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Happy World Poetry Day! – Hackster’s Blog

Happy World Poetry Day! – Hackster’s Blog | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Using 40 Raspberry Pis attached to 40 Adafruit e-ink displays, New York conceptual artist Zach Gage turned Google Search’s autocomplete function into poetry. Each “Glacier” is a unique poem generated…

 

The installation’s screens refresh daily as the Pis check Google for changes and update accordingly. For some search phrases, however, it’s likely that they will not be altered for years or even décades. ...

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Post-numérique, et après ? reportage ARTE (overview Transmedial 2014 - After Glow)

Post-numérique, et après ? reportage ARTE (overview Transmedial 2014 - After Glow) | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
ARTE Future s'intéresse à la façon dont les artistes, hackers et militants abordent le thème de la société post-numérique et la surveillance.
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School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe - art, technology, design, and human connection...

School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe - art, technology, design, and human connection... | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

School of Machines, Making & Make Believe is a uniquely curated School born in Berlin, Germany in 2014, keen on inventing one-of-a-kind hands-on learning experiences in the areas of art, technology, design, and human connection. We embrace art, creativity and exploring the latest technology and ourselves with humility and curiosity.

 

In bringing together an ever-changing constellation of talented instructors, themselves distinguished artists, designers, makers and other professionals from around the globe, and providing a space where imaginations can run wild, our students come to us ready to expose their creative innards to the world in their own unique ways as they learn to work with new tools and people who can help make it happen.

 

We teach tangible skills like how to code, work with electronics and use digital fabrication tools while exploring concepts, narrative and play. Our goal is to help people take the fantastical ideas inside their heads out into the physical realm to further their artistic practice or to help wrestle out the confidence to begin one. We teach technology to artists and design, creativity, and art to the technology community.

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ESLOV IoT Invention Kit - Arduino unleashes a serious Internet of Things system for hardware hackers

ESLOV IoT Invention Kit - Arduino unleashes a serious Internet of Things system for hardware hackers | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Back in the old days hardware manufacturers felt safe in the knowledge that no mere hardware hacker could attempt to recreate their inventions. From Sony to Philips to LG to Samsung, the consumer electronics industry was locked up and no one could crack the case. Until those meddling Arduino kids came along…

 

Now anyone can make cool hardware and, thanks to Arduino, it is easier than ever to connect your devices to the Internet and take in data from the outside world. The ESLOV IoT Invention Kit is an official Arduino product that adds Internet of Things capabilities to your hardware products...

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18.08>09.09.2016 - Summer intensives, The Critical Engineering Working Group - Berlin 2016

18.08>09.09.2016 - Summer intensives, The Critical Engineering Working Group - Berlin 2016 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
  • Introduction To Biosurveillance, 18-19 August with Heather Dewey-Hagborg
  • Introduction To Software Defined Radio, 27-28 August with Julian Oliver And Bengt SjÖlen
  • Networkshop, 23-25 August with Julian Oliver And Danja Vasiliev
  • Offline Publishing, 02-04 Sept with Sarah Grant
  • Selfhosted, 07-09 September with Julian Oliver And Danja Vasiliev

 

The Critical Engineer considers Engineering to be the most transformative language of our time, shaping the way we move, communicate and think. It is the work of the Critical Engineer to study and exploit this language, exposing its influence.

 

The Critical Engineer considers any technology depended upon to be both a challenge and a threat. The greater the dependence on a technology the greater the need to study and expose its inner workings, regardless of ownership or
legal provision. 

 

The Critical Engineer raises awareness that with each technological advance our techno-political literacy is challenged. ...

 

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(Art)ScienceBLR - Public Laboratory at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology // India

(Art)ScienceBLR - Public Laboratory at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology // India | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

(Art)ScienceBLR is a public laboratory at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology for artists and designers to engage with scientific practices. Residencies, exhibitions, workshops, talks...

 

We look at the artistic, social and political implications of technologies from computing to biotechnologies. Our work exists at the intersection of art-science and pedagogy, creating spaces of dialogue and interaction between artists, designers and scientists.

