I am invited to give a PechaKucha talk at PechaKucha Night Bratislava vol.22 Visegrad Edition on 28th April, at Kino Nostalgia. Visegrad Edition means organizers have some funding to invite international speakers from the other V4 countries (namely: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary).
I used to organize PKN Budapest events from 2006 to 2011 and always wanted to initiate such a regional collaboration between the PechaKucha cities in Central Eastern Europe, but never had enough courage, time and energy myself.
I will present the Subjective Atlas of Hungary that I curated at Kitchen Budapest and zoom out to a wider context on collaborations. One funny aspect of this talk is that it was at Moniek Driesse‘s talk at PKN Budapest vol.16 event when I first came across to learn about the Subjective Atlas series and then decided to contact Annelys de Vet to make the Hungarian edition together.
I will tell all about this and of course it will all have to fit into the 6 and half minutes timeframe.