Using gravity and mechanisms inspired by the mechanical clocks, Daniel de Bruin created this analog 3D printer.
Join me online this Sunday May 17, 2020 to participate in the Next Iterations.
Iterations consists of a series of artist residencies, exhibitions, reflection meetings and exchanges that take place between 2017 and 2020. Artists and cultural practitioners are welcomed in situations to experiment with and reflect on what the future of collectivity, sharing and working together in digital and networked contexts can look like.
Iterations supports the use of FLOSS software and open content licenses and encourages everybody to download anything you find on this site.
SUNDAY 17 MAY
12:00 – hello coffee / informal gathering
12:30 – Introduction to the coming days, and the infrastructural setting
13:00 – Launch of Iterations book Jara Rocha and Manetta Berends
14:00 – 14:45 BREAK
14.45 – 15:00 Caterina Mora – bodywork for transfigurate our back: the future is behind
15.00 – 15.15 Julien Deswaef – A license written by machines
15:15 – 16:00 Patricia Reis & Lale Rodgarkia-Dara from Mz Balthazar’s Laboratory (feminist infrastructures of support)
16:00 – 16:15 (OFFTIME)
16:15 – 16:30 Nayari Castillo & Hanns Holger Rutz – Collective Divagation (Instructions for Rendevous)
16:30 – 17:15 Kym Ward: networked sonic spell-casting
17:15 – 17:30 (OFFTIME)
17:30 – 17:45Luis Rodil-Fernández...the body of a newborn squeezes itself into the world. Life’s tribulations on the outside begin…
17:45 – 18:00 Zoumana Méité – voice stacking choral
18:00 – 18:15 Fran Quiroga & Andrea Olmedo – Workshop I Communal Ethics
18:15 – 18:30 (OFFTIME)
18:30 – IRCBAR with cocktails by Rica Rickson
20:00 – Jamsession (fade out to night …)With a.o: BeHuKi (Mia Melvær, Maxime Stifinner and Yoan Robin): audio postcard
At the multinational corp, I don’t always get to join meetings where I need to be active. Sometimes, I might just be there in case there is a question for me. So when those meetings are remote, I found a new way to beat the feeling of wasting my time. I draw portraits of my colleagues in video conferences.
They’re still enough to make this quite easy. They don’t notice I’m actually drawing them. And while I stay focused on the conversation, my eyes, brain and hand relax at following these lines.
Some say that the blog format is dead, but I would not turn off my RSS feed reader for anything in the world. There is some blogs I’ve been following ten years. And in the ever changing landscape of social media, I’ve always come back to the blogs to find peace.
This is still true today. The self-hosted feed reader is probably the last space where I don’t feel manipulated by some machine learning algorithm into looking at something.
And to celebrate this, I give you my favorite: Text-Mode, which today posted this marvelous flip book of Marilyn Monroe.