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Art and New Technology in Amsterdam. We explore the possibilities and challenges that new technology offers art, design and society. You are most welcome to join us.

Mediamatic Blog

Fungi Sex Water Art Egg Sow Lab

Vernissage - Kamiel Rongen, Zeger Reyers, Teun Castelein, Jasmin Moeller, Masha Ru

When does the dirty cross into the clean? And what happens when you allow (micro)-organisms and waste product to (re)form an installation? On Friday, September 11th, come to the opening of Piss, Hard Water and Fortune Seekers. Including new works by Zeger Reyers and Kamiel Rongen, and Jasmin Moe...

Public Insight: Twijfel Zaaien

Exclusive for members of We Are Public

Who's Jasmin? What's up with these 30 questions? And what's that Dijkspark everyone is talking about? Meet the makers of Twijfel Zaaien: the public art install...

The traditional Wood-Fired Clay Ovens are made from raw natural ingredients like straw and leem; a combination of sand and clay. This material is environmentally friendly, fire-resistant, easy to shape and non-toxic: a perfect fit for an oven. In this workshop we will join forces and con...

Raising Doubts

Do you live your dream? Help with the creation of a flower infographic.

Are you fundamentally lonely? Do you break taboos? Join us and start Raising Doubts (Twijfel Zaaien) in Amsterdam's newest hotspot: Dijkspark. Thirty questions about life and art lead you along the green walkway. You answer these questions by sowing flowerseeds. This way your answers will grow ou...

Pissing in Public

Pis’talk 2: Christian Pagh, Theo Brandwijk, Thought Collider, FUD test and more...

Pis’talk is a series of lectures that explore urine in a very broad cultural sense. The speakers of the evening will dive into the process of designing and painting with urine in mind (and body), as well as explore urine as an archival and revealing human physical narrative. Think we’re just ...

Workshop: Grow Your Own Oyster Mushrooms

Turn your waste into food and new bio-materials

It is said that the mushroom, and especially Mycelium has the potential to replace all sorts of (harmful) materials like plastics and batteries. Here at Mediamatic we are interested in the cultural and artistic implications of this 'new' bio-material and invite you to start exploring yourself. Du...

Pissing in the Park

Masterclass Place Branding and site-specific Design with Christian Pagh

Do you want to be involved in designing the identity of a public space? Mediamatic welcomes Christian Pagh, one of the top European designers in the fields of Culture Design and Urban Planning, to explore the theme of public urinal...

Sweat, odor and soap

Biotalk 12: Pei-Ying Lin, Helena Shomar, Paulien Routs and Wander Eikelboom

What insights does sweat give about the state of your health? And how do ashes transform into soap? This Biotalk we will talk about human sweat, odors and soap making. Can you recreate the last living minutes of a famous person by using scent? Find out at Biotalk a monthly lecture series with lea...

  • Exhibition display of Living Ashes - 

    Living ashes is a creative project part of Making Life, a project by the Finnish Society of Bioart in collaboration with Biofilia – Base for Biological Arts – Aalto University Finland and Bio:Fiction Vienna Austria within the SYNENERGENE EU Project.

Brewing, blending, mixing

Bierberaad: Henri Reuchlin, Matthijs Bouw, Daniel Lansbergen, The New Scientist, Toon van den Broek, Amsterdam Brewboys

This edition of Bierberaad we will look back, in order to go forward. Together with artists, brewers, architects and cocktail-shakers we will travel in time through the history of our fermented gold. Including the first bread beers ever brewed (6000 years ago!), medieval beer mixing proc...

Workshop: Aquaponics

join our workshop and learn to build Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a sustainable food production system that combines the cultivation of vegetables and fish. It is one of the best ways to produce food in the city, because it hardly takes up any space. The fish poo feeds the plants, and the plants clean the water for the fish. Not a drop is wasted. ...

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