From 22 November until 3 December 2010 we create the Subjective Atlas of Hungary by involving 40 contributors and a young Hungarian graphic designer. The participants of the 2-weeks workshop were selected after a public call for participation.
Mark Shepard is an artist, architect and researcher; his post-disciplinary practice addresses new social spaces and signifying structures of contemporary network cultures. His research investigates the implications of mobile and pervasive media, communication and information technologies for architecture and urbanism.
Date: Wednesday, 27 October 2010, 6 pm.
Location: Kitchen Budapest
Do you want to know what we have worked on recently in our workshop?
On the occasion of the annual Budapest Design Week we offer a tasting of exciting projects from our recent eventful period:
Pécs, Hungary, September 26, 2010
Call for participants!
The Lift Conference, founded in 2006 in Geneva, Switzerland is an international series of events exploring the social implications of digital technologies. The newest feature of the conference, Lift @ home aims to extend the geographic scope of the conference enabling the community of Lifters to organize locally and share the experience of inspiring talks and activities that investigate the future of the networked society.
Last chance to play this summer!
As the part of the international Media Facades Festival we are open to the public (online and offline) with two enigmatic Budapest building! You can play with the facades and color the night's of Budapest!
We are preparing the Subjective Atlas of Hungary for which we look for local contributors.
Datafizz will be exhibited at Internet at Liberty 2010: The promise and peril of online free expression conference, co-sponsored by Google and Central European University.
ZER01 in collaboration with xClinic and Pachube.com posted an open call for proposals to create environmental health projects and lifestyle experiments that make use of Pachube. The selected proposal, Beat Your Mouse Movement by Kitchen Budapest, will be featured as part of the Out of the Garage, Into the World program at the 2010 01SJ Biennial.
We participate at the 16th ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Art) which is held in Ruhr Area, Germany between 20-29 August 2010.
The core of the weekend meeting will be a series of workshops presenting the creative possibilities in using new digital technologies. From our part Gabor Papp holds a Fluxus workshop and Melinda Sipos will talk about KIBU and medialabs in general.