[NetBehaviour] Summer program in Berlin: Art, Surveillance, and openframeworks

Winnie winnie at schoolofma.org
Fri Apr 29 11:59:22 CEST 2016


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Instructor Chris Sugrue with her computer vision-based project 'Delicate
Boundaries'.

School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe
*Call for Applications | Summer 2016 Programs*



*PROGRAM DATES::*

*See Or Be Seen* (topic: Computer Vision): 6 June - 1 July



*Early application deadline: *2* May*

*Regular application deadline:* Program Begin


*info at schoolofma.org <info at schoolofma.org>*

*schoolofma.org* <http://schoolofma.org/>


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Are you curious about repurposing surveillance technology for creative
experimentation?

Excited to make your own creative project, installation, or exhibition?


Join our four-week class on computer vision, surveillance, openframeworks,
and creative expression. Includes personal mentorship, hands-on experience,
and an intensive work environment.


You will walk away with

   - Hands-on experience making interactive audio/visual works with
   openframeworks
   - A  deeper understanding of the technologies behind surveillance and
   how to engage with them in creative and subversive ways
   - An independent creative project for exhibition


Visit our website to learn more and submit an application:
*http://schoolofma.org* <http://schoolofma.org/>.


Based at *ACUD MACHT NEU* <http://acudmachtneu.de/> in Berlin, Mitte.
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