Representing Taiwan at the 58th Venice Biennale, artist Shu Lea Cheang tackles the issues of incarceration for sex crimes and the “digital prison” of our smart technologies.
Published 6 June 2019 by Maxence Grugier
Awarded at Shenzhen Design Week 2019, Maxime Aumon’s “Porte Nef” is a surrealist, even dadaist, human adventure, in the form of a plurimedia work.
Published 5 June 2019 by Rob La Frenais
Makery spoke to the organisers of the Train Camp that goes by train this week to the Green Culture festival in Montenegro.
Published 5 June 2019 by la rédaction
Where to go this summer? Makery made a selection of summer camps&schools in Europe for 2019. 30 summer destinations from South Portugal to Subarctic Lapland, from West France to Istanbul.
Published 22 May 2019
The Prix Ars Electronica is the oldest award in the field of electronic, interactive art and computer animation and is being bestowed since 1987.
Published 20 May 2019 by Dare Pejić
Makery was in correspondence with the main organizers of the Catch Summer Camp 2019, happening between 12-16 August in Elsinore, Denmark.
Published 19 May 2019 by Cherise Fong
This year, the radically self-reliant Black Rock City in the Nevada desert will face a new challenge: top-down, tone-deaf intervention. Yet, inner passion still prevails in the voices of Burning Man past and present.
Published 15 May 2019 by Ewen Chardronnet
At the 2019 Venice Biennale, whistleblowing artist Marko Peljhan’s System 317 calls attention to the rise of hypersonic weapons.
Published 14 May 2019 by la rédaction
We discussed Schmiede with Rüdiger Wassibauer, one of the festival's co-founders, who announced this year's open call and presented FeralAIR, their new residency programme.
Published 7 May 2019 by Dare Pejić
The buzz around the legendary sound synthesizer EMS Synthi 100 of former Yugoslavia is still going strong since the instrument was restored in 2018. Svetlana Maraš shares her experience with Synthi.
Published 6 May 2019 by Benjamin Cadon
Hack The Earth 2019 took place on April 19-22, organized by the Catalonian colony of Calafou—where liberating fantasies weave desirable futures.
Published 6 May 2019 by Ludmila Postel
Listening to birdsong at sunrise around the world, for 24 hours. In Marseille, deletere and Locus Sonus hosted a Soundcamp within the grounds of a convent.
Published 3 May 2019 by Ewen Chardronnet
Sandra and Gaspard Bébié-Valérian explore issues related to the environment, energy, food, natural and hyperindustrial resources and the constituent powers of our society.
Published 2 May 2019 by Jean-Jacques Valette
Sustainable and easy to repair, Liter of Light lamps are a model of open source technology for human development. Low-tech Lab came to study this example on its world tour of frugal innovation.
Published 29 April 2019 by Marie Albert
The new Science Gallery London presents “Spare Parts”, an exhibition about repairing the human body and manipulating living things, through May 12.
Published 23 April 2019 by Cherise Fong
The Ecuadorian Mashpi bioreserve reconciles luxury ecotourism, natural conservation and local ecology. An exemplary project in an extraordinary location. Makery went on site.
Published 23 April 2019 by Hannah Rogers
The Bioart Society has already been exploring the subarctic territory for the past ten years from the Kilpisjärvi station. Erich Berger presents the Field Notes program and a new call for 2019.
Published 15 April 2019 by Marie Albert
From March 30 to April 7, the art&tech STRP festival took over a former Philips factory in Eindhoven. Report from the 2019 edition, dedicated to exploring scenarios for a positive future.