Data Quilting, Patterns in Media Practice and Theory was a workshop at DEAF03.
Workshop at DEAF03.
A workshop at DEAF03 for artists, engineers, and designers working with software.
A series of workshop at DEAF03.
A workshop on real-time video and audio processing.
A workshop on archiving, photography and copyright.
Wireless Taps & Short Wave Commotions was an exchange project between Riga (Latvia) and Rotterdam, consisting of a workshop, a party and a presentation.
A workshop on virtual reality, avatars and real-time by EVL.
Build your own solar bots and chaotic sound modules. A workshop with Felix Hahn, Miki Yui and Ralf Schreiber.
This workshop presented and discussed open source projects and the exchange of R&D, hosted by EncART and V2_Lab.
Workshop nato.0+55 at DEAF00, followed by a presentation of the results.
Series of lectures and workshop as part of the Urban Strategies - Urban Agency program on the topic of networked tools of communication and artistic creation and new forms of collaboration in art, design and industry.
Series of lectures and workshop as part of the Urban Strategies - Urban Agency program delving on the new forms of labour that are no longer defined by production, but by the evolvement of social relations, modes of living and of subjectivation.
Series of lectures and workshop on the topic of designing the new public domain as part of the Urban Strategies - Urban Agency program.
Series of lectures and workshop on the topic of artistic interfaces to urban processes as part of the Urban Strategies - Urban Agency program.
"Next 5 Minutes 3: The Art of Campaigning" took place in Amsterdam, V2_ organized the workshop "Insular Technologies" within its framework.
The second media art workshop in a series of four coined the term "irrelevant encounters."
A three-day workshop at V2_, followed by a concert at Nighttown, a program initiated by Ben Schot and Ronald Cornelissen. I rip you, you rip me, which focused on the radical and psychedelic counterculture of Detroit in the late sixties, early ...
A workshop in the context of the "From Practice to Policy" conference.
The program series "Machine Aesthetics" reflect on the possibility of a new aesthetics of the machine. Does digital technology make it possible for the machine to develop aesthetic behavior, to create art, and to become an autonomous agent? How can ...