Life Gamified: Panel discussion (King’s College London)

Panel disussion at the event Life Gamified: Practices of the Quantified Self
Btihaj Ajana (AIAS and King’s College London), Paolo Ruffino (Lincoln University), Federica Lucivero (King’s College London), and Maria Chatzichristodoulou (London South Bank University)

Arts and Humanities Festival, 13 October 2016, King’s College London

Life Gamified: Introduction – Btihaj Ajana (AIAS and King’s College London)

Introduction to the event Life Gamified: Practices of the Quantified Self, Arts and Humanities Festival, 13 October 2016, King’s College London

Welcome and Introduction – Btihaj Ajana

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of Self Tracking
Culture, 15 June 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Closing note – Btihaj Ajana (AIAS and King’s College London)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Games to live with (and die for) speculations on Nike+, Paolo Ruffino (University of York, UK)

Games to live with (and die for): speculations on Nike+.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

“The self as a laboratory”, Dorthe Brogård Kristensen

“The self as a laboratory”: optimization and self-tracking practices
in daily life.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

The Quantified Self at work, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies

(from left to right) Btihaj Ajana (AIAS and King’s College London), Chris Till (Leeds Beckett University), Phoebe Moore (Middlesex University, UK), Lukasz Piwek (University of Bath, UK)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Calibrating the body, Joeb Høfdinghoff Grønborg (Aarhus University, Denmark)

Calibrating the body – the lived experience of people using fitness
trackers.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Data value, Keith Spiller (Open University, UK)

Data value: ambivalences toward privacy in the collection and
use of Quantified Self personal data.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Digital Health Technologies and Self-Representation, Rachael Kent (King’s College London, UK)

Digital Health Technologies and Self-Representation.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Hybrid subjectivity and the gamification of self, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies

(from left to right) Christian Ulrik Andersen (Aarhus University, Denmark), Paolo Ruffino (University of York, UK), Jill Walker Rettberg (University of Bergen, Norway)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 ( Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

The Machine as Confidante, (Jill Walker Rettberg, University of Bergen, Norway)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Making sense of the Quantified Self data, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies

(from left to right) Phoebe Moore (Middlesex University, UK), Dorthe Brogård Kristensen (University of Southern Denmark), Keith Spiller (Open University, UK)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Mediatization, representation and the Quantified Self, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies

(from left to right) Stine Liv Johansen (Aarhus University, Denmark), Rachael Kent (King’s College London, UK), Joeb Høfdinghoff Grønborg (Aarhus University, Denmark)

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)

Working bodies, Chris Till (Leeds Beckett University)

Working bodies: work, exercise and the valorization of productivity
in neoliberalism.

AIAS WORKSHOP: The Quantified Self and the Rise of SelfTracking
Culture, 15. june 2016 (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)