[NetBehaviour] Slade Technology Fayre: Timetable

Joe Clark joe.clark.x at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 12:09:37 CEST 2009


Dear All

Please find below, a timetable of activities for next week's Slade
Technology Fayre

Best Regards
Joe

Joe Clark
www.joeclark.eu
www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/technologyfayre/
joe.clark.x at gmail.com
07976585807




Slade Technology Fayre

Slade Research Centre, Woburn Square

Thursday 7th May 5-9pm

note: now evening only. Venue open all day for install. Call
07976585807 for access

Loosely modeled around the format of a science fair, Slade Technology
Fayre is an informal non-hierarchical event, which seeks to gather
skills and experience into the school and escalate the conversation
surrounding work that makes use of technology.

At the Fayre all participants are both teachers and learners. For
people used to presenting work in a critical context this is an
opportunity to take a step back and share information about the
often-invisible activities happening in the computer. For those less
engaged with a critical sphere, the Fayre is an opportunity to get
involved in a discussion about how the work is operating critically as
well as technically
Fayre Timetable
There will be artists showing projects throughout the space all night.
Below are the timetabled talks workshops and performances.
All talks in 20 min slots

5:00 Arrive – Drinks

5:30
Implementation of Google maps API- demonstration- Amanda
Sound reactive visuals with Processing- Talk/ Workshop Oliver Ruellet
Generative Visuals with Ruby- Talk/Workshop Tim Grimshaw

6:30
Musion holographic projection system- Artists who have used the system
talk about their experience with Olive Grigrich from Musion
Arduino for artists (e.g. attaching sensors to a computer)
demonstration by Tinker.it
Video mixing performance and workshop with new hardware mixer VIXID-
Mat Houtellain

7:30
Graffiti Research lab- demonstration of open source technologies for
urban communication
Live coding performance- Dave Griffiths
Audio-Visual performance using an array of sensors responsive to
physical movements- Ryan Jordan

Other artists include:
Steven Dickie, Joe Graham, Patricia Townsend, Thomas Qualman, Tine
Bech, Georgia Chatzivasileiadi, Joe Clark, Paul Magee, Kjartan Abel


Its a Fayre, so of course you can bring something along. Drop me a
line or turn up on the day with your stuff.

Email: joe.clark.x at gmail.com with FAYRE in the subject to get
involved. All welcome.




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