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Sabria David is co-founder of the Slow Media Institut.
She has been on panels and talks like at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, the Frankfurt Bookfair and other international conferences. She is with Benedikt Köhler and Jörg Blumtritt author of the “Slow Media Manifesto“ which had a global impact. It has been translated in several languages and is referred to, debated, taught and discussed in over 30 countries.
This lead to the founding of the Slow Media Institute (http://slow-media-institut.net/), an interdisciplinary research and consulting center for media change. She recently launched IDA, the Interaktionsmodell Digitaler Arbeitsschutz, a concept of workplace health that focusses on digital work (http://slow-media-institut.net/digitaler-arbeitschutz).
She studied linguistics, german literature and history of art and started to work both in research and advertising agencies. In 2000 she founded text-raum, a communication agency which focussed on brands, naming and new forms of value-orientated corporate communication after digital shifts. Now she works on the effects of digital technologies and collaborative thinking on society, work, politics, communication and media.In 2014 she has been elected to the board of Wikimedia Germany.
publications, papers: http://slow-media-institut.net/publikationenkooperationen
interviews, global response to slow media: http://www.slow-media.net/resonanz