Wednesday 25 October 2023, 6pm
Location: School of Digital Arts (SODA) at Manchester Metropolitan University
Event Type: In-person
We’re pleased to be hosting Dorkbot Manchester #4 – a meetup for artists, technologists, and everyone in between – at the School of Digital Arts (SODA) at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Dorkbot is an international group of meetups for artists, engineers, designers, scientists, inventors, and others working under the broad umbrella of electronic art. Dorkbot meetings aim to nurture a local electronic arts community and to encourage people to talk about the work they’re doing, and to foster discussion about that work in a friendly, supportive, informal atmosphere.
Join us for this free event, featuring talks and demos from:
Vicky is a sound and electronic media artist from Manchester, UK. Working with sound sculpture, DIY electronics and human-machine systems, she explores our relationship to technology through sonic materiality, live audiovisual and browser-based artwork.
himHallows is the working name of Paul Hallows, an artist and multi-discipline creative practitioner based at the Engine House in Salford’s Islington Mill. himHallow’s art practice is focused on recreating patterns of infrastructure and scenes from the world around us. As repeated objects in an scene and also depicting the repetition of an object’s use over time.
Joe Fowler is a Manchester based Audio Visual Artist. His work is inspired by the glitch movement, digital nostalgia and data curation.
Maya Chowdhry is a multidisciplinary artist, creating immersive and democratic experiences for audiences/participants, leaning into her past work in live art, audiowalks and radio. Her practice interrogates themes such as world water scarcity, food sovereignty, and climate justice.
Artist working with new media and electronics. Works with people, interested in high and low tech, e-textiles and interactivity.
DIY laser cut movable type printmaking on a shoestring.
About the event
Doors open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. We’ll be in room 1.01 on the first floor in SODA. Masks welcome.
Five minute Open Dork speaking slots are available to anyone – and there’s space for more demos! If you’d like to talk or show a project, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org