Digitalisme: searching for balance in digital times.
Searching for balance in the digital era
Apart from concepting and copywriting I’m currently writing my third book, working title Digitalism: searching for balance in digital times. To research (and promote) the purpose of my book – to further critical thinking on the influence of digital technology on our lives and reaching a better balance – I am producing a podcastshow called Digitalisme.
Each episode is a conversation with an expert: professors, journalists, entrepreneurs etc. join me in discussing life and technology as they intersect in the beginning of the 21st century.
My role: concept, research & production
by Luuk van de Ven
Digitalism: the book
A collection of personal essays, painstakingly researched by a member of the last generation to grow up without the internet. Scheduled for publication early 2017 by Nijgh & Van Ditmar publishers, it will hopefully be a personal and thought provoking lil’ thing.
Curious for my previous books? Here’s the site for my debut novel called Everything smells like chocolate. (Here’s how I got Anton Corbijn to make a photo available for the reprint) and here’s my second book, a Twitter diary called Atlas Butterflies.
Made with the help of producer, poet and musician Dennis Gaens (check out his podcast), art-director Jarr Geerligs, Lennart Kleinen of Studio Klevr, Luuk van de Ven, the staff at Morgan Avenue – and, of course, all guests and listeners.