No, no! I haven’t’ forgot that I’m a blogger too. It’s just that this switch to pure practice takes some time. Well, my October was rather exciteful: visiting Granada and presenting Body Pixel at Campus Party Milenio, partaking Arduino Workshop with David Cuartielles there, then starting a season with I’MM_‘s first international workshop led by Hackteria, then putting some wearables into Mojca‘s Socialdress workshop in Zagreb, lotza, lotza networking, etc, etc…
…And I apologize to lotza people I haven’t contacted or didn’t make stuff I promised during summer. I will! Now, when I’m getting again all of my pieces together I’m ready to finish all stuff, since the first phase – opening the lab, is over.
BBC Four documentary ‘Krautrock: The Rebirth of Germany’ is something you’re gonna watch more than once. Believe me…
Photo bellow: Klaus Schulze
Oh, I’m back to blogging, my dear friendz! Just had some cluttered weekz, and absolutely great echo after visiting Belgrade’s Napravi Me! / Make Me Festival in the middle of June. The input I’ve got there was so strong, so I needed the other way out to articulate thingz.
Short documentary Karakuri by Matthew Allard had been already widespread all around the web. It’s a movie I wanted to publish at the beginning of June, but then I had mini break… So, it’s never too late for a good dox here! Karakuri is a traditional Japanese puppet craft, actually an ancient variant of robotics.
I simply can’t believe I’ve found this film! ‘Evidentia (evidence) – 1 film (4) conceived by Sylvie Guillem’ is an art documentary about my favorite dance hacker – Sylvie Guillem.
A classical ballet dancer with internationally successful career who switched off to contemporary dance by blowing the stage off with her elasticity… I already blogged about issues regarding retired ballet dancers about two yearz ago (52 Percent) with a special accent on Guillem as a role model. Also, she’s been mentioned in my interview with Dr. Beatriz Calvo-Merino as her favorite dancer.
Sylvie Guillem (c)