Zenka’s sculptures and street art paint a picture of where we are in time and where we are headed based on new developments in virtual and augmented reality. Finding new ways to visualize accelerating change begs the question: how do we prepare for fast change in the knowledge age?

Zenka is a Los Angeles based artist who makes art for the galactic age. She is known for her augmented reality prints, raku VR sculptures and high tech street art. Her art is held in the collections of Fortune 500 companies, such as Google and Delta Airlines and tech startups such as Survios, Merge, Senetics and StarVR. Zenka will take us on a journey through time. Her art paints a picture of where we are in time and where we are headed based on developments in virtual and augmented reality. Finding new ways to visualize accelerating change begs the question: how do we prepare for exponential change in the Knowledge Age?

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Mangi Tshikomba is a technology entrepreneur, Founder & CEO of Things Technologies and founding editor of EdTechDojo.co.za. He is a OYW Ambassador, Queens Young Leader and Brightest Young Minds Alumni. He holds BSc(Hon) Civil Engineering from Wits University, Jhb and Leadership Certificate from certificate from Cambridge University, UK. His interests are in Entrepreneurship, EdTech and Early Childhood Development (ECD).