Penka will be introducing an unusual way to work with glass in a kitchen laboratory circumstances. Up to 15 to 20 min can be enough for the glass to fuse in a microwave kiln. Most common glass in the everyday surrounding contains up to 50-80 % of SiO2. The transformation can be seen in a short term. Read More →
In 2015 and 2016 members from Top association were working on Phytomining, a technology that use living plants to clean up soil, air, and water contaminated with metals and chemicals. On the 2nd of March Mindaugas Gapsevicius and Juan Pablo Diaz present at the Die Semiosphäre von Le Commun in Geneva their research. Read More →
!!Dieser Workshop findet auf deutsch statt.
Workshop language is german. If you do not speak german and want to participate, get in contact with us- we will figure out sth.!!
Meet Toto (Turn On That Object)!
Führt Eure Spieler*innen mit Hilfe des Toto-Smartphone-Client durch interaktive Geschichten und Spiele, schickt sie an verschiedene Orte, stellt ihnen Rätsel und andere Aufgaben und lasst sie- unterschiedliche Enden erleben. Read More →
How does the dough grow? What does it need for it? Discovering the secrets of dough mixing and dough kneading. Together we want to acquire this knowledge, then try to see how the dough can become a body and how the body can become a dough. How can we transfer this principle to our bodies? Through the hands of others feel our own body. How can these two approaches become an artistic one, which is expressed in different forms such as sculpture, photography, film or performance. The workshop also serves the exchange of life recipes and mindfulness practice as a part of kitchen magic. Read More →
“Sun collaborations: A workshop introducing the cyanotype process” workshop on cyanotype which is a photographic printing process producing a cyan-blue print and can be performed on a variety of papers and textiles. While the photo chemicals are painted onto the print surface in a dark room, the print itself is made outside, under direct sunlight. The process uses two chemicals: ammonium iron (III) citrate and potassium ferricyanide, which are both safe to handle and easy to obtain. Read More →
Over the course of several months, Common(s)Lab will facilitate a series of DIY (or rather, Do-It-Together) neighbourhood building workshops with the assistance of a skilled craftsman, Veiko from Estonia. Together with participants, we will salvage wood and other materials from in and around the neighbourhood to construct tables, chairs, and planter boxes, and more – and learn about simple construction techniques, materials, sustainable surface treatment, and also, the background and causes of bulky waste and the issues connected to it.
With Elise Mattisson Chue, Klara Ravat and Gert-Jan Stam (TAAT).
Fri 9th February 2018, 7pm
How do scent and people interact in a particular place or space?
Can we direct people’s behavior through implementing a scent design in a specific place? How do people operate when a certain aroma is spread in the public transport? What are their reactions? Read More →