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 …]

Announcement of Café Europa Riga programme

On 15th August the programme of Café Europa Riga – RIXC Innovation Lab will be launched. For one and a half month Café Europa Riga will hold event series at the container module which has come to Riga all the way of more than 2000 km from Belgium. RIXC Centre for New Media Culture invites to attend the large-scale and manifold programme of events focused on art, science and innovative technologies. Café [read more …]

Media Art Histories 2013: RENEW – programme and participants

We – RIXC – are delighted to announce preliminary programme and participants list of the Media Art Histories 2013: RENEW conference! Media Art Histories 2013: RENEW The 5th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology October 8–11, 2013 RIGA, Latvia The 5th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology – RENEW, will be [read more …]

The Joy of eWeaving in Riga during the Song Festival, July 4, 2013

/Informācija latviski zemāk/ During the week of Latvian Song Festival artists Ramyah Gowrishankar and Kati Hyyppä from Finland are inviting to an open electronic craft studio at 14.00 on Thursday, July 4th in RIXC Media Space where participants will be introduced to ‘electronic crafts’ and invited to try it out for themselves. eCrowns are electronic versions of traditional Latvian unmarried [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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