Dear ADA community.
You are warmly invited to the "#Additivism Residency and Event Series" at Colab, AUT.
March 21 - April 5, 2016 | Colab, AUT City Campus
We are very pleased to bring artist and activist Morehshin Allahyari and writer/artist Daniel Rourke to Auckland to share their extensive project #Additivism with us whilst they continue their own research and practice.
A portmanteau of 'additive manufacturing' and 'activism' #Additivism is a call for the radical rethinking of new technologies like 3D printing, the plastification of the world, and the position of humans within it. http://additivism.org/
Through a series of free public events we invite you to engage in the conversations provoked by #Additivism. http://bit.ly/additivism
Are you interested in joining the forum or panel discussions? Or perhaps you'd like to propose your own engagement with Daniel and Morehshin while they are here on their residency.
March 21 - 24, 2016 | 10am - 4pm daily | Free - Application required
A conceptual workshop focusing on critical perspectives in art, design, activism, post-natural history, and #Additivism, as well as the radical possibilities and critical limitations of 3D printing technology.
March 22, 2016 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm | Free
Morehshin and Daniel will take us on a trip through some of their favourite projects they have discovered on their Additivist journey.
April 4, 2016 | 5:00pm - 6:30pm | Free
Daniel and Moreshin will share their own research and practice in relationship to #Additivism, activism, and critical/poetic approaches to 3D printing followed by a forum with invited guests.
Additivism Artist Talk
April 5, 2016 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm | Free
Morehshin will give a presentation on Material Speculation followed by a panel discussion.
March 21 - April 6, 2016. Colab, AUT.
Daniel and Morehshin will be in residence at Colab working on the forthcoming 3D Additivist Cookbook.
Public Liaison Co-ordinator, Colab
Auckland University of Technology
P 09 921 9566 M 027 246 5332 E harry.silver(a)aut.ac.nz W colab.aut.ac.nz
hi ADAers who might be lurking near Dunedin over the next week?
The Anteroom (Port Chalmers) warmly invites you to two international sound events starting with:
is the duo of Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø (Oslo) and Audrey Chen (Berlin). Audrey Chen's work delves deeply into her own version of narrative and non-linear storytelling. A large component of her music is improvised and her approach to this is extremely personal and visceral.
Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø has an ambiguous relationship with the trombone which has led him to explore both the boisterous and brassy side of the instrument. As well as it's counterpoint in microscopic and 'electronic' sound possibilities. Utilizing a wide spectrum of playing techniques, from pure long tones to noise and the almost inaudible, he often works balancing the intuitive with the precisely constructed.
opening with rotor plus
8pm Friday 5th of February all welcome/gold coin entry
Franziska Baumann, following her event at the Anteroom on Wednesday night, will be speaking on her recent research interests at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery on Thursday the 11th of February from 12.30-1.30.
Franziska Baumann is a lecturer at the Berne University of Music where she teaches improvisation - composition in the field of classical music, jazz, vocal performance and media arts. And she is a professor for voice training and contemporary vocal music at the Théatre Musical department.
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foundation is looking for someone (possibly fulltime) to help us change
knowledge production forever (http://coko.foundation).
Any suggestions welcome...