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.
We run a workshop for architecture students of Budapest University of Technology and Economics between 16 and 20 April 2012. The main focus is put on The Village House in Budapest which was built in 1970. The building, with its 886 flats and 315m length, counts as the largest apartment building in Hungary.
During the 5-days workshop we will explore relations between place and community, trust networks, invisible networks, 2d and embodied datavisualizations as well as community engagement platforms and games. We will map wireless networks invisible in the building, create a 2d or spatial visualization of it and explore its inlaying potential in contributing to building a sense of community.
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.
In partnership with Ecowizer (www.ecowizer.com), Kitchen Budapest organized a two-day workshop (May 5-6.) to inspire, brainstorm about, and create concepts of new eco-solutions that hold the promise of helping people and businesses reduce their negative environmental impact.
From 24-28 January we are participating at Labtolab meeting III. organized by Constant in Brussels.
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.
We participate at the 16th ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Art) which is held in Ruhr Area, Germany between 20-29 August 2010.