Digital Design Weekend 2017

Digital Design Weekend London

Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Großbritannien
23.-24. September 2017

Das Digital Design Weekend ermöglicht es KünstlerInnen, DesignerInnen, IngenieurInnen, TechnologInnen und die Öffentlichkeit, gemeinsam gegenwärtige digitale Kunst und Design zu erleben. Eine große Vielfalt an Pop-up-Installationen, Robotik, kreative Elektronik, Vorträgen, Workshops und familienfreundliche Events steht auf dem Programm.

Es ist bereits das zweite Mal, dass Ars Electronica dafür eine Reihe von KünstlerInnen ausgewählt hat, die ihre Arbeit persönlich bei der V&A präsentieren werden.

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Featured Artists

Program

Book Launch: Bridging Open Borders

Friday 22 September, 6.30pm – 8.30 pm, ACF London
An evening of performances to celebrate the launch of the V&A’s Digital Design Weekend and its publication Bridging Open Borders. With performances by Leo Peschta, Davide Bevilacqua and prazlab.

Let’s Walk and Talk

Saturday 23, 5pm & Sunday 24, 12pm, ACF London
Meet the artists and curators while walking! Starting at the V&A Grand Entrance join curators Manuela Naveau (Ars Electronica Linz) and Irini Papadimitrou (V&A / Digital Design Weekend) in a guided walk to the ACF London for performances, workshops, talks and drinks with artists.

Robotic Intervention and Sound Performances

Saturday 23, 5.30pm, ACF London
Davide Bevilacqua will present Ursuppe, a sound performance
originally realized in collaboration with Alberto Boem and based on a biocybernetic system consisting of a series of insect-shaped analog sound devices electrically connected to a mixture of organic materials. Leo Peschta presents a robotic intervention of single track drum computers.

Workshop: Handcrafting the Digital

Sunday 24, 11am – 12.30pm, ACF London
Join artist Irene Posch for a workshop exploring tools for the use of  textiles in the production of digital technologies.

17:40-18:40

Robotic Sculpture by Leo Peschta (2016), ACF London
17:40-18:40 is a kinetic sculpture that, by changing its form, reflects the recorded movement of a person through the city. Between 5:40pm – 6:40pm the artist went for an hour through the city of Vienna and recorded his route with his smartphone.

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