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Sound of things- Arduino and Capsense Workshop

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    Hi guys,

    I've posted this in a few forums so apologies for the possibly spamming, however we are really excited to be bringing this workshop to Galway in less than a week.

    Please see details below!


    On Monday April 1st, The Sensory Archive Project present a hands-on workshop in connecting narrative concepts with practical skills in interactive technologies.

    The workshop will run from 18:00-20:00 April 1st, €20 per person.
    Taking place in the 091 Labs space in Galway.
    Places on this workshop are extremely limited- Max 10 People so please book early to ensure your place!

    Collaborating artists Fabio Lattanzi Antinori and Alicja Pytlewska, will present the narrative inspiration and explain the inner workings of the ‘Over Hear’ installation which opens at Áras Éanna on Inis Oírr on 31st March,

    The workshop will include an artist’s talk by Fabio and Ala, both of whom currently have work on display internationally.

    Check out the links of current work followed by a short bio of each artist below:

    Fabio’s Kinetic Sculpture, is on view from Saturday 16th of March, Open Day of the ‘Data as Culture’ collection at the Open Data Institute (ODI).


    Ala’s ‘PlayFood’ project is Currently on show at MART (Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto) as a part of The Food Project. The taste of Shape 09.02 — 02.06.2013

    To book or for more information please contact sarah(dot) e (dot) quinn (at) or you can contact us via the page.

    ****The participants will be required to bring their laptop and download the Arduino Software

    At the end of the workshop all participants will be given weblinks to on-line resources in order to keep analyzing issues related to interactivity, electronics, Arduino and MaxMSP.****

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