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    Kviečiame į workshop’ą (registruokis!) ir vakarėlį (24d.) Superfactory(TM)

    | 2008-05-13 | 19:20
    temos: įvykis,interaktyvumas,komunikacija,menas,miestas,MIGRUOJANTI REALYBĖ,mokslas ir technologijos,naujosios medijos,performansai,politika,renginiai,taktinės medijos,technovizijos,tinklo kultūra

    Superfactory(TM) – Collaborative DIY Plug-In-Party & Workshop

    Vilniaus dailės akademija, Malūnų g. 3, (skulptūros ir grafikos studijos)
     

    Gegužės 22-24 dienomis, nuo 11 val. (Programa žr. žemiau).
     

    Registracija į kūrybines dirbtuves: vdasa.info@gmail.com, tel. 869873217, 862078607
     

    Karsten Asshauer, Mindaugas Gapsevicius, Eike Starkmann (DE), John Hopkins (USA)
     

    Superfactory(TM) provides an adjustable framework to creatively deal with global capitalism by creating new forms of production. Look at your surroundings, what can you do with the the objects and processes that are immediately available? The more you do locally, the quicker globalism is drained of its power to distort the only life we have.  Use the material of random re-sources and become a Prosumer within Superfactory(TM)!  Bring DIY into your practice and regain creative expressions!

    This engaging and ecclectic three-day workshop/seminar/happening will address several parallel topics within the idea of sustainable creative practices. These will include foundations of collaborative exchange; DIY (Do-It-Yourself) culture; interactive art; ascii art; sonic/sound art; food art; open source; knowledge sharing/building; open-channel dialogue and more. Participants will have the opportunity to check out three possible areas of working that interest them on a first-come-first-serve basis. There will be plenty of opportunities to share what we collectively learn no matter what area you work on yourself.  We want to invite participants to become Prosumers — both a producer and consumer here in this mix of factory and supermarket where you can exploit yourself instead of being exploited. Produce your own parts and join the Plug-In-Party with other Prosumers!

    One specific collaborative project will be the construction of a data/video projector from easy-to-find components — this will provide direct, hands-on experience in electro-mechanical fabrication as well as a great intro to the DIY concept. Students interested in sonic work will be introduced to practices around field recording and processing data to create visual-sonic content.  The food portion of the workshop will be an open exploration of the cooking and eating experience as a fundamental element of any collaborative creative practice (Plug-in-Soup / Salad).

    The workshop presenters will engage participants in lively discussion of contemporary creative practices. And while we do have a plan, we are happy to accomodate alternate pathways of engagement based on topics that are directly relevant to participants. Participants are welcome to bring their own tools, ideas, and creative resources into the situation. Previous experience with technology is NOT necessary, and students from any and all disciplines are warmly welcome to attend and bring their ideas into the mix. Students interested in contemporary developments in socially active, grassroots, hybrid, networked, open source, sound, and visual arts are encouraged to participate. It’s about you with us, what can we do?

    The workshop will culminate with a visual-sonic-edible-jam-chill-session-party-event-happening on the final Saturday evening of the workshop.  So please, (don’t) bring your MP3/CD/USB-Stick/USB-Drive/I-Pod/Audiocassette/Notebook/GameBoy/
    WorldReceiver/Radio/TV/MD/Dictaphone/Mike!  Nothing is already there, there! How do you bring home the bacon?

    The workshop is presented by Superfactory(TM) http://www.superfactory.biz

    PROGRAM

     

    VISUALS

    BEAMER

    SONIC

    notes

    22 May

    11:00 – 13:00

    introduction to whole concept and individual parts of workshop…

    students join groups, meet each other, introduce self, we introduce selves

    22 May

    15:00 – 17:00

     

     

    first sound walk

     

    23 May

    11:00 – 13:00

     sampling ascii

    construction

    second sound walk

    participants should bring laptops and other tools to work/play with (plastic sheets)

    13:00 – 15:00

    dialogue I — partners for 2 hours at lunch …

    pair up with unfamiliar partner for two hour attentive and focused exchange

    15:00 – 18:00

     sampling other visual material

    construction

    editing

     

    24 May

    11:00 – 14:00

     finalizing work/play

    finish up

    finalizing work/play

     

    14:00 – 16:00

    dialogue II — partners for 2 hours at lunch …

     

    16:00 – 19:00

    debrief, finish up any data processing, cooking, soldering and building… open discussion, mapping, feedback

     

    19:00 – 20:00

    dinner session

     

    20:00 – 00:00

    visual-sonic party, gallery "Akademija"
     

     

     

     

     

    temos: įvykis, interaktyvumas, komunikacija, menas, miestas, MIGRUOJANTI REALYBĖ, mokslas ir technologijos, naujosios medijos, performansai, politika, renginiai, taktinės medijos, technovizijos, tinklo kultūra |

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