Mais que font 65 hackers, makers, artistes, musiciens et autres techno-explorateurs au milieu des montagnes slovènes ? Makery fait les présentations.
Published 12 September 2020 by Dare Pejić
The PIFcamp 2020, organised in the Upper Soča valley, Triglav National Park, was this year restricted to 35 participants invited to tinker, hack and further develop their practice.
Published 12 August 2020 by Dare Pejić
At this year’s PIFcamp, Ljubljana-based artist Tilen Sepič worked side-by-side with artist Luka Frelih, also a programmer and head of Ljudmila, Art and Science Laboratory.
Published 11 August 2020 by Cherise Fong
As the 6th edition of PIFcamp basked in Soča, Slovenia on August 2-8, 2020, Andrew Quitmeyer gave an online workshop from his Dinalab in Gamboa, Panama to build an interactive ant farm.
Published 10 August 2019 by Marie Albert
Tina Malina & Uros Veber are the two co-organisers behind PIFcamp. They share with Makery their experience and vision of hacking camps.
Published 10 August 2019 by Petra Tihole
Another day at PIFcamp in beautiful Soča valley in Julian Alps. Today PIFcamp opens its doors for visitors in their traditional "Open Saturday" of demonstrations, installations and performances.
Published 5 August 2019 by la rédaction
International summer hacking camp PIFcamp is returning to the beautiful Soča village in pristine Triglav National Park for the fifth time on August 4–10, 2019.
Published 8 October 2018 by Uros Veber
The fourth edition of PIFcamp in the Slovenian Alps congregated this year around the neologist theme of “nerdture”. A hackfest of nature, technology, art and knowledge.
Published 4 November 2021 by la rédaction
MakersXchange is conducting in-depth interviews of makers about mobility, good practices for social inclusion and skills development. Meet Olivia Kotsifa from SYN Fab Lab.
Published 20 October 2021 by Ewen Chardronnet
Projekt Atol was hosting Modul@rnice by Bernhard Rasinger (New Jörg) and Václav Peloušek (Bastl Instruments) in Ljubljana. Makery discussed the project with Tina Dolinšek (Projekt Atol) and Václav Peloušek.
Published 5 February 2021 by Regine Debatty
Maggie Kane, is interviewed by curator and critic Régine Debatty about systems of mutual aid, her work with Free99Fridge, and the upcoming class Modelling for Mutual Aid.
Published 21 January 2021 by Cherise Fong
Not to be outdone by the ongoing pandemic, which had already twice canceled their original 2020 artist co-residency in Slovenia, experimental musician MAG and e-textile designer Mika came together this winter to create their own intimate Feral Lab residency in the Swedish countryside.
Published 23 October 2020 by la rédaction
As part of MakersXchange, the EU project on mobility programs for makers, Makery interviews Tina Dolinšek, project coordinator at Projekt Atol and co-founder of PIFcamp in Slovenia.
Published 3 April 2020 by la rédaction
Makery has been in high demand since the start of the lockdown to relay information on the initiatives of makers and biohackers against Covid-19. We need your support to meet this challenge.
Published 22 August 2019 by Marie Albert
John Richards, aka Dirty Electonics, shares his views on PIFcamp 2019, hacking and participatory projects.
Published 20 August 2019 by Dare Pejić
Makery talked with Majken Overgaard from Catch and Laura Beloff from the Copenhagen IT University, the main organizers of the Summer camp 2019, happening between 12-16 August in Elsinore, Denmark.
Published 7 August 2019 by la rédaction
Life is intense at hacking PIFcamp in pristine Triglav National Park, Slovenia. Makery is embedded until its final Open Day on August 10, in Soča village on the river of the same name. Days 3 and 4.
Published 2 August 2019 by Dare Pejić
Scott Kildall, new media artist based in San Francisco, works in the intersection between art and technology for more than 15 years.
Published 18 July 2019 by Marie Albert
From Summerlab in Nantes, France, to PIFcamp in the Soča valley of Slovenia, PiNG team member Mona Jamois shares her experiences and recipes for a successful summer camp.
Published 30 June 2019 by Cherise Fong
Ahead of the 2nd Digital Naturalism Conference in Gamboa, Panama in August 2019, Makery spoke with instigator Andy Quitmeyer about the origins of Dinacon, Dinalab and the whole DiNa movement.