 

Since our inception in 2009 we have focused on using DIY techniques to build low-cost laboratory equipment, so as to offer more accessible forms of engagement with the life-sciences.

 

We also run a community electronics and BioLab which encourages students and the community to make/hack and prototype.

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#Hack the Brain 2016 /// Hackathon: 24-26 June in Amsterdam // #EEG #hackthebrain

#Hack the Brain 2016 /// Hackathon: 24-26 June in Amsterdam // #EEG #hackthebrain | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

"Hacking the brain is both challenging as well as doable, both philosophical as well as practical, both artistic as well as business, both scientific as well as futuristic.”

This is the century to unravel the working mechanisms of our mysterious brains. Brain cells and structures as well as live neuronal activity and –connections can be visualised with techniques such as EEG, fMRI, and PET. While neuronal activity can be influenced by techniques like transcranial- and deep brain stimulation.

There is an increasing market for consumer brain-imaging devices. Open the papers or the tv-guide, browse through forums and podcasts: everybody is talking about the brain – how it works, how it develops, how we use it and how we can use it better. With our hackathons we invite anyone – from the most experienced bio-hacker to the curious neuroscientist and the hardcore programmer to the eccentric artist – to tackle their own brainy ideas. 

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#Hacktivism: A threat to 2016 polls? (part 1,2,3) by Mia Rosienna Mallari

#Hacktivism: A threat to 2016 polls? (part 1,2,3) by Mia Rosienna Mallari | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Lanky and standing at 5″3′, he passes off as a regular among thousands of college students in the country’s largest engineering educational institution. He slacks, procrastinates and crams for his academics. Kyuubei, his preferred alias, admittedly never topped the class: His real talents lie somewhere he deems more practical and useful outside the four corners of a classroom.

He started young. In fifth grade, autorun viruses that were captured in storage devices were spreading like wildfire. Kyuubei decided to venture out and look deep into the Internet for communities centered on hacking and specialized in dealing with malicious software (malware).

 

There, he stumbled upon a fellow enthusiast “Tear[A]Door” whom Kyuubei credits to having spawned the vbscript-worm generator that allows users of the program to construct viruses of their own. He also met “alcopaul,” who has mastered and is one of the creators of the Joint Photographic Experts Group infector malware. Their conversations became regular correspondences. Kyuubei was hooked. ...

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Data Paulette - hackerspace focused on textile & digital technologies experimentation

Data Paulette - hackerspace focused on textile & digital technologies experimentation | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Né de la volonté de créer un espace entièrement dédié à l’expérimentation textile, DataPaulette est une extension du hackerspace de la Blackboxe. Les projets qui émergent de cet atelier sont à la croisée de l’art textile, de la recherche scientifique et des technologies numériques.

 

Ouvert et pluridisciplinaire, il accueille tous ceux qui souhaitent partager leurs expériences et découvrir des nouvelles techniques en participant à des projets collectifs.

 

Hébergé par le Jardin d'Alice DataPaulette est un atelier textile et un réseau de passionnés qui contribuent à faire évoluer des pratiques traditionnelles à travers une pratique de savoir-faire textiles, informatiques et électroniques.

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#Darknet 101: An Introduction to The Darkest Places Online by Daniel Smith on Radware

#Darknet 101: An Introduction to The Darkest Places Online by Daniel Smith on Radware | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

In my last blog, I talked a little about the general principles of the cyberattack marketplace.  Today, we will take a closer look at the Darknet. There is so much talk these days about the Darknet. It’s the stuff of crime novels – a hotbed of criminal activity where anything can be bought and sold.

 

While that is true, the Darknet also provides an anonymizing layer to journalists and activists around the world who fight for the freedom of information and privacy. It is often a place where they can securely and anonymously communicate with their contacts. ...

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Electropixel #6 : Power#hack - Appel à proposition 2016 | APO-33

Electropixel #6 : Power#hack - Appel à proposition 2016 | APO-33 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Festival des cultures numériques et pratiques électroniques libres

 

Electropixel #6 est un festival dédié aux arts numériques et électroniques émergents, qui expérimente avec l’espace public. Cette année, le thème se focalise sur le Powerhack, dans ces différentes compréhensions : en terme de pouvoir (la faculté, la capacité, la possibilité matérielle ou la permission de faire quelque chose), d’énergie à travers l’acte de détournement et de transformation : le hacking.

