media arts

TINT at Brixton Market

View the Exhibtions Page for more details on the Open Source @ Techvill event in Brixton Market. To see more images visit TINT’s Flickr Page

Open Sorcery @ Techvill

On Saturday 24th April TINT will be presenting a selection of artists in a one day event at Brixton Village Market. The event is organised by Spacemakers and will also feature other arts groups exploring media arts, computational arts, coding and hacking:
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‘It’s all about interaction this week at Granville Arcade. Whether fashioning jewelery from old circuit boards, doing the robot dance with the kids, or making music with a Wii remote. We will be taking control of the future on all fronts and getting to grips with open source and Linux. There’ll be techtastic treats from visual programming for beginners, MASH live interactive digital screen, TINT media arts, computer recycling and all day drop-in IT support.’

Saturday, April 24, 2010, 11:00am – 5:00pm
Brixton Village / Granville Arcade, Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8PS

Artists include:
Genetic Moo
Owen Bowden
Stuart Dunbar
Vincent Van Uffelen

April Meetup

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Date: Wednesday 28th April
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: Rich Mix Cafe, 35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA [map]

Come join us for the TINT monthly meetup, a chance to network, discuss ideas and projects, and have a few drinks. We’ll be showing the work which was created during the weekend event ‘Open Sorcery @ Techvill’ in Brixton Market. We’ll also be looking at some of the projects which may launch the new TINT Arts Lab.

Anyone is welcome, artists, designers, architects, technologists, hobbyists and scientists…. basically those people interested in the crossover of art, science and technology!

Call: TINTarts Lab

Call for artists and theorists to engage in a new collaborative media arts lab.

TINT opens its Arts Lab in May 2010 to provide an online platform for artists to present and develop ideas through critical feedback and open discourse. Based on a framework of constructive critique and knowledgeable support, participating artists are invited to explore their work within the boundaries of media art. Participating artists will be required that they develop their project in their own workspace, documenting their progress thoroughly at all stages from conceptional to realisation in a dedicated blog. With the labs focus on the documentation of these usually opaque processes we enable a dedicated team of artists, theorist and practitioners as well as the wider community to respond to the project and provide thereby the possibility for artistic development. Once all the first round projects are completed, they will be jointly presented in a TINT curated event in a London based venue.

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Video of TINT at the Kinetica Art Fair 2010