Art Hack Day is an event dedicated to cracking open the process of art making. Between April 11-13, sixty artists and hackers will inhabit Bonniers Konsthall to create a flash exhibit on the theme of "Larger than Life".
The tension between pursuing an experience for its own sake and pursuing it as a means to an end (read sharing) has never been stronger. As cameras and other sensors become ubiquitous we are all simultaneously projecting an image of ourselves and being viewed by the outside world. Indeed, the notion of surveillance seems to crumble as we document our lives publicly. Technology has made us artists and archivists. Can you resist the temptation to reshape your own and other's perception of yourself? Do you live for posterity? Are you larger than life?
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Developer @ Shopify, and Open Data Ottawa co-founder. Currently in Stockholm. (❍ᴥ❍ʋ) |(• ◡ •)|
we hide ourselves behind the walls we built on mountains on high expectations, still, one hand will shake the castle
I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious
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Species of spaces and other piracies.
Music. Low-res. Materiality. Surrealism. Runs Chipflip and http://text-mode.tumblr.com. My profile pic was made by Dave Schnapper. Sorry.
Entrepreneur, Speaker, Innovation Strategist and Artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. Pulls levers behind The Borderland and calls Black Rock City his Home.
Interaction designer at Monterosa.
I looooooooooove Design and Art :)
Jack Russel owner, night owl working on 'projects', @protothon co-founder, maker of @sthlmtraveling, works at http://expandedactivities.com
I'm a developer and I Iike to build stuff. I love Python. Currently working on @ronigame. Author of @locustio http://locust.io
Timelord at @netnod, time-nut in training. Taking part in @juliagruppen and sysadming on my remaining time. If you see me tweeting, please make me stop.
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internet and beyond. Pre-modern, post-human, para-academic.
audio, art & web hacking! co-founder of @HowDo_ & sound maker at http://soundcloud.com/nils-westerlund
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Lisp hacker and KTH student. I work at freeb.ee.
Creative technologist that believes knowledge is useless if not shared and researches ways to make humans relate to machines in a more meaningful way.
Creative programming, diy electronics, audio/synthesizer software, photography, random rants. Just joined Spotify
Brazilian by birth. Nerd by nature. Creative by being stubborn. Art Director & Designer @ Memoto.
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Lead Developer at Monterosa. Passion for code, bags and socks. https://github.com/hellozimi
Code, business ideas and lots of coffee. Personal blog at http://tedvalentin.com
valeveil is a small publishing press and Stockholm-based curatorial node devoted to strengthening connections between America and Scandinavia.
"Data Defence gives more compelling choices than last week's 'Google Death' announcement: For example, there's the option to donate your data to science, or if you don't believe that it can be erased, bury it in fake data"
"A tremendously successful event I really hope will return to Stockholm"
"The theme explores how we use technology to be seen but also to become invisible and lay out smokescreens "
"It's generous and welcoming in a way that's frankly a bit unusual in the art world"
"Fun former projects include “Vine Bombing,” which used a museum wall as a Green Screen to separate visitors to the exhibit and enabled them to “hang out”—through superimposition—on other people’s vines"