DIY Networks

Electronic hands-on workshops on media ecologies, part of DEAF07.

11
 
Apr 2007
 - 
14
 
Apr 2007
 
11:00 to 17:00

The DIY Networks workshop is oriented towards electronic artists with a special interest in the possibilities of approaching technologies beyond the paradigm of control. Participants are invited to build their own artistic micro experiments and perform hardware and network hacking. The focus will be on sustainable, customised, wearable, networked instruments and sound ecologies.

Notions of control versus influence will be discussed in relation to technology, in a context where unknown histories of technology will be re-created. The work of philosophers such as Lyotard and Guattari will be introduced during four days of experimentation with sound, sensor technology and networks. Participants will work in collaboration with an exciting mix of musicians and DIY practitioners.

The workshop is theoretically complemented by the Critical Ecosystems seminar on Thursday 12 from 10:00 to 13:00hrs.

Workshop leaders:

Alejandra Pérez Núñez (CL) cultural activist
http://www.elpueblodechina.org

Jo FRGMNT Grys (D) cultural activist, TOB (Transmitting Object Behaviours)
http://noisiv.de.vu

Sophie Gosselin (F) cultural activist, Apo33
http://www.constellatio.info

Julien Ottavi (F) cultural activist, Apo33
http://www.noiser.org
http://www.apo33.org

DIY networks workshop (DEAF07) from V2_ on Vimeo.


 


On Saturday, 14 April, 16.00-18.00, a presentation of all workshops' outcomes will take place.

Cost: 250 euro / 200 euro, including lunch and workshop materials, entrance to the exhibition and the Critical Ecosystems seminar.
Maximum participants: 30

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