[artinfo] Babel Project Bucharest
by way of Janos Sugar
teletext at n3krozoft.com
Sun May 21 19:10:00 CEST 2006
The N3krozoft media collective has the pleasure to invite you to the
BABEL PROJECT, a workshop which is going to take place in Bucharest
from 30th of may to 2nd of june, in the frame of the Bucharest
This workshop, which will be held during four days, represents the
first implementation of the Babel Project, a multi-disciplinary
research program focussed on emotional representation of the
cityscape and subsequent narrative threads, such as the dynamics of
urban legends, techniques of espionnage or subterranean architecture.
The participants will experiment with various methods ranging from
storytelling to electronic imagery and mapping, in order to establish
a tactical psychogeographic map of Bucharest. The collaborative
outcome of the workshop will be presented to the public in the form
of an audio-visual performance.
The workshop is open to everyone and free of charge. No specific
technical skills are required.
Participants are asked to fill out the registration form that can be
downloaded at http://babel.n3krozoft.com . It can be sent back to the
e-mail adress babel.registration at n3krozoft.com or brought to the
opening conference held on May 29, 19:00, at TestPoint (Str. 11 Iunie
nr. 50, Bucharest).
The workshop team consists in Deirdre Foster (story-teller &
actress), Boris Kish (psychogeographer) and Manuel Schmalstieg
The workshop will be documented on the n3krozoft website.
[ About N3krozoft ]
N3krozoft is a collective of artists working in the field of
electronic media and performance, in collaboration with researchers
in cognitive sciences and artificial intelligences. The Geneva-based
administrative headquarter links the autonomous cells which have been
established in several emerging regions.
The website http://www.n3krozoft.com offers an overview of
N3krozoft's activity in the domains of stage performance, artistic
software, mixed media environments, film, video and audio production.
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