Masterclass: Prototyping Bodies with Agi Haines

Saturday April 2 10:00 - 18:00

How will environmental pressures impact our malleable body? And what can we do to guide human evolution? Join in the masterclass with bio-artist Agi Haines (winner 2015 BAD award) and prototype the future ‘you.’ Full day program including casting materials, coffee and tea.

Tickets: € 150,- or 30% student and artist discount €105,-

Please note, proof of your status will be required if you purchase a discounted ticket.


Agi Haines creating a cast -

The Masterclass

In this masterclass we’ll speculate on possibilities for modifications to the human body and imagine bodily solutions to evolutionary and environmental problems.

The full day program will start with idea generating exercises and looking at inspirational materials for modification. After this we will start to design our own bodily solutions in a life casting course. You will learn how to quickly cast your own body parts with alginate and plaster and use these imprints to sculpt your modifications, transforming your speculative design into something physical.

This workshop is suitable for anyone who in interested in the design of the human body. No prior knowledge of (bio-)design or casting is necessary.


Masterclass: Prototyping Bodies - Agi Haines helps to design the future face of a workshop participant Margherita Soldati


Masterclass: Prototyping Bodies - The faces of the future? Workshop participants show off their designs for how the future human face might look. The changes were made using moulding materials and guidance from UK artist Agi Haines. Margherita Soldati

Coming Up

April 4 Workshop: How to make Kimchi
Did you know there are more then a hundred different kinds of Kimchi? Join our workshops to learn about Kimchi and how to make your own.
Tickets: €40,-

April 14 Meet Zeger Reyers
Discuss your work, ideas and obstacles with the artist who created our Mediamatic Eten installation artwork from 1000 plates, soil and plants.
Meetings are free

Mediamatic Biotoop,
Dijkspark 6, Amsterdam

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