About Tools, an exercise at Ladyfest

What tools do you use in your artistic practice, where do they come from, how were they made? Are they digital or physical? Constant member Wendy Van Wynsberghe does a small intervention on this (...)

Algunos fragmentos entre ciencia y ficción

Bodies are locations of political, cultural, scientific and technological negociations. They are objects of science and knowledge, they are flexible and vulnerable, but they are also sites of (...)

Life Archives (Kurenniemi). Archive in Motion, workshop

The Archive in Motion investigates the ways in which archival concepts and practices have been transformed under the impact of the radical changes in writing and recording technologies. Archive (...)

Ellentriek #15 meets Code, Arts & Crafts : Shielded - extend your Arduino

(CC BY-NC 2.0) Some rights reserved, image by _kzr With an Arduino you can collect a lot of sensor data, from smelling gasses to measuring temperature or light and lots more. But how do you (...)


Your copier, scanner or mobile phone is broken and your local thrift store has kindly referred you to the dump? Don’t worry, inside these machines you can find all kinds of treasure, such as (...)

GenderArtNet @Cuerpo Impropio

Maria PtqK and Nicolas Malevé will present the GenderArtNet project - http://www.genderartnet.eu - in the seminar “Cuerpo Impropio, guia de modelos somapoliticos y de sus posibles usos desviados”. (...)

GenderArtNet@Expeditions to the void

The project Expeditions to the Void, Science, Territory and subjective narratives, investigates the potential of subjective narratives created by a series of women artists who analyse, narrate (...)

Belgian Homeless cup

Belgian Homeless Cup is a sports tournement for homeless people and asylum seekers. During this year’s edition, an all female football team will design new figurines on a kicker table. Homeless, (...)

Scandinavian Institute of Contemporary Comparative Vandalism, workshop

A workshop that takes as a starting point the archive of the Scandinavian Institute of Comparative Vandalism (SISV) initiated by Asger Jorn in 1961 with Peter Glob and Werner Jacobsen. Together (...)


Gender Blending gathers body hackers, 3D theorists, game activists, queer designers and software feminists around the table to challenge typical digital representations of the body, bending the (...)