Join us for a series of web conferences featuring talks by our Master in Transdisciplinary New Media Core Lab from October 1-3, 2015. These talks will be hosted by artist Raúl Marroquin during the Barcú Arts and Culture Festival based in Bogotá, Colombia.
The web conferences explore the subject of “Low Tech in Communications” and analyze the possibilities of low technology as an art movement. Low tech artists play an important role in the development of hardware, software, and applications. How are the different ways in which the Core Lab is influenced and inspired by low tech?
Thursday, October 1st – 7:00pm-8:30pm
Low-tech in communications by Klaus Fruchtnis
c o n t e x t by Sanet Stegmann
Perception (Re)defined by Basma Seif
Friday, October 2nd – 7:00pm-8:30pm
Necessity Is the Mother of Lo Tech by Taylor Holland
Demystifying Technology, Self Authorization and Biotech by Helga Jakobson
Point of Departure by Max Franklin
Saturday, October 3rd – 7:00pm-8:30pm
The Art of Google Dream by Andrew Voxakis
Inverting the Narrow Street by Claire Leggett
The Visible Invisible Things by Yongqing Fei
The conferences will be live-streaming at the following address and will be recorded for later viewing on the MTNMTumblr
You can also watch the conferences on Ustream