 

DATE LIMITE d’envoi de votre proposition : 9 juin 2016 à minuit

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Why #Neuroscience Needs #Hackers By Daniel Goodwin

Why #Neuroscience Needs #Hackers By Daniel Goodwin | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Brain researchers are overwhelmed with data. Hackers can help...


There was a time when neuroscientists could only dream of having such a problem. Now the fantasy has come true, and they are struggling to solve it. Brilliant new exploratory devices are overwhelming the field with an avalanche of raw data about the nervous system's inner workings. The trouble is that even starting to make sense of this bonanza of information has become a superhuman challenge.


Just about every branch of science is facing a similar disruption. As laboratory-bench research migrates into the digital realm, programming is becoming an indispensable part of the process. At the same time, previously dependable sources of financial support are drying up...

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L’Ingénieur Critique - Rencontre Julian Oliver (2014) - La Gaîté Lyrique

L’Ingénieur Critique - Rencontre Julian Oliver (2014) - La Gaîté Lyrique | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Présent dans l’expositon Disnovation avec The Transparency Grenade, Julian Oliver est le co-fondateur de Men in Grey et co-auteur avec Danja Vasiliev du Manifeste de l’ingénieur critique qui exhorte à la réappropriation et au détournement radical des technologies de l’information et de la communication. Figure notoire du hacking, il interviendra sur sa pratique entre art et politique.
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Dries Depoorter - media artist & digital creative / internet, privacy, online identity & surveillance / #mediaart

Dries Depoorter - media artist & digital creative / internet, privacy, online identity & surveillance / #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Dries Depoorter is a media artist and a freelance digital creative living in Belgium. He got a background in electronics and studied Media Arts in Ghent. Most of his work is about the internet, privacy, online identity and surveillance.

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Le Tricodeur — quand le numérique et la maille se rencontrent

Le Tricodeur — quand le numérique et la maille se rencontrent | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Un projet dédié au détournement de machine à tricoter pour une exploration et une accessibilité au design maille. Un temps d'expérimentation, de recherche, de réflexion et de pratique pour explorer les liens et les interactions possibles entre le textile et le numérique à travers un outil : la machine à tricoter.

 

Un projet de l'association Sew&Laine, Louis Eveillard, Processing Bordeaux et 2roqs.

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04>05.11.2016 > Blockchain. Fact. Fiction. Future - Symposium, Showcase & Hacklab by iMAL/LarbitsLab

04>05.11.2016 > Blockchain. Fact. Fiction. Future - Symposium, Showcase & Hacklab by iMAL/LarbitsLab | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

An international symposium followed by a one-day hacklab dedicated to the issues at stake with the Blockchain technology.

 

Digital culture constantly generates new paradigms, mediums and technologies. Blockchain is one of those. Blockchain is the revolutionary system that underlies cryptocurrencies such as BitCoin, the first decentralised digital currency for which it was created. But the potential uses of blockchain extend far beyond its initial purpose, turning upside-down numerous fields, from finance to collaborative economics, from medias to creative industries, not to mention education, health or politics. Blockchain – this very technical and still unfamiliar word – covers different realities and a large array of usages, technologies and players.

 

Participants

Alex Pazaitis (P2P Foundation, P2P Lab), Michel Bauwens by Skype (BE/TH, theorist, founder of the P2P Foundation, Ars Electronica Golden Nica 2016), Yves Moreau (BE, KU Leuven), Jean-Jacques Quisquater (UCL Crypto Group), Chris Speed (UK, University of Edinburgh), Jelle Gerbrandy (IT, Backfeed), Nicolas Loubet (FR, Cellabz), Enric Duran (ES, anarchist, activist, FairCoop), Thomas König (AT, developer, Faircoin), Jaromil, (IT/NL, activist, artist-developer, D-CENT), David Guez (FR, artist), LarbitsSisters (BE, media artists, LARbitsLAB), Max Dovey (UK, artist), Rieul Techer (FR, co-founder Paillasse Saône, project DAISEE), Xavier Lavayssière (FR, entrepreneur, lawyer, developer, Les Bricodeurs), Isabelle Humbert-Radtke (FR, sculptor & engineer, Les Usines Louise)

