bloc* has commissioned Kitchen Budapest to realize a time based, temporary, experimental land work, in a challenging environment, on the coast of West Wales. They would have liked the project to ask ‘what happens to the internet once it meets the coast?’
Celebrate KIBU's 4th birthday and build your network with us!
30. June 2011
Open Day: 12-7 pm - KIBU HQ
KIBU_4_: 8pm -till late night - Lumen Gallery
After many e-mails and months of planning they finally arrived at the end of April. Being British they brought bad weather with them, but we didn’t mind that, because hacking and building is best done indoors. Fueled with coffee and illuminated by neon lights. They didn’t know what to expect exactly, a lecture on noise music, some building, a small performance, this and that.
The Kitchen Budapest media lab celebrates the Marshall McLuhan centenary and the 10th anniversary of Wikipedia with a "wikisprint" event within the framework of the "No One Belongs Here More Than You" exhibition held between March 25-April 23, 2011 in the Kunsthalle Budapest.
The wikisprint organizers invite the public to collaboratively work on the development and publication of the Hungarian Wikipedia article about Marshall McLuhan. The intention is to follow on the concepts and works of one of the greatest media theorist: Marshall McLuhan.
SubMap project is exhibited at Pixelache Helsinki 2011 festival between 10-13 March 2011. The visualization project by Dániel Feles, Krisztián Gergely, Gáspár Hajdu and Attila Bujdosó (Kitchen Budapest) was selected and aligns well to this year’s theme ‘Map me if you will’.
SubMap distorts the map of Finland based on the Twitter communication within the country tracked real-time.
In collaboration with NIMk (Netherlands Media Art Institute), Pervasive Media Studio and 5daysoff festival, Kitchen Budapest is pleased to announce the recipients of an exciting cross-European residency programme.
Over the next four months, Duncan Speakman and Émilie Grenier will spend supported time at each lab, to develop a new sonic artwork that will use mobile technologies to connect strangers in a fascinating experience.
From 24-28 January we are participating at Labtolab meeting III. organized by Constant in Brussels.
In the framework of Atomy and Bity (Atoms and Bits) lecture series Melinda Sipos was invited to talk about KIBU. Artists, cultural managers, university students and active rulers of local cultural life were present to hear about our working method, activities, organization structure and projects. The talk was followed by a discussion with a very enthusiast group of these people who are in a process of formalizing their own medialab. Learning about KIBU's and other examples of art&technology places hopefully help them clarifying their visions and expectations.
The Conference on Production Centers and Platforms is an annual three-day symposium whose first edition will be held on 10-12 November 2010 in the framework of EUROPES. The conference aims to forge active ties between European production centers and platforms working in the field of plastic, visual and performing arts. This offers a meeting point so heads of key European centers and platforms can get together and debate issues such as theoretical and critical analysis and strike up a dialogue to share positions, expectations, models and interests, comparing and contrasting interdisciplinary visions and strengthening networks.
5daysoff, Pervasive Media Studio, Kitchen Budapest and NIMk launch an open call for a cross-European residency programme.
We’re looking for interesting artists seeking time and space to research, produce and present projects at the intersection of art, mobility and culture involving audience participation. The programme will support early stage ideas that utilise pervasive technologies and free/open source software. This is a valuable opportunity to explore process and develop experimental works within four unique collaborative environments to be presented in public space and/or festival environments.