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Subject:

Pixelache Festival 16-19th May 2013, Helsinki (Finland) and Tallinn-Naissaar (Estonia)

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andrew paterson <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:47:23 +0300

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Pixelache Helsinki welcomes participants to join in the four day
trans-disciplinary festival during 16th -19th May 2013.
This year the festival will take place as a dual-city event in both
Helsinki (Finland) and Tallinn-Naissaar (Estonia), including a ferry
journey between both cities.

http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/

The overall festival theme is entitled 'Facing North - Facing South'. With
this theme, Pixelache expands it’s on-going 'Signals from the South'
programme, that has focused on presenting media, art and technology
projects from Africa, South America and Asia since 2009. It explores
further the relationships between South and North, looking at these notions
from various perspectives, including geo-political, cultural, economical,
both on global, regional and local level.

http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/facing-north-facing-south-introduction/

The Helsinki section of the festival organised around the Suvilahti area
(16.-17.May) consists of several events, including presentations, workshops
and guest-curated programme by trans-national Bricolabs Network . Members
of Bricolabs will be present from various European as well as Latin
American countries and many others, from Pakistan, Mexico, Indonesia etc
will participate in discussions during the conference planned for 17th May
on the theory and practice of networks. A process orientated and open
approach to creating (making) will be conveyed through “brico-things” an
exhibition (collaboratively curated) opening on the evening of 15th May.
Workshops & Demos on 16th May will offer opportunities to learn, discuss
and share ideas on digital fabrication & plastic recycling, open source
tools for festivals and more!

http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/guest-curated-programme-by-bricolabs-network/
http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/exhibitions/
http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/workshops/

The Tallinn-side of the festival (18.-19. May) will be based on previous
unconference/bar camp-style experiments in recent years called 'Camp
Pixelache'. The main venue for this 'camp' part will be a small
nature-reserve island near to Tallinn called Naissaar. The infrastructure
on the island allows for about 100 people to participate. We are still
calling out for presentations and workshops proposals for Camp Pixelache.

http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/camp-2013/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naissaar

Three keynote speakers have also been invited to give presentations in
three different festival locations: Escher Tsai, Master of Art History of
National Taiwan University of Art, devoted into digital art research,
promotion and creation will present in Helsinki on 16.5 at the Finnish
Academy of Fine Arts. Spatial Intelligence Unit's and Kristi Grišakov's
keynote is the first public Tallinn-Helsinki twin city presentation and
discussion to be held on a common ground, an in-between place – the ferry
between the two cities on 17.5. On Naissaar, rumoured to be “Terra
Feminarum” (the island’s Estonian name literally translates as ‘island of
women’), Mary Mellor, Social Science Professor at Northumbria University,
Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) will address issues of alternative, green and
feminist economics.

http://www.pixelache.ac/festival-2013/keynotes/

Welcome!

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