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Interactivos?’10: Neighborhood Science [es Madrid]

Interactivos?’10: Neighborhood Science :: until July 31, 2010 :: Medialab-Prado, c/ Alameda, 15, Plaza de las Letras, Madrid, Spain.

Interactivos?’10: Neighborhood Science is a digital art exhibition in which ten prototypes developed by nearly 70 artists, scientists, teachers, designers and a variety of professionals, students and fun of DIY and DIWO (Do It With Others) will be on show. This exhibition aims to offer a new and experimental point of view about what you can do with low cost tools applied to the work with the local environment, urban ecology, citizen collaboration networks, etc.

Visitors will be able to “listen” to satellites surrounding us (Birds Within); research urban water analisys methods (Lilipod); easily create solar powered electronic devices (Open Solar Circuits) and participate in a discarded objects project (re:tag), among others.


Jul 6, 13:00
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Reblogged Makers: DIY Agents of Social Change

Makers: DIY Agents of Social Change by Alyce Santoro, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed:

Everyone Is an Artist

As our society collectively awakens to the realization that it must devise ways to stem the hemorrhaging caused by years of denial and excess and as the DIY (do-it-yourself) movement grows in popularity, Joseph Beuys’ words, “everyone is an artist” ring all the more true. Beuys, who referred to himself as a “social sculptor,” believed strongly not that everyone should make (so-called) fine art, but that everyone can live a richer and more meaningful life by infusing any vocation or action with his or her own personal creativity.

From the 1950s through the mid-1980s, Beuys expressed the notion that personal creativity could be cultivated and honed by connecting with nature and by developing a more intimate relationship with it. He believed that individuals as well as our entire society could be healed by returning to a simpler way of life and by becoming more attuned to the subtle, ineffable forces of the ecosystems we inhabit. Continue reading


Jul 4, 15:26
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Live Stage: Ghumakkad Baaja [in Delhi]

City as Studio: EXB 10.03 presents Ghumakkad Baaja — An open collaboration between Prayas Abhinav, Hemant Babu, Ram Bhatt and Nishant Sharma :: June 26, 2010; 6:30 pm :: Sarai-CSDS, 29, Rajpur Road, Civil Lines, Delhi, India.

Ghumakkad Baaja is a demonstration of an open and unregulated way of doing audio transmissions along with discussions about transmissions, public networks and “selling air”.

* Can we be active broadcasters and not just passive consumers? * Can we create and share audio/video content in a widely accessible way? * Could there be a platform much like satellite T.V, but in an on-the-move outdoor friendly format without needing a multi-crore license? Continue reading


Jun 24, 12:32
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Live Stage: Cross(x)Species Adventure Club [us NYC]

Cross(x)Species Adventure Club: A Molecular Gastronomy Workshop :: June 19, 2010; 3:00 – 5:30 pm :: Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

We are recruiting the adventurous for a hands-on workshop introducing the use of molecular gastronomy in service of ecosystems design. Like the web 2.0 of the food systems, the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club develops participatory, DIY, and multi-platform food systems to improve environmental health and augment biodiversity … where food is a medium of art, adventure, pleasure and agency.

The Cross(x) Species Adventure Club enlists humans to explore a biodiverse and delicious future; to engage in culinary experiments; invest in food innovation; and participate in re-designing our collective relationship to natural systems. Continue reading


Jun 12, 19:00
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“WWW-Enabled Noise Toy” by Loud Objects

Turbulence Commission: WWW-Enabled Noise Toy by Loud Objects (with funds from the Jerome Foundation):

Loud Objects, NYC-based circuit sorcerers, present a wacky way to learn hardware audio programming. The WWW-Enabled Noise Toy invites anyone with a web browser to write their own audio code, program it remotely onto a Noise Toy, and play it live via webcam. In the spirit of “try it yourself” software demos, the website provides a simple environment for experimenting with low-level microchip-generated audio. Load code from the Loud Objects’ own library of performance algorithms, hone your own noise techniques, and add your work to the online archive to share it with other microchip coders and create an open source noise community. Continue reading


Jun 7, 10:57
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DIY Citizenship: Critical Making & Social Media [ca Toronto]

DIY Citizenship: Critical Making and Social Media International Conference :: November 12-14, 2010 :: University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada :: Call for Papers — Deadline: May 20, 2010.

