Andreas Broeckmann on 5 Oct 2000 07:03:35 -0000

[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

[Nettime-bold] DEAF: Creative Kernels workshop, 16 Nov., Rotterdam

Deaf 00  nov. 16th 2000  14:00-19:00 Encart  V2_Lab
Workshop Creative Kernels

**Reservations required.
**Contact Anne Nigten <>

Creative Kernels aims to inform and discuss recent software developments
(and work in progress) in the field of the arts.

Art productions, performances, creative events and cultural content often
imply demands on functionality that requires specific software and hardware
other then the main stream software packages can offer. In the workshop
Creative Kernels special emphases will be set on:

- Exchange of research and development in the field of creative software
- The possibilities and consequences of 'open source' in the field of
creative software development from both a developers perspective and an
artistic perspective.

 Artists who consider the programmed code being a crucial part of their
work will present and comment their work. The creators of significant art
related software products would present their work, talk about it and
exchange concepts, knowledge and future scenarios.

 Several cutting edge hands-on demonstrations will be given during a person
to person exchange session.

 In the final session of the workshop interoperability and open source for
art and creative software development will be discussed among the audience
and a panel of experts.
 Artists, designers, software engineers, etc. are welcome to join the
presentations and discussions hosted by Encart and V2_Lab.

 Presentations / demonstrations:
 Crack: Alexander Tuchacek, Christian Hübler / Knowbotic research (G)
 Fuidiom: Gerald de Jong  / Beautiful code (NL)
 J-max: Francois Dechelle  / Ircam (Fr), Geert Mul  / Artist (NL), Carlo
Prelz  / V2_Lab (NL)
 Keystroke: Sher Doruff  / Society of old and new media / Steim (NL)
 MM-base: Erwin Blom  / VPRO (NL)
 Ultra son tracking system:  / C3 (H)
 Matrix: Volker Christian  / Ars Electronica Centre (A)
 Sanner: Christian Ziegler (G)
 SmallFish: Masaki Fujihata / artist (J) Wolfgang Muench / software
developer (G) t.b.c.
 V2_os: Artyom Bakuiski / V2_Lab (NL)

 Discussion panel:
 a.o.: Erwin Blom VPRO (NL), Geert Mul (NL), Alexander Tuchacek (G),
Francois Dechelle (Fr), Tom de Meijer (NL), Wolfgang Muench (G)

 Horst Höntner, manager of the Ars Electronica Future Lab. The Future lab
is specialised in design and realization of VR environments in artistic and
scientific (research) projects . The concept and design competence of the
Future lab brings forward work in the arias of Virtual Environments, Media
Studio and Interactive Computing.

 Info on Encart can be found at:
 info on the V2_Lab can be found at:
 info on DEAF can be found at:

Nettime-bold mailing list