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Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’
POST DIGITAL PRINT
|21/05/2012 to 02/06/2012|
A series of activities around the publication of Post Digital Print. The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894 by Alessandro Ludovico
A collaboration between Onomatopee, Baltan Laboratories and the Kenniscentrum Creating 010, Hogeschool Rotterdam
From 21 May to 2 June, Alessandro Ludovico will be working as artist-in-residence at Baltan Laboratories and Onomatopee in Eindhoven. During this time he will be exploring the distributed archive and tools for post-digital print, stemming from research presented in his new book. Working with local students, he will build a DIY book scanning machine. For the rest of the residency period he will undertake a number of social experiments involving the book scanner. Several activities have been planned while Alessandro is in Eindhoven, including a workshop on May 30th, and a conference and the launch of the publication at Onomatopee on June 2nd. See the full agenda below. (more…)
Baltan Session at Holst Centre: Hermitage 3.0
In 2011 and 2012, Holst Centre and Baltan Laboratories are organising a series of four art-science workshops, each focused around a central research topic. The first two workshops have been organised as internal sessions with Holst Centre researchers and a selected artist. The aim of these workshops is to create mutual insight between artists and researchers that are working on a similar topic. The first workshop was led by artist Sonia Cillari in collaboration with hardware developer Stock, in November 2011. The second workshop will be led by Danielle Roberts on 3 May around a new concept she is working on called Hermitage 3.0.
Beyond Data at Open Data exhibition in Eindhoven
|19/04/2012 to 22/04/2012|
With the title ‘Make it work’ the Platform Open Data Eindhoven is organising the National Open Data Congress on Friday, April 20th in Eindhoven. The conference focuses on the practical application of Open Data. Guest speakers include Adam Greenfield, Julian Tait, Frédérik Ruys and others. More information about the programme can be found here (in Dutch): http://www.openeindhoven.nl/nationaal-congres-open-data/programma-2/
Alongside the Congress, they will also be presenting an exhibition around open data in art, design, science and data journalism. We’re very pleased to present our Beyond Data collaboration with Kitchen Budapest in the exhibition. Aside from a poster presentation, we will also show a demo of the project Between the Lines which was one of the works developed during our collaboration. The ‘Make it work’ exhibition can be seen from April 19-22, 2012 at the Stadhuis in Eindhoven (open from 13:00-17:00 each day).
Beyond Data book
Together with Kitchen Budapest and designer Eric de Haas, we’re busy working on a publication around our Beyond Data project. It will be launched on May 18th at the Dutch Electronic Festival in Rotterdam.
In addition to extensive documentation of the project and concepts developed during the Beyond Data collaboration, new essays by Amanda McDonald Crowley, Attila Nemes, and others have been specially commissioned to reflect on the theme, the open lab as a methodology, and the collaboration between the labs itself.
|26/06/2012 17:00 to 19:00|
Baltan Laboratories presents a brand new series of monthly events for post-secondary students in Eindhoven called the Informal Academy. These evenings are focused on sharing innovative ideas at the intersection of art, design and technology.
The Informal Academy offers students a platform to share the research and projects they are working on with fellow students from related programs in Eindhoven. They have the opportunity to expand their network in an informal setting while gaining extra knowledge and feedback from like-minded participants from other schools: TU/e Industrial Design, Fontys Hogeschool ICT & Media Design, and Design Academy Eindhoven.
The first meeting took place on February 28th, 2012 at the TU/e Department of Industrial Design. The content of the evenings will be co-designed by the participants, depending on specialisation and fields of interest. It provides a bottom-up sustainable network, with motivated people who are looking to help and inspire each other. The next meeting takes place in June. If you are a student who is interested in joining the Informal Academy, join the Facebook Group or please send a mail to info[AT]baltanlaboratories.org.