Speaker: Graham Brown-Martin
About Graham’s work:
Graham Brown-Martin recently undertook a commission that took him to 18 countries on 6 continents, travelling more than 125,000 miles accompanied by an award-winning photographic team to explore how digital platforms are transforming the way we live, learn, and communicate.
From refugee camps in Syria, mountainous regions in China, deep into rural India and then to the design studios and schools in Silicon Valley he visited some of the most diverse environments imaginable, meeting passionate educators working in complex situations.
He met with global thought leaders including Noam Chomsky, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Sugata Mitra, designers and creators of new platforms reaching increasingly large populations and asked “what is education for?”
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