The first edition Vol.01 of a Pecha Kucha Night Brussels is going to take place this Fall 2007. Should you want to know more, take part, present, support, sponsor, … do get in touch with Alok Nandi via the form.
A presentation consists of 20 images–photos, slides, screens–shown for 20 seconds each while the presenter(s) describe what we are seeing. Presentations can be of any type of design-related project: architecture, urbanism, games, hi-tech or low-tech hacks, research materials, mobile devices or services, robotics, ambient interaction, geo-locative, music or sound making, subculture and subversion, etc… Show and tell us about what you are doing and what you are into.
More information soon about format, material to be sent, deadlines, … stay tuned and rehearse.
Welcome to Pecha Kucha Night Brussels Europe website.
Pecha Kucha, a Japanese expression for the sound of conversation, is a series of show and tell evenings for designers, architects, artists, creatives, … started by Klein Dytham Architecture in Tokyo.
Since 2003, groups have sprung up in cities all over the world (over 80 so far) and adopted the Pecha Kucha format: each presenter has 20 slides which are displayed for 20 seconds each.
The idea is to create an environment where creatives from all fields can present (in 6 minutes and 40 seconds) a project carried out, under development, or which they dream to see accomplished. Anyone who has made, or will make, something interesting and would like share with the curious and open minded is welcome.