This is the second part of the interview with Stefanie Wuschitz. Read the first part here: On Women, Technology and Hacking Playground
Photo above by Selena Savic @Make Me Festival (cc)
Photo bellow: Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory with sound artist Lesley Flanigan
Taken from Stefanie’s private F-book album
Ladiez and Gentlemen, it’s time to start with a series of interviews I did during amazing Belgrade’s Napravi me / Make Me Festival in June. My first guest will be hardware hackin’ lady and artist Stefanie Wuschitz, the founder of Vienna’s Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory – Women and Trans hacklab.
Stefanie Wuschitz, photo taken from F-book (cc)
Today I’m going to present you open source DIY projects by Igor Brkic aka HyperGlitch. You already know Igor from my Artduino workshop overview few weeks ago, because he was one of the instructors during the workshop.
Igor works as a Research Associate at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Zagreb. He enjoys hacking hardware and devices, preferably MIDI interfaces. But he’s also deeply involved into programming, linux, playing guitar, dsp, arduino…
Wearable Chronos-theremin (cc)
Sabine Seymour published her second book entitled Functional Aesthetics – Visions on Fashionable Technology few months ago, following her successful title Fashionable Technology from 2008.
Seymour takes everything into perspective. Firstly, the design of the book – binding and the concept are rather unique. The surface of the hardbook is covered with beige rip fabric showing softness and roughness of the used material at the same time.
Functional Aesthetics by Sabine Seymour (2010)