MTF Aveiro 2022 Satellites

MTF Labs: Ecosystem Living was situated in Aveiro, but with satellite labs running simultaneously in countries around the world. Universities, research institutions and cultural organisations in Latvia, Canada, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal and Brazil joined brainstorming sessions online and participated in the inspirational exclusive sessions, creating locally-situated projects and initiatives - with results of each parallel lab showcased via video to audiences at the Aveiro theatre and live online.

York University, Toronto

The n-D::StudioLab at York University (Toronto, Canada) is an adaptable space for research-creation based theoretical discourse, methodological development, and the production of works in the areas of ArtScience, Computational Art, and Interactive Architecture. In addition, there is an emphasis on methodological development in the integration of software development, digital fabrication, electronics hardware development, and sound and vision research with the goal of creating eversive works that blur the divide between the virtual and the real.

Liepaja University, Latvia

 

Liepaja University Art Research Laboratory (MPLab) was established in 2006 as a structural research unit under the Faculty of Humanities, Liepaja University (LV). The general aim of MPLab is to establish dynamic, innovative and responsive environment for research in art locally and nationally. MPLab develops new media art education in Liepaja in strong collaboration with art practitioners, NGOs and public institutions. The work of MPLab is based on the research in visual and sound arts practice and theory, eco-aware art, immersive media and art education realising national, international and interdisciplinary research projects.

 

University of the Arts, London

London College of Communication at UAL transforms the world around us by discovering new possibilities in creative communications. Their research mission is to face the challenges of social inequalities, Covid-19 and climate change in a post-Brexit world. As part of the MTF Satellite, they involved students across levels from Foundation to PhD, allowing current students from to work together with those that have previously studied on the course and have progressed to BA, postgraduate courses (MA Data Visualisation) and PhD.

 

University of Porto, Portugal

 

The Sound and Media Computing LabThe SMC group is a research group of the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia at INESC TEC and the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, specialized in Sound and Music Computing. They combine basic research in signal processing, pattern recognition, music and human-computer interaction, and aim at contributing to make computers better understand, model and generate sounds and music.

 

Hochschule Luzern, Switzerland

The School of Art and Design at Hochschule Luzern believes that the future belongs to those who think outside the box, to those who dare question the status quo and challenge the world with their ideas. The 3rd year bachelor degree students and their lecturers in Design Management joined MTF Labs as a Satellite event. They included international students from Sweden, Finland, UK, Iran, Egypt, studying Ecosystems as part of their studies in ‘Seeing Systems’ and ‘Resilient Challenges’.

 

Arte + Ciencia and Bioscénica, Mexico City

 

Returning to MTF Labs for the second time, the Mexico satellite ‘Tercer Cuerpo Sonoro’ explores other relationships with the environment, nature, humans and non-humans from an intersubjective body from a search for resonance. This research group explores possibilities with and from the telematic means to inhabit other sensory rooms where the body becomes a place, and the place in turn becomes a body. They experiment with physical, emotional and sound places, in which the visual and aural drifts can be perceived with digital and physical bodies in a game of reinterpretation and reappropriation.

 

Raster Media, Chemnitz

Since its founding in 1996, Raster has established itself as an international artistic platform and a label for experimental electronic music, releasing groundbreaking electronic music and maintaining spaces for future-oriented experiments. Raster also publishes books, data and graphics as well as installation works in collaboration with institutions such as ZKM in Karlsruhe, TodaysArt The Hague, Lenbachhaus Munich, Ruhrtriennale Bochum and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto.

 

Labatelier Cymatics, Brazil

 

The Labatelier Cymatics is a project that works on the intersection of art/sci/tech. Working with institutions offering Interactive sessions for participants, featuring carthographic games on image , sound, carthography, emotions, body, space and gestures; turning visible the invisible; cymatic experience; vibrational paintings with sound and music; and soundscape and acoustic territories. Labatelier Cymatics also produce exhibitions and installations, art news, lectures and artistic residence projects for institutions.

 

York University, Toronto

The n-D::StudioLab at York University (Toronto, Canada) is an adaptable space for research-creation based theoretical discourse, methodological development, and the production of works in the areas of ArtScience, Computational Art, and Interactive Architecture. In addition, there is an emphasis on methodological development in the integration of software development, digital fabrication, electronics hardware development, and sound and vision research with the goal of creating eversive works that blur the divide between the virtual and the real.

Liepaja University, Latvia

 

Liepaja University Art Research Laboratory (MPLab) was established in 2006 as a structural research unit under the Faculty of Humanities, Liepaja University (LV). The general aim of MPLab is to establish dynamic, innovative and responsive environment for research in art locally and nationally. MPLab develops new media art education in Liepaja in strong collaboration with art practitioners, NGOs and public institutions. The work of MPLab is based on the research in visual and sound arts practice and theory, eco-aware art, immersive media and art education realising national, international and interdisciplinary research projects.

 

University of the Arts, London

London College of Communication at UAL transforms the world around us by discovering new possibilities in creative communications. Their research mission is to face the challenges of social inequalities, Covid-19 and climate change in a post-Brexit world. As part of the MTF Satellite, they involved students across levels from Foundation to PhD, allowing current students from to work together with those that have previously studied on the course and have progressed to BA, postgraduate courses (MA Data Visualisation) and PhD.

 

University of Porto, Portugal

 

The Sound and Media Computing LabThe SMC group is a research group of the Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia at INESC TEC and the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, specialized in Sound and Music Computing. They combine basic research in signal processing, pattern recognition, music and human-computer interaction, and aim at contributing to make computers better understand, model and generate sounds and music.

 

Hochschule Luzern, Switzerland

The School of Art and Design at Hochschule Luzern believes that the future belongs to those who think outside the box, to those who dare question the status quo and challenge the world with their ideas. The 3rd year bachelor degree students and their lecturers in Design Management joined MTF Labs as a Satellite event. They included international students from Sweden, Finland, UK, Iran, Egypt, studying Ecosystems as part of their studies in ‘Seeing Systems’ and ‘Resilient Challenges’.

 

Arte + Ciencia and Bioscénica, Mexico City

 

Returning to MTF Labs for the second time, the Mexico satellite ‘Tercer Cuerpo Sonoro’ explores other relationships with the environment, nature, humans and non-humans from an intersubjective body from a search for resonance. This research group explores possibilities with and from the telematic means to inhabit other sensory rooms where the body becomes a place, and the place in turn becomes a body. They experiment with physical, emotional and sound places, in which the visual and aural drifts can be perceived with digital and physical bodies in a game of reinterpretation and reappropriation.

 

Raster Media, Chemnitz

Since its founding in 1996, Raster has established itself as an international artistic platform and a label for experimental electronic music, releasing groundbreaking electronic music and maintaining spaces for future-oriented experiments. Raster also publishes books, data and graphics as well as installation works in collaboration with institutions such as ZKM in Karlsruhe, TodaysArt The Hague, Lenbachhaus Munich, Ruhrtriennale Bochum and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto.

 

Labatelier Cymatics, Brazil

 

The Labatelier Cymatics is a project that works on the intersection of art/sci/tech. Working with institutions offering Interactive sessions for participants, featuring carthographic games on image , sound, carthography, emotions, body, space and gestures; turning visible the invisible; cymatic experience; vibrational paintings with sound and music; and soundscape and acoustic territories. Labatelier Cymatics also produce exhibitions and installations, art news, lectures and artistic residence projects for institutions.

 

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