In ‘Extraterrestrial - The First Sign of Intelligent Life beyond Earth’, Avi Loeb, former chair of the astronomy department at Harvard University, confirms that the mysterious first interstellar object to be detected, `Oumuamua, could be a sign of extraterrestial life. Review.
Published 16 February 2021 by Maya Minder
Artist and designer Fara Peluso speaks about deterioration, decomposition, symbiosis and running out of time. A novel approach to speculative design thinking.
Published 17 December 2020 by Rob La Frenais
Tiny Mining is a mineral exploration co-operative and community committed to the open source exploitation of the interior of the human body for rare earth and other mineral resources.
Published 3 November 2020 by Rob La Frenais
In the last years of the ’60s two extraordinary experiments happening in London, the Drury Lane Arts Lab and the New London Arts Lab are the subject of a new book by David Curtis - ‘London’s Arts Labs and the 60’s Avant-Garde’.
Published 13 October 2020 by la rédaction
Makery went to Hallein (Austria), where the annual Schmiede Festival took place in the huge buildings of the city's former salt factory. Second part of our report in pictures.
Published 29 September 2020 by la rédaction
Makery went to Hallein (Austria), where the annual Schmiede Festival took place in the huge buildings of the city's former salt factory.
Published 22 September 2020 by Roland Fischer
Report by Roland Fischer from Symbiont.space in Basel on the ArtLabo Retreat summer camp that took place this August on the Island of Batz, France.
Published 16 September 2020 by Rob La Frenais
Sharpen your thorns and you will travel safely! How a Traveling Plant challenged the restrictions of a post-virus Ars Electronica.
Published 1 September 2020 by Rob La Frenais
After Palermo in 2018, Manifesta organises its thirteen edition in Marseille, in the context of a year marked by Covid-19. For the first time organised in France, Manifesta will last until November 29.
Published 8 May 2020 by Rob La Frenais
The independent curator and critic Rob La Frenais runs the "Future of Transportation" group on Facebook. New chronicle about mobility after the lockdown.
Published 28 April 2020 by Denis Roio
New correspondance on proximity-tracing with Denis Roio aka Jaromil from Dyne.org.
Published 26 April 2020 by Rob La Frenais
Independent curator and critic Rob La Frenais runs the "Future of Transportation" group on Facebook. He writes in Makery his thoughts about mobility after the lockdown.
Published 17 April 2020 by Denis Roio
Denis Roio aka Jaromil shares here his further thinkings about the development of an ethical contact-tracing solution.
Published 16 April 2020 by Denis Roio
Feeding the debate on proximity-tracing during Covid-19 pandemia, Denis Roio, aka Jaromil from Dyne.org, challenges some polarizing beliefs forming around the concepts of privacy and urgency.
Published 9 April 2020 by la rédaction
In France, the mobilization of makers and fablabs against Covid-19 is unprecedented, but they are left to liaise directly with health care workers and civil society.
Published 7 April 2020 by Cherise Fong
As Oki Wonder Lab gleefully camps out in Okinawa, most Hackterians are stuck indoors. An online KitchenLab hosted live from Helsinki offered an entertaining glimpse of localized baking, while other experiments are fermenting and distilling across the global network.
Published 30 March 2020 by Céliane Svoboda
Documentary filmmaker Renaud Barret followed several young artists in Kinshasa. His film “System K” was released in January.
Published 30 March 2020 by Cherise Fong
Oki Wonder Lab just may be the most remote un-disciplinary DIYbio camp going on in the world right now. Hackteria’s latest event is currently taking place in Okinawa.
Published 17 March 2020 by Felipe Fonseca
In the context of the OpenDoTT project seeking to develop a more trustworthy Internet of Things, the specific topic of Felipe Fonseca research is Smart Cities. Fonseca is currently at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee and will join Berlin this summer at the Mozilla Foundation. Second logbook of his research.
Published 13 March 2020 by Felipe Fonseca
In the context of the OpenDoTT project seeking to develop a more trustworthy Internet of Things, the specific topic of Felipe Fonseca research is that of the so-called Smart Cities. Felipe Fonseca is currently at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee and will join Berlin this summer at the Mozilla Foundation. First logbook of his research.