TeZ introducing hackteria’s DIY microscope, 15-17. Nov 2016 hosted at Academie Minerva Groningen. and the obligatory field-trip hunting for tardigrades and other microscopic beasts! … and they found one!
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As part of the Hackterialab 2014 Yogyakarta Dissemination Phase, hackteria is co-hosting a waterhackathon, open and free to the public, that will be held 6, 7 June 2014 at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. This is a satellite program of the 2014 Tech4Dev International Conference UNESCO Chair in Technologies for Development: What is Essential?, where Denisa […]
Find more detailed information on the wiki Veranstaltungsreihe “Hackteria: Biologische Kunst – Wissenschaft, Natur und Biohacking” Organisiert von Marc Dusseiller und Hackteria, in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Kunstverein Schaffhausen. Sämtliche Veranstaltung finden statt im Vortragssaal des Museum zu Allerheiligen, Schaffhausen. Im Rahmen der Veranstaltungsreihe “Hackteria: Biologische Kunst – Wissenschaft, Natur und Biohacking” im Museum zu Allerheiligen, […]
Do-it-yourself microscopy has proven to be a perfect medium for dipping into a couple of key concepts, fundamental methods and relevant discourses with new media students. In my class at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar during the winter term 2012/2013 the given task was to build a cheap (affordable would be an understatement) microscope. The task also […]
From a recent workshop at Media Art & Design Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, by Max Neupert. Download microscopy_view
In end of January, lifepatch are invited to participate in Senja Art Exhibition. The organizer asked us to do a workshop and performance for this event. From lifepatch, manticore (Iyok), Joan Prahara Bumi and me did a little jamming session for the session, with Dusjagr joining us for the fun with his classic DIY instruments […]
A while ago, Urs Gaudenz made Hackteria’s Laser-cuts Microscopy Stages and sent 2 of these kits to Indonesia. One of the kit ended up in UGM Microbiology Lab – Faculty of Agriculture and the other one ended up in lifepatch. Titarubi, a fellow friend of us in Indonesia noticed our activities geek-ing around with DIY […]