• 150+ events

  • 11.000+ total visitors

  • 3.500+ total professionals

  • 120+ invited experts

  • 7 days of festival

  • 8 locations

Program

Professional Program

NODE17 featured a professional program with high level expert trainings in about 60 workshops for creative coding practices. In collaboration with our partner VVVV, we created NODE17 as a platform for sharing latest projects, experiments and prototypes, for finding new collaborators, open knowledge sharing and critical debate on practical and ethical questions that come along with a critical attitude towards the power of design.

 

  • 60 creative computing workshops for the creative industries and the media arts scene
  • Masterclasses by the experts from the in visual programming community of VVVV.
  • Research and development think tanks
  • Experiments with new technologies
  • Open Hackspace area
  • Match-making and networking
  • Pop-up stages, barcamp and project presentations

Arts & Culture Program

At the same time, the arts & culture program around the leitmotif ‘Designing Hope’ inspired a long list of speakers, artists and creatives to share their critical thoughts and ideas with an international and local audience of all ages. NODE17 comprised an exhibition with more than 20 positions, an extensive mediation program created in cooperation with Goethe University and a full-day conference day with theoreticians, activists and practitioners alike.

 

 

 

Designing Hope

Who shapes our hopes today? What are the means that translate our fears and desires into images of hope? What role does the design of technological infrastructures play for global movements?

Between collective hopes for a better, peaceful life in the global village on the one hand, and feelings of disempowerment in the face of an ever more complex digitized environment on the other, Designing Hope sets out to discuss the responsibility and potential of engineering and design practices.

 

 

NODE17 discussed an intangible yet powerful motor that drives ideas of a better future. The program analyzed the role of technology in the creation and manipulation of collective imaginaries: How do today’s communication infrastructures determine the formation of public opinion? Are we living in a global village that is accessible for everyone or in secluded, exclusive bubbles? What do we expect from creative technologists who dedicate themselves to developing the next life-improving or life-extending tools? Are critical creative practices able to shape responsible design?

 

 

 

Artists, Teachers, Lecturers:

EXHIBITION

Adam Harvey & Jules Laplace, Amelia Marzec, Burak Arikan, Bernd Hopfengärtner & Ludwig Zeller, Dar Al Hokoomeh Project, Eden Mitsenmacher, Florian Egermann, Golan Levin & Shawn Sims, Heath Bunting, Hannah Perner Wilson & Mika Satomi (Kobakant), Joey Lee, David Leonard & Benedikt Groß, LAb[au], Lilian Nejatpour & Simon Weckert, Marshmallow Laser Feast & Natan Sinigaglia, Martín Nadal & César Escudero Andaluz, onformative, Pinar Yoldas, Tega Brain

PERFORMANCES

Andi Otto & MD Pallavi, Andreas Hoppe, Andreas Mühlschlegel, Anton Kalabukhov, Avbvrn/Ian Rodriguez, Aximixa, BBB_, Carly Simon, Daniel Schauf & Simon Möllendorf (studioNAXOS), Ekaterina Danilova, Elena Sizova, Felipe Sanchez, FM Aether, Gregor Woschitz, Kollektiv Neue Dringlichkeit, Kyosuke Ishii, Leibniz, Leo Hofmann, Filomena Krause & Benjamin van Bebber, Lucy Railton & Peter Zinovieff, Matthias Schäfer, Paul Schengber & Felix Deufel (wisp Kollektiv), Paula Temple & Jem the Misfit, Rainer Kohlberger, Solaris, The Hacking Orchestra, TIBSLC, Umfang

CHOREOGRAPHIC CODING LAB

Alacoque Ntome, Amelie Hinrichsen, Awuor Onyango, Benjamin van Bebber, Else Tunemyr, Jared Onyango, Leo Hofmann, Melisa Allela

HOPE LAB

Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, Felix Kosok. Florian Egermann, Kathia von Roth, Lauren McCarthy

DIGITAL DEBATE LAB

Elisabeth Weidinger, Florian Arnold, Oliver Hollenstein

SYMPOSIUM & TALKS

Ali Khadivar, Andrew Denton, Benedikt Groß, Christian Reynaga, Damjan Jovanovic, Fabian Scheidler, Gaynor O’Flynn, Gregory Bennett, Jacob Lefton, Jennifer Nikolai, Johan Bettum, Johanna Disselhoff, Kris de Decker, Liam Young, Lisa Rombout, Maren Urner, Maria Yablonina, Martin Retschizegger, Mohsen Hazrati & Milad Forouzandeh, Michael Hirdes, Mohamed Hossam Elwakil, Otto Krause & Milan Loviška, Stefan Marks

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM / WORKSHOPS

Alexander Graf, Amir and Judith Soltani (metrowave), André Viergutz, Andres Alvarez, Ann-Katrin Krenz, Anna Rack, Anton Kalabukhov, Anton Mezhiborskiy, Antoni Rayzhekov, Arístides García, Boris Vitazek, Bram Snijders, Carolien Teunisse, Carolin Liebl, Chris Engler, Christian Loclair, Christian Rühle, Christoph Schmid, Clemens Gürtler, Daniel Huber, David Gann, David Mórász, Dominik Koller, Ekaterina Danilova, Elias Holzer, Ersin Han Ersin, Felix Deufel. Gloria Schulz, Jens A. Ewald, Johannes Lemke, Johannes Schmidt, joreg, Julien Vulliet, Junji Nakaue, Jürgen Ropp, Katharina Köller, Katharina Mayrhofer, Kyle McLean, Lars Busack, Lukas Winter, Mangosh Prunier, Manuel Palenque, Manuel Gonzálvez, Marcel Wiessler, Maria Yablonina, Marko Ritter, Marta Soto, Martin Zrce, Matthias Husinsky, Matthias Zauner, Michael Burk, Minoru Itoh, Natan Sinigaglia, Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler, Onur Olgaç, Patrick Jost, Paul Schengber, Sabrina Verhage, Sebastian Gregor, Sebastian Häfele, Sebastian Huber, Shunichi Kasahara, Stefan Beckmann, Sune Petersen, Tebjan Halm, Techettes, Theron Burger, Thomas Gross, Raffael Ziegler, Raphael de Courville, Robert Willner, Vadim Epstein, Valérie-Françoise Vogt, Victor Sardenberg, Woeishi Lean