The artist residency debate is moderated by Nicholas Henchoz,
ongoing academic partner of the Summit and Director of the EPFL+ECAL Lab.

Kasia Molga
is a design fusionist, master of none and a serial beginner, questioning the impact of technology on the natural environment and its role in our relation and perception to “non-human makers”. She moves across disciplines to communicate complex ideas through tangible multisensory hybrid installations. She has exhibited worldwide, most notably: Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern, V&A Museum, Ars Electronica, Meta.Morf (NO), Translife Media Arts Triennial (Beijing, China), MIS (Sao Paulo, BR), Dutch Design Week (NL); and is a recipient of many international awards, grants, nominations and accolades, among many others: Wellcome Trust Award, Ars Electronica 2012 Honorary, Creative Industries NL, European N.I.C.E Award, RESHAPE 2017 Honourable Mention, LES RESPIRATIONS 2016 Special Prize for Human Sensor. Her work has been featured in international press such as Huffington Post, The Guardian, Wired, Dutch Technology Review and BBC.