13 november 2013
Design Debates: F.A.T. Lab and Do-It-Yourself Publishing:
14 november 2013
WhatColor.IsTheInter.net/? & Browser Extensions Workshop
Thursday 14:30 – 17:00 – Greg Leuch & Jiashan Wu (F.A.T Lab artist & oprichters XOlator)
Friday 15 november 2013
6pm – 7pm: F.A.T. TALKS. Wrap Up
8pm – 1am: Opening Party & Book presentation F.A.T. GOLD
Venue: Baltan Laboratories
Friday 15 November
“Women in tech” Workshop
Saturday 17 november
Greg Leuch & Jiashan Wu
We wanted to make a book about F.A.T since a while ago and our 5th anniversary seemed to be a good excuse for it, but herding F.A.T cats is a particularly chaotic task and anyway, samurais recommend that matters of great concern should be treated lightly. So, finally this summer Domenico and me spent some time digging F.A.T archives and doing some dirty work to put together:
From the srs bsns press release:
“In more than five years of activity, the Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab) produced an impressive series of projects, all developed with open source software, shared online and documented in a way that allows everybody to copy, improve, abuse or simply use them. This approach situates F.A.T. Lab in a long tradition of DIY, processual, sharable artistic practices based on instructionals, and reveals a democratic idea of art where Fluxus scores meet hacker culture (and rap music).
Featuring texts by Régine Debatty, Evan Roth, Domenico Quaranta, Geraldine Juárez and Randy Sarafan, The F.A.T. Manual is a selection of more that 100 projects, done in the belief that printing these bits on paper will allow them to spread in a different way, infiltrate other contexts, and germinate. An archive, a catalogue, a user manual and a software handbook documenting five years of thug life, pop culture and research and development.
The F.A.T. Manual is co-produced by Link Editions, F.A.T. Lab and MU, Eindhoven in collaboration with XPO Gallery, Paris. With generous support from Baltan Laboratories, Eindhoven and Creative Industries Fund NL, Rotterdam.”
Join us for our AFK book release during the opening of F.A.T GOLD EUROPE on Friday November 15 at 8:00pm at MU, Eindenhoven. (more info soon!)
Bring your own Power Point presentation to Eyebeam and deliver, document, edit and upload your own pirate TED talk. Ideas Worth Spreading is part of F.A.T. Lab’s FAT GOLD exhibition, which is on view until April 20th.
(Use the keyword #pirateTED when uploading your TED content.)
The following may be helpful in editing your TED talk:
YOUR ART!! party at Eyenbeam last Saturday was super cool!! As part of the F.A.T. GOLD program visitors were invited to build a golden necklace to show art from their phones. The concept is based on an intervention I did with Khoi Vinh during the Seven on Seven conference at Rhizome 2012. More documentation about the F.A.T. GOLD exhibition at Eyebeam to come.
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