[artinfo] TRANSMIT: new educational platform for digital culture, art and technology

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TRANSMIT | New Educational Platform for Digital Culture, Art and Technology

October 13-17, 2015 | Experimental Space NoD | Dlouha 33 | Prague 1

22 talks | 6 panel discussions | 5 workshops | AV live acts

Program details and early bird tickets available at 

SIGNAL Festival 
(<http://www.signalfestival.com/>www.signalfestival.com) is the most 
visited cultural event in the Czech Republic. It focuses on 
innovative art and tech projects in public space. Now it expands its 
program to integrate an educational platform called TRANSMIT. 
Recognized speakers and tutors from 13 countries worldwide will come 
together to present their work, debate and lead workshops in the 
field of digital culture, art and technology.

Prague will welcome remarkable community of artists, coders, 
designers, makers, thinkers, researchers, curators, inventors, 
producers and other professionals while TRANSMIT provides unique 
opportunity to share knowledge, experience and ideas.

This first edition features a diverse scope of topics: From 
generative design and digital art to ethics of algorithms, robotics, 
new concepts of computer interfaces, diy and fab labs, models of 
network collaboration and gender gap in technology. Last but not 
least, interactive light installations and art/tech production case 
studies will be presented and discussed.

List of speakers and tutors includes: Quayola (UK), Daniel Leithinger 
(AT/US), Pedro Lopes (PT), Shane Walter (UK), Janet Echelman (US), 
Matthijs Munnik (NL), Osman Koc (TR), Cheryl D. Miller (BE), Nohista 
(FR), Stanislav Glazov (RU), Matthieu Cherubini (CH) and many more...

As a bonus: Those attending TRANSMIT can also benefit from 
experiencing the evening/night program of the SIGNAL Festival that 
features over 20 public space light-driven installations and 
projection mappings, including, for the first time, also spherical 
dome projections. Among the artists there are Joanie Lemercier (FR), 
Ouchhh (TU), Nonotak (FR), Bordos Artworks (HU), HC Gilje (NO) and 


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