Workshops January -July 2018

Open registrations for the following courses and workshops that will take place in 2018.


The promises of the something: an inappropriate vision by Nicolas Malevé and Jara Rocha
January 29, 30, 31, 2018
This workshop will gravitate around the imaginary of the algorithms, but beyond the code and the formulas. It is proposed to playfully re-visit two experiments that had great importance in the research history of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence.

The art of code: generativity, interactivity and C ++ openFrameworks programming
Februrary 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 23, 2018
This course investigates in a theoretical and experimental way the creative potential offered by artificial vision for the creation of interactive works and research into corporal performativity, virtual and augmented reality environments.

Aesthetics of digital error: glitch in design and 3D scanning
February 26, 28 and March 2, 2018
This course is aimed at the study of digital failure in 3D production and a wide range of applications from 3D modeling and digital manufacturing, to the creation of animations, interactive environments and virtual reality.

Interactive systems: Artificial vision and C ++ programming openFrameworks
March 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 2018
This course investigates in a theoretical and experimental way the creative potential offered by artificial vision for the creation of interactive works and research into corporal performativity, virtual and augmented reality environments.

DIY for New Artesans. Introduction course to the construction and assembly
March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2018
This workshop aims to be an introduction to volumetric and three-dimensional construction. An approach to materials (wood, iron and methacrylate) how to treat them, understand them and work them. A first direct contact to project and solve problems related to construction in an easy and spontaneous way.

The cinema-essay (or the dangerous way of mixing the personal with the present) by Andrés Duque
March 6, 13, 20, 27 and April 3, 10, 17, 2018
This audiovisual creation workshop promoted from the collaboration between HAMACA and HANGAR is aimed at those who wish to work on the form of film-essay as a means of expression. Digital art prompts to ask: What does cinema do nowadays? What remains of your relationship the real? Why and why do I compulsively accumulate images on the computer? What can I do with them?

3D printing workshop by Patricio Rivera
April 14, 2018
This course is aimed at those who wish to incorporate this technology into their usual work as a means and resource for their productions. 3D printing is a disruptive technology that has an immense field of application, and that we can take advantage of to empower our work and that of our community.

Net Art Workshop: Web Interactivity and Data Visualization programming with Javascript
Apil 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30 and May 2, 2018
This course explores theoretically and practically the art on the Internet, its aesthetic, social and technological evolution, going through the history of net art and other computational art practices since the mid-20th century, studying reference cases that reach algorithmic and generative design, virtual narrative and cyber poetry, expanded cinema, satellite art, videogames and online animation, glitch art, vaporwave and autonomous and generative systems.

Interactive Interfaces: Prototype of a Design by Martin Romeo
April 21 and 22, 2018
The Interactive Interfaces workshop provides the knowledge to create interactive prototypes using the Vvvv software and various devices such as: Kinect (recognition of the human body), EEG (Control with thought), and Smartphone (touch on the screen).

Olfactory Landscapes by Klara Ravat
May 11 and 12, 2018
During this workshop we will learn the possibilities that odor offers us as an appropriate medium for creative production. How does the smell work? Why is it so strongly connected with our emotions and memory? Participants will also learn to extract olfactory components of organic materials through steam distillation, and other objects. We can all take samples of distilled materials home.

Oracles workshop: self-construction, analysis and production of tools for reality management by Lucia Egaña
May 9, 16, 23, 30, 2018
Developing the own oracle allows to rethink the use of images that are usually archetypal or classical, presenting new imaginaries related to the political, social, aesthetic or investigative. Throughout this workshop we will build an oracle and reflect on different methodologies or predictive and consultation procedures.

Lighting and sound workshop for audiovisuals
May 19, 20 2018

The art of code: generativity, interactivity and C ++ openFrameworks programming
May 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, 2018
We will learn to program in the C ++ language using openFrameworks, a free and flexible programming environment developed so that artists and designers can develop high performance computing projects.

Creative Indisciplines. Shared Knowledge and Collective Intelligences by Constanza Mendoza
June 11, 12, 13, 2018
What does it mean to be a producer of cultural knowledge in the devastated landscape of the creative economy and in the new era of global fascism? The workshop Indisciplinas Creativas proposes to see how and who has the great privilege of creating knowledge, questioning where it comes from and who has access to it, who has the right to speak, and what types of knowledge we access and from where, from three cases ends of organization of shared knowledge.

Video mapping workshop applied to installation and set design
June 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 2018
Combining computer programming, video art and space design, this workshop-laboratory proposes using video mapping as a creative instrument to produce mixed-reality environments, with the aim of generating immersive aesthetic and perceptual experiences and establishing meaningful dialogues between virtual and physical through narrative structures distributed in space.
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Workshop: Wearable Sounds
20 21 July This two-day workshop will be the culmination of a research residency that Claire Williams and Merche Blasco will do in Hangar, combining their shared interest in electromagnetic field activity (EMF), textiles, instrument design, and performance.

Out of cover. Recipes to inhabit (or destroy) the digital planet by Christina Schultz
October 10, 11, 18, 26, 2018
This workshop is a proposal of a joint search to think and practice digital strategies in a highly unsatisfactory and overflowing system. Reformulate the large centralist platforms from the community and implement more internet tools to listen, share our own projects and activate ideas and artistic lives.


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