NODE+CODE #11 – Community Meetup
Join our first meetup this year – share your work or just meet interesting people!
On November 23, we will re-establish the NODE+CODE meetup series in Frankfurt. This new season will be dedicated to getting to know each other and (re-)building a local community around the creative and critical application of technology in the fields of design and the arts in Frankfurt and the region.
With Caroline Creutzburg, Nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik, Bastian Hansl and WAVA.
In our first meetup, we will get to know the work of artists working with extended reality technologies as well as powerful VR and AI tools developed by colleagues in Rhein-Main.
Caroline Creutzburg will present „Muskeln mit drei Frauen“, an interactive theater performance where the audience navigates through the animated worlds of three very different women.The piece features unusual interactions with joysticks and sensors.
Ben Livne Weitzman is one of the founders of WAVA, a Frankfurt-based platform for site-specific virtual art and he will present the recent exhibition DEMO. He will share thoughts on virtual interventions, communal platforming, and the augmented space of appearance.
From a design perspective, Bastian Hansl will show different open source tools and frameworks to gain control over generative AI. He will share his own experiences and give insight into a commercial use-case.
NSYNK is a digital design studio, based in Frankfurt, made up of an inquisitive, interdisciplinary and international group of individuals. In our meetup Alex Henker will present their new Mixed Reality project »Hyperslides«, a platform that allows for shared spatial and immersive experiences for remote audiences.
The community members provide an insight “behind the front end” of their projects – and we will provide a warm bowl of soup, drinks and a welcoming space for networking, idea exchange, and meeting future collaborators.
Frankfurt am Main, Germanywww.mousonturm.de/events/muskeln-mit-drei-frauen
Caroline Creutzburg is a theater maker and performer. She is interested in how the world can be reassembled in permeable formats. She is always accompanied by the question of the supposedly banal and the emancipatory in showing and watching. Her most recent works were the digital media installation “wabeost” and the hybrid solo “deep net fake hole dark rabbit” and the ensemble performance “Die Vielhundertjährigen” (together with René Huari).
Ben Livne Weitzman
Frankfurt am Main, Germanywww.wava.ar
Ben Livne Weitzman is a curator and writer based in Frankfurt. He is CEO and co-founder of WAVA, an augmented exhibition platform. Ben earned his Master’s in Curatorial Studies from the Städelschule and the Goethe University in Frankfurt, and a Bachelor’s degree from the Interdisciplinary Honours Program in the Humanities and the Arts at Tel Aviv University. As a curator, Ben is working with the Crespo Foundation’s Glenkeen Garden artist-in-residence program in West Cork, Ireland.
Bastian Hansl is a multidisciplinary designer and developer based in Mainz, Germany. He has worked as an art director, freelancer and lecturer for various agencies and institutions with a focus on visual design, motion and code. Currently employed as a digital designer at HalloBasis in Frankfurt, Bastian is simultaneously pursuing his master’s degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz.
Frankfurt am Main, Germanynsynk.de
What is NODE+CODE?
Since 2014, the meetup invites creatives, designers, artists, coders and anyone else interested to a series of events with changing locations and thematic focuses – all related to working with code in design and the arts. We want to build a community of people interested in the creative and critical application of technology in Frankfurt and Rhein-Main.
Be part of it and share your projects, challenges and questions with the community in one of our next meetups:
The project is funded in the program “Promotion of Cultural and Creative Industries Institutions” by the Hessian Ministry of Economy, Energy, Transport and Housing.
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