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.
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De opening van het (bio)culturele seizoen
Een weekend vol met (bio)culturele activiteiten en projecten zoals 'Interwoven' van Diana Scherer, een spectaculaire modeshow 'Arsty Onesie Tango Rave' en presentaties van Wouter Hassing en Corrinne Mulder. Het restaurant is open voor lunch en diner, om zeker te zijn van een plekje
Workshop: How to wASH?
Creating detergent from ash
Ash is the residue left after the combustion of wood. The lye obtained by leaching ashes is a highly concentrated solution, containing properties for washing and for making soap. Designer Caroline Jacob reveals the properties of this residue by creating a site-specific laundry detergent at…
The Chromatic Dinner
Feast your senses: an immersive dining experience
We are all familiar with how food tastes in our mouths, but can we also experience food through a different sense? Can you feel the sound of water, the smell of metal, the taste of fire or the texture of earth? Artist Martin Butler and vegan chef Alexander Gershberg present a wholesome and…
Cut the Crap met Conny
Join us in creating an amazing textile installation
Together with designer Conny Groenewegen and the FAMA (Fashion Machine) team here at Mediamatic, you can help us knit giant fleece banners that will slowly engulf our headquarters! Collaborate with us and learn about our special hand-knitting technique, recycling clothes and the impact of fast…
De Ceuvel Aquaponic Workshops
Fish, plants and humans provide each other with nutrients in circular fashion at the new Aquaponics system at De Ceuvel. In light of this new instalment, Metabolic Lab and Mediamatic host workshops in which you learn how to build this sustainable food production system. Get your hands dirty and…
Neo-Futurist Dinner: Me and Chef Watson
A gastronomical battle between human and machine on 12, 13, 14 and 15 July
If it was up to Chef Watson your dining experience would be completely algorithmically established. Ingredients and preparation alike: the steps would be based on computer logic. But when human Margriet Craens follows the recipes with a intuitive attitude, a true clash between algorithmic reasoning…