How is social media changing our national identity and concepts of solidarity?
What measures are we undertaking to protect our privacy in social networks?
How are social media providing a platform for civic action? How is transatlantic influence changing?
“It Becomes Public” is a round robin video discussion on these and other issues, generated from a single evening’s workshop facilitated by KS12 at the British Council Berlin. The workshop was held during Social Media Week Berlin 2011.
Produced by KS12 in collaboration with British Council Berlin
Directed & Edited by Gabriel Shalom
Executive Producer Patrizia Kommerell
1st Camera Gabriel Shalom
2nd Camera Mates Al-Fakhri
3rd Camera Sven Stegemann
4th Camera Pippin Wigglesworth
Rana Deep Islam
Jón Þór Ólafsson
Philip L. McKenzie
Rho – Day Into Morning
Revolution Void – Obscure Terrain
Custodian of Records – Five Years
Discount Fireworks – Dots #4
Julia Rawlins, British Council Berlin
U.S. Embassy Berlin
Embassy of Canada Berlin
Joel Dullroy, Social Media Week Berlin
All the Workshop Participants
CC 2011 KS12 BY-NC-SA