What can we learn/what are the expectations from media-labs?
Our round-table session is open to the public!
LABtoLAB first meeting session is happening this week at Kitchen Budapest. In these days we are working on examining today's media-lab practices, explore differences and common things, self-define and analyze context.
Your are welcome to join our discussion at 5PM on Thursday 10th 2009 at Kitchen Budapest.
Meet LABtoLAB participants and invited guests.
A guy is holding a smartphone in his hand broadcasting a live video directly from the mobile. He was Pouria, part of Bambuser team, and we met him on NEXT 6. festival at denmark in April this year.
The event is public, everyone is welcome!
Place: Kitchen Budapest
Time: 18.00 Thursday 26 November 2009
We're really proud to spread the world that many KIBU researchers got accepted to prestigious art&technology courses around the world. Congratulations!
- Gina Haraszti at Film Production MFA, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
- Andras Sly Szalai at Design Interaction Royal College of Arts, London
- Dániel Feles> at Media Design Department Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest
- Eszter Ozsvald is wanted at Interactiv Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of Art, New York, USA, Art and Technology Department, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, USA, Master of Research in Digital Media Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK
- Dávid Lakatos> at Tangible Media Research Group, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
- Irma Földényi - man and Humanity program, Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- Judit Boros - Master of Science in Product-Service-System Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
LIFT@austria | Enable! happened in Vienna on March 18-20, 2010. The three day convention has brought together people, organizations, and networks to elaborate and work on the question what does the concept of Enabling mean in various contexts and domains of (game-changing) innovation.
Kitchen Budapest participated a symposium entitled Creative Digital Media Research Practice: Production Through Exhibition. The 2-days symposium was hosted by Culture Lab, Newcastle University and took place during AV Festival 10, a biennial international festival of electronic arts, which took place from 5-14 March 2010.
Wired.com featured LANdelion among other highlight projects of Kinetica Art Fair.
See the full article: Sound, Lights, Robots Invade London’s Kinetica Art Fair.
Kinetica Art Fair 2010
On 4th February 2010 the international, thematic exhibition, Kinetica Art Fair, will open for the second time in London. KIBU researchers developed two kinetic installations: LANdelion, a blow-sensitive dandelion, and POP, a set of playful lamps capable of learning