Melinda Sipos, program advisor

Melinda Sipos is a Budapest-based artist and interaction designer. She works currently as program advisor at Kitchen Budapest.

She studied glass design at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, followed by a New Media Design post-graduation course in Paris (École Nationale Superieure de Création Industrielle).
As the program advisor at KIBU she helps foster a collaborative environment by directing cross-disciplinary operations and encouraging an inspiring and productive atmosphere.

smeli's Blog Posts

Beyond Data Book Launch at DEAF'12

Baltan Laboratories and Kitchen Budapest are pleased to launch a new joint publication focusing on their recent collaboration called Beyond Data. The event takes place at the Dutch Electronic Art Festival in Rotterdam on May 18, 2012.

Hint for the weekend: KIBU at Dutch Design Days!

On Sunday, 6th November 2011, the exhibition inspired by the book Subjective Atlas of Hungary is going to open at Európa Pont and the results of the joint KIBU-Baltan Laboratories research project Beyond Data Lab will be presented at WAMP design fair.

“Beyond Data: Baltan-KIBU Temporary Design Lab”

Baltan Laboratories and Kitchen Budapest are collaborating to bring their different working methodologies and networks together in a series of two workshops in which Dutch and Hungarian artists and designers explore new ways of embodying digital data. The first workshop takes place at Kitchen Budapest from 27 September to 1 October 2011.

Artists’ Talk: We Are Forests, Duncan Speakman and Émilie Grenier

Emilie Grenier and Duncan Speakman developed 'We Are Forests' through a shared residency at Pervasive Media Studio, Netherlands Media Arts Institute (Amsterdam, NL), 5daysoff festival (Amsterdam, NL) and Kitchen Budapest (HU). Their talk tonight in Bristol describes the project and the experience of working across multiple European locations, organization and cultures.

Duncan Speakman and Émilie Grenier awarded Cross-European residency

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.