1. VADEA NSW Conference 2015

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    Keynote Speakers including Emeritus Professor Neil Brown, Associate Professor David Darts and Dr Karen Maras

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    • BALTAN SOLAR GRAFFITI - David Darts & Jason Eppink

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      The ‘Art-RePublic series’ is inspired by contemporary psychogeography, a concept originally developed during the 1950s by a Paris-based collective called the Letterist International. Founding member Guy Debord described psychogeography as “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals” (Debord, 1955). A more contemporary definition of psychogeography includes any combination of playful and inventive strategies for exploring the urban environment that inspire renewed critical awareness of our cultural, mental and urban landscapes.Through the Solar Graffiti Workshop led by David Darts and Jason Eppink, participants will be introduced to public space art and will work together to transform Eindhoven into an urban laboratory for creative experimentation. Participants create site-specific solar-powered installations of light and projection. Using inexpensive off-the-shelf electronics and other household items, participants will design and produce light projections and sculptures, and install them in the urban environment. As part of the workshop, a dedicated artwork will be developed for the new gallery space MU at Strijp-S.The focus will be on producing light installations for display in and around the city. Specific topics of study will include circuit bending and basic electronics and design work. Participants will experiment with the creative customization of electronic devices and will explore the interplay of darkness and light, and image and text. Public space installation techniques will also be demonstrated and discussed. Suitable for: beginners to intermediate. Past experience working with electronics or public space art is encouraged but not a requirement. Workshop materials and tools will be provided though attendees should bring a laptop. Check our website for updates! www.baltanlaboratories.org About the artists: David Darts http://daviddarts.com is an artist, designer, and creative coder. He is Associate Professor and Chair of the New York University Art Department. His work focuses on the convergences between contemporary art and design, technology, and democracy. Darts is Curatorial Director of Conflux , the annual art and technology festival for the creative exploration of public space in New York. Jason Eppink http://jasoneppink.com engages in public space magic, open source scheming, moving image mischief, photon reappropriation, and linguistic subterfuge. Eppink creates interactive experiences, curates exhibitions, and throws raging art parties as the Assistant Curator of Digital Media at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.

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      • The Future of Offline Filesharing - Aram Bartholl and David Darts

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        Video by OddOne A 3-Day Masterclass during Dutch Technology Week with Aram Bartholl and David Darts June 6-8, 2012, Strijp-S, Eindhoven, NL Aram Bartholl, Dead Drop, flickr.com/photos/bartholl/5126739968/in/set-72157625142951009/ In the era of growing Internet surveillance, filtering, ACTA, 3-strikes and censorship, offline data sharing is becoming more and more important for freedom of communication. Centred around the projects Dead Drops by Aram Bartholl and PirateBox by David Darts, this masterclass aims to find more and new ways to share data in an offline mode. What is the best way to send a file to a friend? How can I store data anonymously in public space? What are the best components to build up a local offline sharing grid? Will animals play a role in the future of offline filesharing? Participants explored these questions and learned everything they need to know from Aram and David to make their own Dead Drops and PirateBoxes. They will also create their own new ideas for offline filesharing and experiment with them around the Strijp-S terrain in Eindhoven.

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        • THE FUTURE OF OFFLINE FILESHARING

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          THE FUTURE OF OFFLINE FILESHARING 06/06/2012 to 08/06/2012 A 3-Day Masterclass during Dutch Technology Week with Aram Bartholl and David Darts June 6-8, 2012 Strijp-S, Eindhoven, NL A collaboration between STRP, MU and Baltan Laboratories In the era of growing Internet surveillance, filtering, ACTA, 3-strikes and censorship, offline data sharing is becoming more and more important for freedom of communication. Centred around the projects Dead Drops by Aram Bartholl and PirateBox by David Darts, this masterclass aims to find more and new ways to share data in an offline mode. What is the best way to send a file to a friend? How can I store data anonymously in public space? What are the best components to build up a local offline sharing grid? Will animals play a role in the future of offline filesharing? Participants will explore these questions and learn everything they need to know from Aram and David to make their own Dead Drops and PirateBoxes. They will also create their own new ideas for offline filesharing and experiment with them around the Strijp-S terrain in Eindhoven.

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          • THE FUTURE OF OFFLINE FILESHARING

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            THE FUTURE OF OFFLINE FILESHARING 06/06/2012 to 08/06/2012 A 3-Day Masterclass during Dutch Technology Week with Aram Bartholl and David Darts June 6-8, 2012 Strijp-S, Eindhoven, NL A collaboration between STRP, MU and Baltan Laboratories Aram Bartholl, Dead Drop, http://www.flickr.com/photos/bartholl/5126739968/in/set-72157625142951009/ In the era of growing Internet surveillance, filtering, ACTA, 3-strikes and censorship, offline data sharing is becoming more and more important for freedom of communication. Centred around the projects Dead Drops by Aram Bartholl and PirateBox by David Darts, this masterclass aims to find more and new ways to share data in an offline mode. What is the best way to send a file to a friend? How can I store data anonymously in public space? What are the best components to build up a local offline sharing grid? Will animals play a role in the future of offline filesharing? Participants will explore these questions and learn everything they need to know from Aram and David to make their own Dead Drops and PirateBoxes. They will also create their own new ideas for offline filesharing and experiment with them around the Strijp-S terrain in Eindhoven.

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            • art is

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              Antoine Moreau, "art is", avril 2012. Avec David Darts, le 15 mars 2012, séminaire Art&Flux, Paris. Musique : Brynet, "Free speech" feat. klarin, in album "Ein pferd weiss wenig", 2007, copyleft Licence Art Libre. Copyleft : this video is free, you can copy it, distribute it and modify it according to the terms of the Free Art License http://artlibre.org

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