media arts

TINT March Meetup – update

Theme:     Informal.
When:       Wednesday, 31st March 2009, 19:00 – 21:00
Where:      Foundry. 80 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JLN. [Map]

As we are still looking for a regular venue to have meetups, instead of cancelling this one, we thought it would be a great chance for us to meet in an informal atmosphere and discuss possible collaborations, events and opportunities. Also giving us the first change to introduce the TINTarts lab!!!!

Over the next month we will be working very hard to find that allusive venue for our Meetup, it will preferably be somewhere in East London, Shoreditch/Hackney area. If anybody has any suggestions or an available space please get in touch. If you have any questions or thoughts on the Meetup please email us at: info@tintarts.org

Call for Proposals for new TINT & Watermans Exhibition

OPEN CALL: an exhibition of open source, hacking and modding

Location: Watermans Arts Centre, London
Exhibition dates: September & October 2010

TINT in collaboration with Watermans Art Centre in London is organising an exhibition of Media Art using Floss (Free/libre/open source software) as well as hacking, modding and DIY projects.

We are looking for artists who are striving to make something expressive and artistically engaging with the deluge of technologies in the networks, mobile phones, gadgets and toys. This could include coding and hardware projects, which have either been built using free software or hardware, or have been created by modifying an existing device to produce a hybrid mutilation, or a completely new object in it’s own right. Selected artists will be exhibiting alongside some of the leading hacking and open source artists and collectives in the UK, such as The Owl Project, Genetic Moo, Tine Bech, Michael Zeltner, Alex Zivanovic, Alex McLean, Peter Forde and more.

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ChaoDependant and Memory at Kinetica Art Fair

Special thanks to Agelos Papadakis, Dave Murray-Rust and Parag Mital. We received a lot of positive feedback for their work, Memory and ChaoDependant (which went down especially well with the kids) at Kinetica Art Fair 2010.

ChaoDependant

View the Exhibtions Page for more details on TINT at Kinetica Art Fair 2010.

Photo Credits: Parag Mital
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