The two-day Earth Coding workshop explores links between contemporary technology and the Earth in an attempt to define and create a new form of land art. Through a variety of experimental activities, including telluric currents and earth antennas, the workshop aims to find possible answers to questions such as: ‘Can the Earth as a process be tempted to compose software?’. This workshop will include a field trip to a nearby natural terrain.
We recommend that participants bring along some form of recording, inscribing, or transcribing devices (tape or digital audio recorder, camera, film, pencil, paper, and so on). Headphones are also useful to bring
(some workshop notes)
participants; Martin Howse, Nik Gaffney, Adam Campbell, Alyssa Moxley, Vilbjørg Broch, Solomiya Moroz, Jonah Chambers, Janneke Raaphorst, Katinka Marač, Jan Kees van Kempen, Chris Meeghen, Nicky Assmann
Lunch will be provided at the venue. We will end the workshop on Tuesday evening with an informal dinner (location tbc).
A Lab, Overhoeksplein 2, Amsterdam North.
From Amsterdam Central Station, please take the (free) ferry to Amsterdam Buikslotermeer. You can access the location from the Buiksloterweg > Tolhuisweg > cross the bridge > at the 3D print to the left, walk along to the entrance.