 

An event produced by iMAL, in collaboration with LarbitsLab, based on a proposal by LARbitsLAB. With the support of Saison des Cultures Numériques 2016 and Rachid Madrane (Minister for the Promotion of Brussels, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles).

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Guifi.net by Ramon Roca - Forget Comcast. Here’s The DIY Approach to Internet Access

Guifi.net by Ramon Roca - Forget Comcast. Here’s The DIY Approach to Internet Access | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Spanish engineer Ramon Roca got tired of waiting for telecom companies to wire his town — so he did it himself.

 

You can see the snow-capped Pyrenees mountains from Gurb, about 75 kilometers north of Barcelona. It’s a quiet farming community of 2,500, and in most ways there’s nothing special to set it apart from many such towns across the Catalonia region of Spain.

 

So why do people like me eagerly journey to Gurb? Because it’s the birthplace of Guifi.net, one of the world’s most important experiments in télécommunications...

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Hackistan experimenting > new models > smart & impactful solutions for the future we want - #hacktivism

Hackistan experimenting > new models > smart & impactful solutions for the future we want - #hacktivism | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

The aim of Hackistan (http://Hackistan.be) is to gather people who want to save the world, and let them collaborate efficiently towards emancipation around projects with societal and environmental impact.

 

In a trust-based framework, our goal is offer individuals and projects the best human, digital, financial and infrastructure existing resources - which are btw often underused-, within what we call a vertuous environment (mutualistic, redistributive).

 

This framework should allow these people and projects to connect more efficiently with resourceful partners (public/private actors, impact investors, Foundations, infrastructure managers).

Technically, we bootstrap this in Brussels by offering a working space, organizing open topic-wise events and private retreats for the collective members, as well as listening as much to the needs/obstacles/fears/ambitions from the people in the existing ecosystem. We aim at lifting up all fictive barriers (linguistic, disciplinary, scientific, industrial, individual) that brakes down the emergence pace of useful solutions.

 

Enspiral, Sensorica and many other initiatives are highly inspiring to us, we try to build something which relates directly to the specificities of the Belgian environment (a nd local opportunities aswell).

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Packetbridge (2012-2015) - wireless geographical network intervention by Gordan Savičić & Bengt Sjölén - Critical Engineer

Packetbridge (Packetbrücke) is a wireless geographical network intervention. It explores simulating entire network situations by transferring electromagnetic infrastructure to a different physical space. Wireless network packets are directly captured from a specific location and tunneled through the Internet to a remote location, where they are released back into the air. In doing so, Packetbridge literally injects one geographical space into another, effectively producing a new imaginary topography and, through this remediation, an “impossible reality”.

 

Packetbridge demonstrates that positioning systems based on WLAN are a site for intervention, expressing at the same moment they are vulnerable to location spoofing attacks. This effect is especially interesting, considering that we increasingly rely on an ever-growing number of wireless devices for localization, navigation and time-synchronization.

Full details, gallery, howto and tool downloads criticalengineering.org/projects/packetbridge/

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Technologically Empowered Body as a Weapon | By Marta Heberle on .dpi - revue féministe d'art et de culture numérique

Technologically Empowered Body as a Weapon | By Marta Heberle on .dpi - revue féministe d'art et de culture numérique | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
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09.06.2016 - #HACKTIVISM - Le hacker, un ami qui vous veut du bien? Gaité Lyrique > Futur en Seine

09.06.2016 - #HACKTIVISM - Le hacker, un ami qui vous veut du bien? Gaité Lyrique > Futur en Seine | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Hackers éthiques, Civic Tech, hackers recrutés pour la cybersécurité : la figure du pirate numérique a fait place à celle des hérauts de la contestation, de la justice, de l’information libre, de la sécurité… Les hackers participent désormais à rendre le monde plus transparent, plus libre, plus engagé : certains livrent même les outils en open source pour que chacun puisse agir. Quel est le rôle de ces figures aujourd’hui ? Y a-t-il des différences entre les hackeurs ?  Comment fait-on cohabiter un monde de règles, de pare-feu et de lois, et ceux qui les contournent ? Peut-on désormais faire profession de hacker? 

