Remember those protests we heard about, before and during the 2014 world cup in Brasil? Do you know what they were all about, if anything was achieved, or if social unrest continues? I’ve been invited to create a “situation” in Rio de Janiero, so I’m starting to look at what’s going on there these days – and I’ve discovered there’s a situation brewing in the water. more »
Now that the four Situations in this part of the project have been completed, we are evaluating them and preparing documentation. To help us assess the project and determine what next, we would love to hear your feedback about any of the Situations that you attended.
Please fill in this short survey, and pass it on to anyone else you know who also participated.
We are half-way into the workshop for the Graz situation, and I’m happy to report that all is going well. Nearly all of the technical issues are sorted – today we will test sound and make decisions about the number of laptops the network can handle – and we have a pretty good outline and a lot of media already created. All is looking good for a run-through tomorrow! more »
It’s amazing how fast this project is going; we have completed the first 3 situations and in just over a week will begin the fourth, which is also the final situation for this funding period. Since we began preparing for the situations, we have learned a lot – about the topics we’ve been working with as well as the technologies and processes – and this learning will feed into the fourth situation. more »
Worklab in Graz: 17.5.-22.5.2013
Performance: Wednesday May 22nd, 19:00 CET (find your local time here).
Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz
hosted by Ökoservice, Puchstrasse 41, 8020 Graz
For application to the workshop please email to email@example.com
Topic: Food Production / 3rd World / Globalisation
This was my first visit to Eindhoven; I discovered a compact, walkable, friendly city, much influenced by the 100+ years of Philips, the electronics giant which began here as a small lightbulb factory in 1891. Half of the city seems to have been built by Philips – even the library where our “situation” took place is located in a former Philips factory, affectionately known by the locals as “the white lady”. more »