Renewable Network / RIXC

Rasa Smite and Raitis Smits lectures in Helsinki, February 14-15, 2013

During mid-February 14-15 Rasa Smite & Raitis Smits from RIXC (Riga Centre for New Media Culture) are invited to Helsinki, creating and contributing to two events, open to professionals, researchers, students and other interested persons. The first, a lecture by Rasa Smite on ‘Creative Networks – from open ideas and collaborative explorations to sustainable practices’, will take place [read more …]

Talk to Me in Basel

The next node in the Talk to Me network is Basel. At the second half of May RIXC traveled to Basel, Switzerland, to set up art works “Talk to Me” and “Renewable Network Interface” at the gallery space of The House of Electronic Arts Basel. RIXC artists – Rasa Šmite, Raitis Šmits and Mārtiņš Ratniks – are participating in media art exhibition “Gateways. Art and Networked Culture”. [read more …]

Talk to Me in Pixelache 2012

In May 10-13 we – Daina and Agnese – went to Helsinki to take part in Pixelache 2012 festival. We set up an installation presenting “Talk to Me” artwork by RIXC and upcoming “Talk to Me” network at Arbis centre where other various maker, open design, trashlab and hacklab projects from Finland, Latvia, Germany, United States, Denmark and Russia were shown. “Talk to Me” installation in [read more …]


We’re pleased to announce that the project “TECHNO-ECOLOGIES. Other Approaches to Cultural, Social and Ecological Sustainability” led by RIXC, The Centre for New Media Culture RIXC (LV) has received support from the European Commission through its Culture Programme 2007–2013 (Cooperation projects). The Techno-Ecologies project aims to re-approach cultural, social and ecological sustainability [read more …]

Renewable Network Map

During Camp Pixelache 2011 EXHIBITION/LAB RIXC will present the installation Renewable Network Map Exhibition place: Gallery Augusta, Helsinki Exhibition dates: Saturday 12 March, 12:00-18:00, Sunday 13 March, 14:00-18:00 In a quest for a sustainable future artists are amongst those who instead of global constructs offer resilient alternatives, which are like living micro-organisms that [read more …]

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