 

Intervenants

 

  • Guillaume Poupard 

Directeur de l'ANSSI, Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d'Information depuis 2014

  • Tris Acatrinei

Auteure du blog Hacker Republic, consultante en sécurité informatique, fondatrice du Projet Arcadie

  • Gaël Musquet

Co-fondateur de la communauté OpenStreetMap France

 

Modérateur : Florent Latrive - Délégué aux nouveaux médias à France Culture

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Interview de Benjamin Gaulon aka Recyclism / "2,4 GHZ" - par Sarah Brown (2014)

Benjamin Gaulon est un artiste hacktiviste. Nous l'avons rencontré à l'occasion de l'exposition de deux de ses œuvres : "2,4 GHZ" au festival Mal au Pixel et "KindleGlitcher" dans la galerie virtuelle du Jeu de Paume.

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The #Hacker Wars documentary - Vivien Lesnik Weisman (sub en/fr/es/pt...)

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Get ready to be shuttled between story lines at lightning speed mirroring the disjointed lives of the protagonists and life on the Internet. The Hacker Wars- a film about the targeting of  (h)ac(k)tivists and journalists by the US government. Hacktivists are either terrorists or freedom fighters depending on one’s perspective on who should control information.

 

The Hacker Wars, a feature-length documentary film, directed by Vivien Lesnik Weisman, will open theatrically in New York October 17th 2014 at the Village East Cinema. It is under consideration for the 2015 Academy Awards for Best Documentary.

 

Ripped from international headlines, The Hacker Wars takes you to the front lines of the high-stakes battle over the fate of the Internet, freedom and privacy. The Hacker Wars tells the tales of the anarchic troll provocateur Andrew “weev” Aurenheimer, prodigy hacker hero Jeremy Hammond, and incendiary watchdog journalist Barrett Brown — three larger than life characters whose separate quests to expose the secrets of empire hurled them into a fateful collision course with shadowy corporations, the FBI, and ultimate betrayal by one of their own...

 

http://thehackerwars.com

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Essais : Anonymous. Hacker, activiste, faussaire, mouchard, lanceur d’alerte - par Gabriella Coleman

Essais : Anonymous. Hacker, activiste, faussaire, mouchard, lanceur d’alerte - par Gabriella Coleman | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

L’anthropologue Gabriella Coleman s’est immergée dans l’univers des défenseurs des libertés numériques. traduction française de Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy. The Many Faces of Anonymous

 

Si pour vous, comme pour la plupart des membres de la famille de Gabriella Coleman, Internet, « c’est la corvée des courriels à trier, les nouvelles qu’on lit en buvant son café le matin, le coup d’œil sur sa page Facebook pour voir les dernières photos des amis (et de leurs bambins) et, dans les moments d’ennui mortel au travail, le visionnage de fantastiques vidéos de chats », passez votre chemin. Ce livre ne vous apportera que doutes et inquiétudes.
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Eleven Pro-tips for Art plus Internet | By Matthew Fuller / Mute

Eleven Pro-tips for Art plus Internet | By Matthew Fuller / Mute | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

In his review of the Whitechapel Gallery’s Information Superhighway (2016 – 1966) exhibition, Matthew Fuller immerses himself fully in the minds of its curators

 

Information Superhighway is an amazing feat of curation. It starts with a slice of the present and drills inexorably back through time from post-internet, to net art, to video art, to computer art, to kinetic art and happenings. This show maximises its conceptual lifting power by illustrating how communications networks all point one way – to our illustrious present. As the show moves back through time with each of these phases, the inverse pyramid of art shown becomes smaller and the rooms get emptier as less work stands in for more art. ...

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