WHEN: Thursday 20th June, 6-9PM
WHERE: Campbelltown Art Centre, One Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown www.campbelltownartscentre.com.au PH: 4645 4100
WHAT: People doing strange things with electricity
We are super excited about our awesome excursion to Campbelltown Art Centre this month. In conjunction with the ISEA2013 exhibition Catching Light in which Campbelltown Arts Centre has brought together 5 creative innovators from the analogue and early digital eras to mentor, collaborate and exchange ideas with 5 ‘new generation’ artists from various disciplines – art, sound and performance – who have chosen these technologies as the most appropriate channel of enquiry for their current work, or have a practice reliant on engagement. The focus is on conversation, participation and interaction as a means of informing us, the audience, how we communicate, or respond to art. Collaborators include: Linda Dement & Kelly Doley, Tom Ellard & Paul Greedy, Troy Innocent & Benjamin Kolaitis, Stephen Jones & Pia van Gelder, Wade Marynowsky & Michael Candy (Many of whom have presented at Dorkbot before!!!).
This amazing show and Dorkbot, all in the same building on one day!!! What will happen???!!!
ROBO DOJO : CAMPBELLTOWN MAKERSPACE
Robo Dojo are a group of individuals that have teamed together to create, build and work on each others projects! Their projects are open to anything that your creative mind can imagine. They try to make things happen! Their team members have expertise in electronics, arts and craft, and woodwork. They are always keen to learn more skills.
Check Robo Dojo out on Facebook here
DAVID LYON : SOUND & LIGHT
David is a Dorkbot Sydney officionardo who is also known for his WaterDuino project: an open source water injection for Arduino. This month he is going to present a project he has been working on which drives sound and light from a computer video port!
YOU : SHOW & TELL
As per usual, we have an open slot at the end of every Dorkbot for anyone to present something. Bring something along you have made and show us!!! Could be anything! Could be broken, or unfinished or even just an idea or theory.