Feral Labs: The Future Get-Away – workshop & publication launch

The final public event within the program of the project Feral Labs – a network of temporary dislocated hubs for research in art, technology and communities (2018 – 2021) entitled The Future Get-Away: workshop & publication launch is set to take place on Wednesday, 7th April 2021, 19:00-21:00 CET via Zoom platform. Registration by 5th April.

Launch of the Feral Labs project publication, workshop & discussion

How will we work together in the future? What does it take to transcend the borders of art, technology and science and create something truly transdisciplinary? How is something truly novel developed? How can we continue the development of open formats? How can we develop peer learning and teaching?

We would like to invite you to “The Future Get-Away” a workshop and book launch where we invite you to participate in the discussion of how the future of joint development can be re-developed.

The past two years the Feral Labs Network have created a variety of temporary creative hubs that have varied in scope, format and topics covered, but have had a joint methodological starting point: temporary, international, remote, open and transdisciplinary (art-technology-science).

The Feral Labs Network is a network of six partners from six EU countries, who joined in their common interest in art-science research and contemporary do-it-yourself (DIY) & do-it-with-others (DIWO) communities.

Instead of presentational modes like exhibitions and festivals, the Feral Labs Network is focused on connecting and organising a series of camps and similar kinds of temporary creative environments, all with a strong emphasis on process-based activities like peer learning, field work, research and co-creation.

The publication (PDF) will be presented during the event, for printed (limited) copies get in contact with your closest project partner.

Register by April 5th here: https://forms.gle/NtLAT8usfUNutRK4A

7:00 Intro by Uroš Veber (Projekt Atol, SI) and presentation of publication
7.15 Stefanie Wuschitz (AT) presents her essay New Proximity: Non-Formal Learning at the Heart of Self-Reliant Communities
7:30 Workshop in 2 parts:
Future Materials, technologies, themes – what will we work on, what materials and technologies will we investigate?
The Future Camp – how will the future camp look like, be organized, take place?
8:00 Re-group in the main room, sharing output
8:15 Joint discussion moderated by Uroš Veber
8.30 Wrap up & goodnight

Download invitation here

About the Feral Labs project: https://www.ferallabs.net/about/
About the partners: https://www.ferallabs.net/partners/
Feral Labs Network is initiated and coordinated by Projekt Atol Institute (SI) in partnership with Digital Art International (FR), Helsingør Kommune (DK), Schmiede Hallein – Verein zur Förderung der digitalen Kultur (AT), Bioart Society (FI) and Udruga za razvoj uradi sam kulture – Radiona (HR).

The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

(Source: https://ferallabs.net/)