From a hippy festival in rural East Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall to its current edition in the former headquarters of the Stasi, Werkleitz has come a long way.
Published 8 June 2021 by Rob La Frenais
The STRP (pronounced "Strype") Festival opened in the Strijp-S area of Eindhoven, Holland, from June 2-6. Makery spoke to festival director Ton Van Gool on the first day of the festival.
Published 7 June 2021 by Cherise Fong
As an extension of the exhibition “Future Technology Products”, Mirabelle Jones spoke with Makery about diversity, technology and the power of speculative fiction.
Published 31 May 2021 by Maxence Grugier
Makery met with Shu Lea Cheang, on the occasion of the presentation of "Virus Becoming", an exhibition that was held at the Departmental Museum of Asian Arts in Nice this May.
Published 28 May 2021 by la rédaction
Schmiede launched its new call for participation for its annual summer camp, to happen in 2021 from September 22 to October 2nd in Hallein, Austria.
Published 18 May 2021 by Rob La Frenais
Helena Nikonole and Lucy Ojomoko create genetically modified bacteria of human skin microbiome that affect the sense of smell transmitted by the human body, a radical approach to issues of health and disease prevention.
Published 4 May 2021 by Sandrine Lambert
French socio-anthropologist and digital art critic Jean-Paul Fourmentraux talks about techno-critical hacktivism through his recent book "antiDATA: digital disobedience".
Published 13 April 2021 by Rob La Frenais
Jeremy Narby, the worldwide-known author of ‘The Cosmic Serpent’ (1998) is releasing a new book this year, ‘Plant Teachers - Tobacco and Ayhuasca’. Interview.
Published 6 April 2021 by Maxence Grugier
Initiated by artists Benjamin Gaulon and Dasha Ilina, Nø School is a conceptually alternative anti-school spanning two weeks of talks, workshops and other activities in Nevers, France.
Published 29 March 2021 by Elsa Ferreira
From the heart of the waste processing plant in Ivry-sur-Seine outside Paris, Stefan Shankland has been documenting perpetual and inexorable mutations.
Published 23 March 2021 by Maxence Grugier
Since 2018, DISNOVATION.ORG’s Post Growth project puts into critical perspective the imbrications between growth mechanisms and contemporary ecosystemic crises. Part 2.
Published 15 March 2021 by Tonya Sudiono
Adriana Knouf will be the ART4MED artist in residency at Waag Society in Amsterdam in 2021. Tonya Sudiono from Waag asks her questions to know who is she, where did she come from (hint: outer space) and what is she planning to do at Waag?
Published 9 March 2021 by la rédaction
The first series of online exchanges of the MakersXchange program just finished. UPTEC takes the opportunity to discuss with Liliana Pereira, a ceramic artist and founder of ESCAPE – Estúdio de cerâmica, a space dedicated to handmade ceramics, and get her insights on maker culture.
Published 1 March 2021 by Maxence Grugier
Since 2018, DISNOVATION.ORG’s Post Growth project puts into critical perspective the imbrications between growth mechanisms and contemporary ecosystemic crises. Part 1: Toolkit.
Published 26 February 2021 by Dare Pejić
Makery met with Giovanni Mori, author of 'Live Coding? What does it mean?', an ethnographical survey on an innovative improvisational approach (Arcane, 2020).
Published 11 February 2021 by Maxence Grugier
In June 2020, Elektra presented a hybrid biennial that hovered between virtual and real spaces in both Montreal and Seoul.
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 21 January 2021 by Maxence Grugier
Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand explore the increasingly intimate relationship between artistic visions and emerging scientific theories and discoveries.
Published 21 December 2020 by la rédaction
MakersXchange examines mobility programs for makers to better understand their needs for a future pilot program. New interview with Samuel Kalifa, the founder of Critical Concrete in Porto.