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http://www.playing.vg/

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with PLAYING THE GAME
conversation between independent games and different cultural expressions art, music and design.

Toolkit Festival on Juliet Magazine

Intervista al direttore artistico Martin Romeo su Juliet Magazine
An Interview with the artistic director Martin Romeo on Julier Magazine

Enjoy, waiting for Toolkit Festival 2014!

Robert Mathy - Volume
Volume is a sound installation which uses the exhibition space as an acoustic object. 30 electric engines are mounted on different material surfaces part of the exhibition environment. Each engine is equipped with a small metal needle. When an engine gets activated, the needle knocks on the surface of the object on which the engine is mounted and produce a specific sound. All the engines are connected to a main control, which consists of an Arduino board and some electronic parts. The score is composed of a series of varying random algorithms. They differ on a basis of space-time coordinates, so each sound has his own origin in space. The score adapts every time in every room where the installation is exhibited; so every time the work has its distinctive sound qualitie.
Discover it @Toolkit Festival 2013SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Robert Mathy - Volume

Volume is a sound installation which uses the exhibition space as an acoustic object. 30 electric engines are mounted on different material surfaces part of the exhibition environment. Each engine is equipped with a small metal needle. When an engine gets activated, the needle knocks on the surface of the object on which the engine is mounted and produce a specific sound. All the engines are connected to a main control, which consists of an Arduino board and some electronic parts.
The score is composed of a series of varying random algorithms. They differ on a basis of space-time coordinates, so each sound has his own origin in space. The score adapts every time in every room where the installation is exhibited; so every time the work has its distinctive sound qualitie.


Discover it @Toolkit Festival 2013

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Ricardo O’ Nascimento e Ebru Kurbak | FEATHER TALES

Feather Tales is a responsive environment that arose from an imaginary scenario in which a secretive dialogue between electromagnetic waves and their material surroundings become vaguely visible, thus captivating.

@Toolkit Festival 2013

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL:
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Lorenz Potthast - The Decelerator Helmet

upcoming 9-11 may at Toolkit Festival 2013


SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Camille Scherrer - In the Woods
@
Toolkit Research 2012
Interactive installation

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home




NEW MEDIA ART TALK

 


Friday 10, may 2013, Toolkit and Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa will host a talk on new media art at Palazzetto Tito, Dorsoduro 2826.
More info coming soon on http://www.toolkitfestival.com/toolkit-3/

Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa:
http://www.bevilacqualamasa.it/home

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

Interactive Urban Spaces is the title of the second workshop hosted by Toolkit Festival (at the Officina delle Zattere) and held by dotdotdot.
It will take place on 9-10 may 2013 and its focus will be a meditation on the city and on relationships between citizens in public spaces. The result, in the form of an interactive installation, will be displayed on 11, may 2013 at the Officina delle Zattere.
For further informations:http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/http://www.dotdotdot.it/SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

Interactive Urban Spaces is the title of the second workshop hosted by Toolkit Festival (at the Officina delle Zattere) and held by dotdotdot.

It will take place on 9-10 may 2013 and its focus will be a meditation on the city and on relationships between citizens in public spaces. The result, in the form of an interactive installation, will be displayed on 11, may 2013 at the Officina delle Zattere.

For further informations:
http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/
http://www.dotdotdot.it/

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

On 9-10 may 2013 Toolkit Festival will host a workshop held by the Milan based group Otolab: main focus of the workshop will be the Ableton Live! software and its application in making live performances. The results will be displayed on 11 may at the Officina delle Zattere.

More info on
http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/
http://otolabdidattica.wordpress.com/

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

http://www.playing.vg/

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with PLAYING THE GAME
conversation between independent games and different cultural expressions art, music and design.

Toolkit Festival on Juliet Magazine

Intervista al direttore artistico Martin Romeo su Juliet Magazine
An Interview with the artistic director Martin Romeo on Julier Magazine

Enjoy, waiting for Toolkit Festival 2014!

Robert Mathy - Volume
Volume is a sound installation which uses the exhibition space as an acoustic object. 30 electric engines are mounted on different material surfaces part of the exhibition environment. Each engine is equipped with a small metal needle. When an engine gets activated, the needle knocks on the surface of the object on which the engine is mounted and produce a specific sound. All the engines are connected to a main control, which consists of an Arduino board and some electronic parts. The score is composed of a series of varying random algorithms. They differ on a basis of space-time coordinates, so each sound has his own origin in space. The score adapts every time in every room where the installation is exhibited; so every time the work has its distinctive sound qualitie.
Discover it @Toolkit Festival 2013SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Robert Mathy - Volume

Volume is a sound installation which uses the exhibition space as an acoustic object. 30 electric engines are mounted on different material surfaces part of the exhibition environment. Each engine is equipped with a small metal needle. When an engine gets activated, the needle knocks on the surface of the object on which the engine is mounted and produce a specific sound. All the engines are connected to a main control, which consists of an Arduino board and some electronic parts.
The score is composed of a series of varying random algorithms. They differ on a basis of space-time coordinates, so each sound has his own origin in space. The score adapts every time in every room where the installation is exhibited; so every time the work has its distinctive sound qualitie.


Discover it @Toolkit Festival 2013

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Ricardo O’ Nascimento e Ebru Kurbak | FEATHER TALES

Feather Tales is a responsive environment that arose from an imaginary scenario in which a secretive dialogue between electromagnetic waves and their material surroundings become vaguely visible, thus captivating.

@Toolkit Festival 2013

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL:
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Lorenz Potthast - The Decelerator Helmet

upcoming 9-11 may at Toolkit Festival 2013


SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home

Camille Scherrer - In the Woods
@
Toolkit Research 2012
Interactive installation

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128?c=home




NEW MEDIA ART TALK

 


Friday 10, may 2013, Toolkit and Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa will host a talk on new media art at Palazzetto Tito, Dorsoduro 2826.
More info coming soon on http://www.toolkitfestival.com/toolkit-3/

Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa:
http://www.bevilacqualamasa.it/home

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

Interactive Urban Spaces is the title of the second workshop hosted by Toolkit Festival (at the Officina delle Zattere) and held by dotdotdot.
It will take place on 9-10 may 2013 and its focus will be a meditation on the city and on relationships between citizens in public spaces. The result, in the form of an interactive installation, will be displayed on 11, may 2013 at the Officina delle Zattere.
For further informations:http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/http://www.dotdotdot.it/SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

Interactive Urban Spaces is the title of the second workshop hosted by Toolkit Festival (at the Officina delle Zattere) and held by dotdotdot.

It will take place on 9-10 may 2013 and its focus will be a meditation on the city and on relationships between citizens in public spaces. The result, in the form of an interactive installation, will be displayed on 11, may 2013 at the Officina delle Zattere.

For further informations:
http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/
http://www.dotdotdot.it/

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

On 9-10 may 2013 Toolkit Festival will host a workshop held by the Milan based group Otolab: main focus of the workshop will be the Ableton Live! software and its application in making live performances. The results will be displayed on 11 may at the Officina delle Zattere.

More info on
http://www.toolkitfestival.com/workshop/
http://otolabdidattica.wordpress.com/

SUPPORT TOOLKIT FESTIVAL 2013
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/toolkit-festival-2013/x/2759128

NEW MEDIA ART TALK

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