Renewable Network / RIXC

LORNA is announcing call for WorkLab and festival in Iceland

  We are glad to announce that RIXC’s partner in NORTH Creative Network project – Lorna Medialab in Reykjavik – has opened call for WorkLab “Melting on Ice” and “Pikslaverk” festival. Deadline – April 1st, 2015! Find more detailed information below. ——————————————————————————————————– Call for proposals MELTING [read more …]

Daina Silina participates in SUTRA festival in Belgrade

November 21-23, 2014, Daina Silina, event producer from RIXC, participated in SUTRA/TOMMOROW festival in Belgrade, Serbia, exhibiting “Pond Battery. Biotricity project” as a live stream internet and sound installation and giving a talk on art and science projects produced by RIXC. SUTRA/TOMORROW (Blend of Art, Technology, Diversity and Authenticity) in the course of three days presented [read more …]

RIXC’s Bacteria battery exhibited in KIBLIX festival, Slovenia

From October 8 until October 24, networked sound art installation, Bacteria battery is exhibited in festival KIBLIX 2014, which already 13th time takes place in Maribor, Slovenia. Festival is focusing on inter-discipliner industries, which comes together to look at worlds current issues from different perspective. Presented works re-question the foundations of the modern world – what is the post-digital [read more …]

Next NDCP meeting in Cyberfest festival

In the framework of the Northern Dimension Partnership project “OPEN NORTH”, the next NDCP partners meeting is going to take place during CYBERFEST 2013 festival!   This year, CYBERFEST 2013 will be held in Berlin, marking the first time this important event has been held outside St Petersburg. This significant move was designed to strengthen the cultural exchange between Art and Technology [read more …]

TRIHARS participates in Raflost festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, May 21-25, 2013

In May 21-25 visualsound trio Trihars from Latvia participated in Raflost Festival of Electronic Arts in Reykjavik, Iceland. As the result of Raflosti Workshop Trihars built giant analogue instrument from discarded TV and other devices (even guitar) found laying around in Reykjavik. Watch part of the final performance by Trihars (0:40 – 2:19 min) on YouTube here. Photo: Rihards Vitols Workshop, [read more …]

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