- Hyundai Motor and National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art co-holds Hashtag 2023
Hyundai Motor holds Mobility Innovators Forum
Hyundai Motor Group announced that it held the 8th Mobility Innovators Forum 2023 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, USA on November 2. The forum was first held at Stanford University in 2016 as a place for communication where innovators, startups, government officials, and investors in the mobility industry gather to share ideas about mobility. The forum this year was designed as an opportunity to look back on the vision and values of the mobility industry and share insights on human-centered future mobility innovation under the theme of Re-Vision & Re-Value. Hyundai Motor Group established an innovation base called CRADLE in the United States, Germany, Israel, China, and Singapore to discover promising startups hidden around the world, and operates ZER01NE in Korea, which serves as a platform for open innovation. Heungsoo Kim, Vice President of Hyundai Motor Group’s Global Strategy Office (GSO), Marc Raibert, CEO of Boston Dynamics AI Research Institute, Ken Goldberg, robotics engineer and professor at UC Berkeley, and Gary Silberg, head of KPMG’s Global Automotive Division) and other key players in the mobility industry took the podium as speakers.
Hyundai Motor and National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art co-holds Hashtag 2023
Hyundai Motor Group and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art announced that ‘Project Hashtag 2023’ will be held at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul from November 3 to April 7, 2024. This event is an open creative platform that allows creators to freely express their experimental ideas without restrictions on genre or topic. Every year, two teams are selected and each team is provided with creative funds, a studio within the Changdong Residency of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, and an opportunity to present their creative results at the museum. The former is an art collective that expands on the concept of social fermentation and is unveiling ‘Symbiote Galaxy’, a space made from agar agar. The latter is a visual arts collective that studies various social issues arising from technology and makes various attempts to create meaningful discourse about the role of contemporary visual arts. During the exhibition period, various creators will be invited to participate in approximately 17 exhibition-related events, including workshops, talks, and performances. Detailed information can be found on the museum’s website and social media.
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