Do-it-yourself microscopy has proven to be a perfect medium for dipping into a couple of key concepts, fundamental methods and relevant discourses with new media students. In my class at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar during the winter term 2012/2013 the given task was to build a cheap (affordable would be an understatement) microscope. The task also [...]
From a recent workshop at Media Art & Design Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, by Max Neupert.
In end of January, lifepatch are invited to participate in Senja Art Exhibition. The organizer asked us to do a workshop and performance for this event. From lifepatch, manticore (Iyok), Joan Prahara Bumi and me did a little jamming session for the session, with Dusjagr joining us for the fun with [...]
A while ago, Urs Gaudenz made Hackteria’s Laser-cuts Microscopy Stages and sent 2 of these kits to Indonesia. One of the kit ended up in UGM Microbiology Lab – Faculty of Agriculture and the other one ended up in lifepatch. Titarubi, a fellow friend of us in Indonesia noticed our activities geek-ing around with DIY [...]
From DIY microscopy workshop – Tumbuh Elementary School, Yogya 2013, posted by Marc Dusseiller Dusjagr on 1/11/2013 (23 items)
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We are happy to announce a spontanous workshop/discussion at BioCurious
Thursday, August 2nd, 7:30-10pm.
Marc Dusseiller and Urs Gaudenz, roving biohacker ambassadors for the Hackteria network, will be dropping by BioCurious for an open lab/hack/discussion, combining bioprinting, DIY microscopy and Hackteria intro with some hands-on stuff. Check out some of the amazing workshops and projects these guys [...]
Coming up this Saturday, 28th of July at Machineproject, Los Angeles.
Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr (CH)
Urs Gaudenz / GaudiLabs (CH)
Marc and Urs are both active in the framework of the hackteria network and in the Swiss Mechatronic Art Society. They are generally interested in a transdisciplinary approach to interface Science, Technology, Art and Education.
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In December 2009, we did an intense discussion session with Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Microbiology lab students. The session is involving both sides on a discussion about developing the DIY microscope from a webcam that has been developed by Hackteria, a platform on open-source biological art, DIY biology and generic lab equipment. Hackteria have given [...]