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==='''20-22 Food and Discussions'''===
==='''20-22 Food and Discussions'''===
Revision as of 08:22, 22 March 2019
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We have several invited guests coming through Zurich and are hosting a day of experimentation and discussions in Shedhalle. Hackteria has always been focusing strongly 2 things: the development of new workshop concepts and establishing a global collaborative network. With this in mind we have planned a series of research visits by interesting practitioners working in the field of bioart, new media, food & fermentation culture. The goal of these visits is to establish a collaborative interaction phase with local artists from Switzerland (mostly in Zurich) and invite a public audience for interesting interactions.
Date & Location
Sunday 31. March 2019
Shedhalle, Rote Fabrik Zürich. As part of their special Program "Ihr bringt die Schaufeln, wir haben den Sand", a series of interventions from 24. Feb - 1. May
15-18 Hackteria OpenLab Experiments
Kombuchas, Microscopes, Slimes'n'Lasers and "Make Your Own CRISPR-Babies"
18-20 Guest Presentations
TeZ & Gaudi: Preview of their upcoming research activities
“For this year I want to do more of the beautiful things again. So for me this is in the direction of bio-feedback systems, aura imaging, experiments with water and photons, DNA... I have got some ideas there.” - Urs Gaudenz, 2019
Alanna is an Artist-in-Residence at Utopiana, our program partner in Geneva, Feb-April and visits Zurich to collaborate with our local Hackteria community.
Attentning the Biohackingclass 101 by Josiah Zayner [] we are currently learning a lot about synthetic biology creating our own agar plates and talk more about bioethics. The classes are online available and there are many guest speakers like Pr.Dr. George Church [] mit Baggenstoss/Rudolf, Maya Minder, Oliver Walkhoff, Claudia Rupprecht
20-22 Food and Discussions
TeZ aka Maurizio Martinucci (IT/NL)
Maurizio Martinucci (aka TeZ) is an Italian interdisciplinary artist and independent researcher, living and working in Amsterdam, who has collaborated with, amongst others, Adi Newton, Scanner, Kim Cascone, Saverio Evangelista, Taylor Deupree, Sonia Cillari, Chris Salter, Honor Harger, Luca Spagnoletti and Domenico Sciajno. He uses technology as a means to explore perceptual effects and the relationship between sound, light and space. He focuses primarily on generative compositions with spatialized sound for live performances and installations. In his works he adopts custom developed software and hardware, featuring original techniques of sonification and visualization to investigate and magnify subtle vibrational phenomena. In recent years his research has extended to the ideation and creation of specific architectural structures and unconventional sound and light propagation methods to enhance immersivity and multisensory perception. TeZ is also the brainfather of the ‘Optofonica’ platform for Synesthetic Art-Science, located in Amsterdam.
Alanna Lynch (CA/DE)
Alanna Lynch (CA/DE), a performance artist working with organisms, textiles and research, draws on a varied background in biology, psychology and activism. Her work explores how affects, in particular those associated with feelings of fear and disgust, are constructed and the aesthetics surrounding them. She holds a BA in Psychology from Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal, a Master of Library and Information Studies from McGill University in Montreal and an MFA from Valand Academy in Gothenburg. She has exhibited and performed internationally and recent awards include the Eric Ericson Foundation Grant (2015, Sweden) and the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt Scholarship (2016). She is currently a visiting lecturer at Kunsthochschule Weißensee and a member of the collective Scent Club Berlin.