In the Experimental Body Extension Manufacturing Unit (EBEMU) ideas about physical body extensions are explored, and prototypes of ‘Wearable Hybrid Body Augmentations’ partly made from discarded material sources are constructed.
Celebrating it's 10th year, X Media Lab, Australia's most prestigious digital media event, in partnership with Vivid, the College of Fine Arts (UNSW) and ISEA2013, presents KR8V Masterclass Series: Creative Leadership Edition.
Theta Lab is an experimental art research project combining neurofeedback with participatory art, electronic music and ‘slow design’ to explore and document qualities of attention and subjectivity facilitated by Alpha/Theta brainwave biofeedback.
iCinema Scientia Facility, University of New South Wales
Held at UNSW’s iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research, this workshop will give participants experience of, and insight into, state-of-the-art immersive visualisation applications and technologies, including iCinema's AVIE ...
Through guided making, participants will learn to use Mozzi and Arduino to combine sensors with synthesis to make complex, reactive sounds. By the end of the workshop everyone will have created their own responsive sound-generating objects.
Discover the potential of live music sharing over global networks with acoustic or electronic instruments. This workshop will demonstrate and explore the potential of the most recent developments in interactive network music performance practice.
A combination of live installation and performance, Postgender Biomechatronics is an experiment in which participants can attempt to ‘rehabilitate’ their gender defaults through learning practical techniques.
Building on the Echology: Making Sense of Data project of ANAT and Carbon Arts, City Data Slam and Sensing Sydney challenge digital artists to work with real-time data to assist communities, businesses and organisations in reaching the City of Sydney’s Sustainable Sydney 2030 vision
What is the role of art education in an age of ecological crisis and the globalisation of knowledge? This workshop positions transdisciplinary approach as the key towards sustainable, meaningful solutions.
ORTLOS Space Engineering is a transdisciplinary design studio that develops immersive participatory environments and expanded spatial experiences through innovative technological systems and strategies.
Exchange between new media technologies and choreographic practices establishes an innovative set of active inter-relational actions, and thus new relationships between body, agency and embodiment in performance.