Still thinking about knowledge as Mode 1 and 2. Still cannot find much recent. In Wikipedia there is a longish page on Mode 2 but very short mention for Mode 1.
Also there is some critique of what Mode 1 claims
Steve Fuller, in his book The Governance of Science (Chapter 5) has criticised the 'Modists' view of the history of science because they wrongly give the impression that mode 1 dates back to seventeenth-century Scientific Revolution whereas mode 2 is traced to the end of either World War II or the cold war, whereas in fact the two modes were institutionalized only within a generation of each other (the third and the fourth quarters of the nineteenth century, respectively). Fuller claims that the Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes in Germany, jointly funded by the state, the industry and the universities, predated today's "triple helix" institutions by an entire century.
So something to come back to. My guess is that at Olympia most of the knowledge will be in the context of practice. Also there seems to be fewer stands from HE and more from MOOCs or similar. More next week, am staying in London for weekend.
Wikipedia has a page for "Imaginary" but will have to come back to why Mode 1 works for academics.