This workshop is a tool for artists who wish to go beyond common usage of these mobile-controlled consumption interfaces on the Kindle and iPhone—and for anyone interested in what is happening underneath these surfaces.
Local Autonomy Networks (Autonets) is an artivist project focused on creating networks of communication to increase community autonomy and reduce violence against women, LGBTQI people, people of color and other groups who continue to survive violence on a daily basis.
Using e-waste as raw material, the workshop offers participants to become familiar with basic circuit bending, hardware and software hacking/recycling while gaining hands-on experience making an interactive art project at the same time.
Back when openings were just openings, a few self-congratulatory statements and an introductory speech or two sufficed. At this year’s transmediale we are aiming somewhat higher: to the stars! >> Read more.
Memoblast is a group performance in a fax-based office. Raquel Meyers, Jacob Sikker Remin and Goto80 are office workers who handle the flow of information by following rituals and rules of efficiency. They work with conventional office tools such as text editors and spreadsheets to create graphics, music and memos. Read more.
In the Blue Hour of Pluto, People Like Us – broadcaster of the sound arts radio show DO or DIY on WFMU – will play a DJ Set with a selection of the best and worst of collage and sample music. Welcome on Pluto!
How does one tell a life story in film when no film material about the protagonist or the stations of life important to the narrative is available? | With works from Cordelia Swann, Babak Afrassiabi, Doug Ischar, Laura Horelli.