Author of “A Hacker Manifesto” and “Gamer Theory”, McKenzie Wark has responded to our questions post-Transmediale on his hacktivist theory for the Anthropocene.
Published 3 February 2015 by Cherise Fong
YCAM in Yamaguchi opens its media arts production to prototyping and open source, beginning with its in-house fablab, Edu Lab.
Published 3 February 2015 by Carine Claude
Impossible to know what you're really eating? Biohackers and start-ups are making prototypes to decode our food.
Published 3 February 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
(Français) Retour en images sur la 1ère édition du Bricole it Yourself, avec une imprimante 3D manuelle, un hack synthétiseur, le suicide d'une cassette VHS, un filtre à particules...
Published 2 February 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
The 2015 Transmediale, from January the 28th until February the 1st, in Berlin, brought together the planet of media studies, artists, theorists, hackers around the theme "Capture All".
Published 2 February 2015 by Caroline Grellier
The designer Caroline Grellier keeps the diary of her project of viticulture by-products upgrading. Her Cooperative is now doubly incubated by Agro Valo Méditerranée and Alter’Incub.
Published 27 January 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Security, documentation… here are a few basic pin-ups for your fab space.
Published 27 January 2015 by Nicolas Barrial
Just few days after Google has dropped its Glass on the shelfs of projects X, Microsoft announced a headset that displays virtual contents in real life: the HoloLens.
Published 27 January 2015 by Carine Claude
The most country-style French fablab closed down in Néons-sur-Creuse, Indre department. Olivier Chambon, co-founder, explains why a lab colses down.
Published 27 January 2015 by la rédaction
Outburst against the « popularity » of fablab projects (the possibility of doing rather than doing) by Grégory Chatonsky, the French pioneer of net-art.
Published 23 January 2015 by Damien Bourniquel
For his third WYHIWYS (What You Hear Is What You See) column, hacker artist, created a mash-up of 36 videos in homage to the victims of the January 2015 attacks in Paris.
Published 20 January 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Stamp, coffee cup, keyboard... a few everyday professional objects achievable in 3D printing.
Published 20 January 2015 by Cherise Fong
A visit to Kyushu, better known for its natural hot springs (from volcanic sand to melting mud to boiling waters), which also has its own reserve of digital hot spots.
Published 19 January 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
Chinese artist and designer Li Yu was at La Paillasse (biohackerspace, Paris) for a new stage of her poetic and crazy “Space Seed” project. Interview.
Published 19 January 2015 by Carine Claude
Urbolienne, the first urban open source micro wind turbine, could soon be the next big thing in domestic renewable energy.
Published 19 January 2015 by Caroline Grellier
The Italian Francesco Pacelli’s Hoop project recycles food waste, especially coffee, to make material close to ceramic for 3D printing.
Published 13 January 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
Will 3D printing save us from graceless charms and misshapen characters? Not so sure…
Published 13 January 2015 by la rédaction
What does 2015 have in store for digital fabrication and labs ? Experts, futurologists, fabmanagers and other DIY coders answered this question for Makery (part 2).
Published 12 January 2015 by Laurent Catala
Two Dutch artists imagine a kiss-portrait from a headset with electrodes, algorithms and participation from the public.
Published 8 January 2015 by Quentin Chevrier
An overview of initiatives and support to #JeSuisCharlie movement by labs across France.