A renewed emphasis on participatory forms of digitally-mediated production is transforming our social landscape. ‘Making’ has become the dominant metaphor for a variety of digital and digitally-mediated practices. The web is exploding with independently produced digital ‘content’ such as video diaries, conversations, stories, software, music, video games — all of which are further transformed and morphed by “modders,” “hackers,” artists and activists who redeploy and repurpose corporately-produced content. Equally, communities of self-organized crafters, hackers, and enthusiasts are increasingly to be found online exchanging sewing and knitting patterns, technical guides, circuit layouts, detailed electronics tutorials and other forms of instruction and support. Continue reading


May 11, 21:01
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(O)pen S(ource) LOOM by Margarita Benitez

OSLOOM by Margarita Benitez (lead instigator), et al:

The OSLOOM (pronounced O S Loom) project is about creating an open source hand loom that is computer controlled by basic software where anyone can simply weave a photo via a web browser (twill/satin). It would also be able to import weave ready files from other software (such as Bhakti/Alice photoshop method). The loom can either be built by you or will be available as a kit. Both the software and the hardware are open source and plans will be ultimately obtained through the website.

Margarita Benitez is an art + technology and fiber artist based in Chicago + Miami. She is interested in the explorations of art within the making and DIY culture. Her work is rooted in exploring underlying social issues in technology – exploring how today’s society copes with the overwhelming presence of technology, surveillance, data mining and media bombardment. Continue reading


Apr 26, 16:49
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Cellsbutton#04: Invisible Cells [id Yogyakarta]

Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival 2010 — Cellsbutton#04: Invisible Cells :: July 27 – August 7, 2010 :: Open Call — Deadline: May 25.

The House Of Natural Fiber (HONF) are proud to present Cellsbutton#04: Invisible Cells – Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival. Cellsbutton#04 will take the theme of “Invisible” as part of Education Focus Program curriculum in 2010. Cellsbutton#04 will consist 12 days duration of the festival, focussing on educative artistic activities engaging local and global development and application in art, science and technology. Continue reading


Apr 21, 14:56
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Are You Connective? Workshop [de Berlin]

ARE YOU CONNECTIVE or can happiness be synthesized? with Stefanie Wuschitz (artist) + Amir Hassan (coder) :: mzbaltazarslaboratory + metalab/Vienna :: April 20-24, 2010; 2:00 – 7:00 pm daily :: Open to the Public: April 24; 7:00 pm :: West Germany (WG), Skalitzer Street 133, 10999 Berlin :: Register: workshop∗aa-vv∗org until April 15.

Transiting from the ‘ARE YOU CONDUCTIVE?’ workshop, which recently took place in Munich, to the ‘ARE YOU CONNECTIVE?’ a workshop for relative interactions in Berlin, we are hoping to encounter different, but experimentally thinking, DIY and collaboratively working individuals in time, place and space meaningfully and relatively, trying (still) to connect all into an organic ‘whole’ by means of inventing transitions between each other, the inside/outside spaces, analogue and digital, high and low-no-tech. Continue reading


Mar 31, 11:50
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Interactivos’10: Neighborhood Science [es Madrid]

Interactivos’10: Neighborhood Science – workshop led by Platoniq, Douglas Repetto and the work group formed by Andres Burbano, Alejandro Araque, Alejandro Duque and Alejandro Tamayo :: June 7 – 23, 2010 :: Medialab-Prado, Plaza de las Letras, Calle Alameda, 15, 28014 Madrid, Spain :: Call for Projects and Papers – Deadline: April 19, 2010.

Interactivos’10 is a workshop which develops projects gathering and putting into action collaboration and local urban knowledge networks using free software and hardware technologies and “Do it yourself” (DIY) and “Do it with others” (DIWO) methods. Continue reading


Mar 26, 15:14
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