This hands-on workshop explores disruptive technologies and instigates an ongoing discussion about alternative ways of creating communities. Artists Mario de Vega and Victor Mazón Gardoqui, who run the research platform r-aw.cc, lead the workshop. Their practice investigates speculative processes and strategies of pedagogy. Through building custom logarithmic detectors and site-specific actions, participants will learn methods of translating wireless architecture into material sound and use media intervention as a means to explore, control, and interrupt local signals and radio transmissions.
The workshop is a co-production of Sonic Acts & Paradiso and part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.