Oproep 3: Digitaal werken in de kunsten
Make cooperation possible in a garden of peculiarities. Create platforms for connecting, playing, experiencing with only artistic interests. License it as open-source but violent activities aren't allowed. See The (Cooperative) Non-Violent Public License
I want to make things aware with my artistic projects that I mostly do in collaboration with others. Give things another perspective and play with it. I more and more use the browser to connect with others, like in Koorvorming or sunstream.tv. As productdesigner I'm busy with making placebo devices, like in the Exciting Research where peoples excitement is measured by a small real working device on the ear (internet of things). At the moment I'm studying another master at the Art University in Linz, Austria called Interface Cultures, in this course and in the city Linz I'm learning a lot about citizen participation in technology, and also Ars Electronica is located in Linz.
Radical experimentation and discussion can give us insides in how we have to deal with technology, a framework (and license) will give us slowly autonomy from big violent companies like Facebook.
Jo Caimo email@example.com
(Start brief) Hey! Zin om te praten? Zin om praktijken uit te wisselen? Ik ben ingenieur architect en beeldend kunstenaar. Ik bevind mij hier in mijn atelier op Level Five in hartje Brussel en ik kijk naar buiten. Ik kijk naar de gigantische bouwwerven, naar de stad, naar de wereld en ik vraag mij af hoe het verder moet. Koffie?...
Inspired by Jussi Parikka's seminal text "A Geology Of Media", the London Alternative Photography Collective would like to creatively interrogate the materiality of digital media. We would do this by researching the unsustainable digital photography working processes, and suggest more sustainable options - which could include recycling, remodelling, recoding and hacking of old cameras.