Celebrating 10 years of SGMK (Swiss Mechatronic Art Society), lifepatch is organising a small workshop with a special modul, Micronoise – Jubilee. It was sent to us as a remote session for celebrating their birthday. Lifepatch’s post in Indonesian can be seen [[>>here<<]].
I was invited as one of the panelist for a symposium on art & technology in InterCommunication Center (ICC), Tokyo Japan, 9 July 20016.
My project proposal on lab process in hacking and investigation on products that could be easily accessed in convenience stores, grocery stores and $1 stores is presented in Interactivos?’16.
Open Hardware Europe Summit is part of Coded Cultures 2016.
- Andreas Siagian
- Bilal Ghalib
- David Cuartielles
- Katherine Scott
- Madeline Gannon
- Michael Gielda
- Michael Weinberg
- Stefanie Wuschitz
- Tarek Loubani
Workshop at Dymax.ion on 8-step Mixtape a.k.a. Berliner Schule.
Squaresynth DIY electronics workshop as part of Lifepatch’s participation in Electrowork 5.0, Surabaya. Full documentation in Lifepatch website [[>>link<<]].
Squaresynth module kit for DIY electronic workshop in MediaLab Melbourne
As part of the public program of The Instrument Builders Project in Melbourne Australia, I conducted a workshop on DIY electronic synthesizer making. The workshop was using Squaresynth module and I gave it along with Benjamin Kolaitis and Lintang Raditya. The workshop is hosted by MediaLab Melbourne. Photo documentation bellow.
After session group photo with workshop participants and organizer
In late August 2014, I had an invitation from William Hooi to give a workshop on DIY electronics in Georgetown Penang, Malaysia. I was using Squaresynth module for the workshop. Thanks for the organizer and participants. Photo documentation by KhekSoon Law bellow.
A seminar on art science collaboration between practitioners and academician. It was good to present lifepatch with our advisor and collaborator, Irfan D. Prijambada. Documentation in lifepatch site [>>here<<].
Hand drawn PCB design from Julian “togar” Abraham
After the Solder Synth Sense Sore Sore Sip workshop, Marc, Togar and I were in a workshopology discussion about creating an intense workshop sessions to get the participants get to know about DIY electronics. We agreed that the workshops on making simple electronic circuit such as Micronoise, Synth Sense, Atari Punk Console, are quite nice for the participants to have general idea on how electronic circuit works. However, we thought this workshop modules are not enough to really kick themselves in to creating or experimenting with electronics. Continue reading