PechaKucha Presentation

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Gaye Soykok

Innovation & Technology Specialist, Maitre D' in House of Dadabit in London

You Can Bottle Your Dreams!

PRESENTED ON NOV 09, 2017
IN LONDON @ VOL 17

Gaye Soykok had our audience with their eye peeled to the back of their heads trying to take in all of the amazing ideas Gaye was sharing with them.

Gaye told the audience about the House of Dadabit - a transdisciplinary collective who create and experience together the stories and dreams of now and the future.

By the end of this talk, you will believe that you can unlearn and consider bringing what plays back in your mind into your creative process!
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