Ladiez and Gentlemen, here’s my first video interview made in collaboration with the Culture of Change & Ganz Novi Festival with gorgeous and energetic Nigel Charnock. Dogme 95 style interview! Luv it!
Nigel Charnock is one of the founders of the cult DV8 Physical Theatre Company and captivating solo performer who owns his own company for more than 15 years. To put Nigel in any theatre or dance shelves is simply not possible, and why is that, check in our talk.
Photo: Nigel Charnock by Damir Zizic & Culture of Change (c)
Of course, you do remember my blog post about ‘Artduino presents you Arduino’ workshop from this May, do you?! Sure you do. 🙂 Well, the thing I’m announcing here is that we got a space from the organizers of the workshop – The Culture of Change & Student Centre shortly after the workshop successfully ended.
During the summer we were quite focused on applying programs to various grants for the next year, as well as planing activities we will have till the end of this year. The core of people from the Arduino workshop stayed together around the idea of making, learning and sharing something.
Photo above: I’MM_ logo by Hrvoje Hirsl (c)
Photo bellow: Scene from the poolloop’s SGMK OpenLab – Swiss Mechatronic Art Society (cc), on the photo workshop participant Claude Treptow, published with his permission
Zagreb hosted between 31st March and 3rd April its first official Arduino workshop led by new media artist Ivan Marusic Klif and programmer&maker Igor Brkic aka hyperglitch.
The event titled ‘Artduino presents you Arduino‘, organized by propulsive framework Culture of Change (Kultura promjene) based in Student Centre, gathered about 20 people of different backgrounds, ages and interests. No different from similar events around the globe we usually peek at online.
Photo: Juraj Brecak (cc) public domain