wisdom Hackers. In an effort to bring more raw and unformed narratives to the world - so that we might better witness not just the output of thought, but it’s beta process - our little group of Seekers will share some of what they’ve been wrestling with and engage you in discussion around some big questions.
SEPT 19th - 7 to 9 PM
THE MAKESHIFT SOCIETY
55 HOPE STREET (WILLIAMSBURG)
BROOKLYN NY 11211
+ Artist Rachel Sussman will share insights on deep time and the struggles to cultivate more long-term thinking
+ Activist Grace Dunham asks, “how do we radicalize self-help?” in global protest movements
+ Renaissance woman Garance Choko asks: “how can we develop appreciation for informal and experiential knowledge?”
+ Mathias Vestergaard explores how to reconcile parenthood for a “me” generation
+ Designer Lee-Sean Huang asks, “how do we elevate and integrate the role of kinesthetic knowledge in the information economy?”