In Poland, an Audiovisual Festival "Lab" Helps Creativity Simmer [Gallery+Video]

Sometimes it’s what’s at the margins of the event circuit that’s the most promising. Outside the known names and big-budget pieces, artists are experimenting with audiovisual expression, hacking together projects and improvising with light and sound. And in Europe and other continents, this scene is increasingly expanding beyond the cities once known as hubs – […]

In Poland, an Audiovisual Festival “Lab” Helps Creativity Simmer [Gallery+Video]

Sometimes it’s what’s at the margins of the event circuit that’s the most promising. Outside the known names and big-budget pieces, artists are experimenting with audiovisual expression, hacking together projects and improvising with light and sound. And in Europe and other continents, this scene is increasingly expanding beyond the cities once known as hubs – […]

Peter Kirn - November 27, 2012

Hack Art: How A Discarded BTX Terminal, Found on the Street, Returned to Life

Here, when we talk about salvaging old electronics, we really mean salvaging. The basis of Shechina ex machina by artist and VJ/visualist Kiritan Flux (aka Tobias Frederik Last) was an object found on the street. The way it became a working display again provides a glimpse into how outmoded electronics might live on. The Berlin-based […]

Peter Kirn - November 23, 2012

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