The Cultures of Machine Participation

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The research group for the design of information systems (DESIGN) at the University of Oslo (UiO) invites up to 10 European artists and designers for a 2-day workshop on the 3rd and 4th of April 2017 on ‘The Cultures of Machine Participation’. They invite the use of alternative and exploratory strategies that help re-imagine the role and position of intelligent and connected technologies in our daily lives. These strategies should build on the artist/designer’s experience and approach and can range from artistic exploration to design fiction and speculative design. The selected participants will be provided with accommodation, travel costs and per diem for the duration of the workshop. We will also provide an artist grant of 4150 NOK (approx. £400).

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Expires: February 25, 2017


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