24 hours of cycling in Budapest

Kitchen Budapest and UrbanCyclr teamed up to untangle the invisible pattern of bike traffic in Budapest. 100.000 kilometers of biking routes collected from individual bikers are overlaid on the city map. All distortions of the map reflect higher biking activity in the respective area of the city. 24h map animation reveals the daily biking patterns of a growing community of urban bikers in Budpest.

Beyond Data workshop at Lift conference

Today Bálint Ferenczi and Attila Bujdosó run 'Beyond Data' workshop on data embodiment at the great Lift conference in Geneva, Switzerland.

Subjective Atlas of Hungary - international launch in Amsterdam and Brussels

Subjective Atlas of Hungary will be launched internationally on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 at the Lloyd HotelAmsterdam.

On Thursday, 20 October 2011 there will be a special evening at WIELS, Brussels, featuring the Subjective Atlas series, including the Hungarian edition.

SubMap wins Design Award 2011!

We are more than delighted to hear that our SubMap project wins the Hungarian Design Award 2011 in the category of Interactive Design.

“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.

KIBU projects featured in A Touch of Code

German publisher, Gestalten has published A Touch of Code which features two projects by Kitchen Budapest: Multi-touch and Landprint.

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.

Kibu catalogue 2011

Beside presenting our life from 2007 till present the new Kitchen Budapest catalogue has an additional speciality which encourages you to play.

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.

About KIBU in Lublin, Poland

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.

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