~WE ARE NOW OPEN
INTK is a commutiny based plateaux in Utrecht with an unfinished manifesto. A meeting place and lab for fluid collaborative experiments exploring the intersection of ART, TECHNOLOGY and SOCIETY.
It was possible to beam to the walls of 2 universities:
It's not that kind of winner.
"It's not that kind of software" wins first prize in the third edition of the competition "ARTE 2.0 VOCENTO: the art of exhibiting art online." The winning proposal "Everybody is a curator" challenges current hierarchies in the art world and explores alternative forms of interaction and participation among the general public. The prize will be received during ARCO Madrid 2011.
In-between @ Louis Hartlooper Complex, Utrecht
One of Özalp Eröz great projects involved personalizing a street lamp by empowering passerby's with the possibility to turn it on and off. Pure open urban design.
I like it.
The only public space is the private one.
"Here I Web": Workshop outcome
"It is pretty amazing that a person invites 10 more or less strangers to his house and spends a whole day teaching them things."
We are back to Bristol for an entirely different reason.
We are presenting at ISEA Conference. Come and say "Hello world!".
We are off to Gijon, Laboral and It's not that kind of holidays.
~~ BookFace comments on talk @Laboral~~~~
Read an online review about beamit:
it's not that kind of QueeN!
It's not everyday that you have the pleasure to meet someone brilliant. Today was our lucky day. Please meet Kars Alfrink, an interaction designer that you might want to keep your eyes on. Check his work at whatsthehubbub.nl
INTK online and onsite.
"Participation is beautiful, but is a lot of work."
"If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want to be Part of Your Revolution"
"Software art" is not art.
[According to the Dutch tax office.]
Catherine Matos Portfolio
Control your means of encounter.
"If video games influenced us, the Pacman generation will be running in dark rooms, eating pills and listening to repetitive music."
"Doe maar gewoon, dan doe je al gek genoeg."