After 2 years of discussions with various people in the field of DIYbio, hackteria and BioArt, Dominik Landwehr and Verena Kuni published a new book in their HomeMade series. This time with the title “Home Made Bio Electronic Arts” they go some steps closer to interfacing the living world with DIY tinkering and electronics, easy [...]
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 [...]
HackteriaLab 2013 – Bangalore, held from 30. Jan – 12. Feb, 2013, is the third edition of an intensive two-week interdisciplinary collaboration between international and local artists, hackers, activists, scientists, and designers. This year we hope to expand on the various ideas and methodologies developed during the two previous versions of HackteriaLab 2011 – L’Arc, [...]
Since 2009, hackteria has collaborated with various communities in Yogyakarta and had the opportunity to give presentations and workshops at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).
DIY microscopy @ Faculty of Agricultural Technology . 2009
During the participation at cellsbutton#03, we first time met Prof. Irfan D. Prijambada, who then invited us, with help from other participants and the [...]
We are happy to announce the start of our new initiative – BioTehna, a collaboration of hackteria | Open Source Biological Art and Kaplica Gallery. BioTehna is a platform for interdisciplinary research on life sciences and a series of workshops for youngsters and students, each mentored by expert/s in a specific scientific field. Create and [...]
In summer 2012 dusjagr and urs were invited to collaborate on the Sci-Art Nanolab, hosted by CNSI, California NanoSystems Institute, and the UCLA Art/Sci center, in Los Angeles, United States of America.
We used the opportunity to be in California to investigate a bunch of local spaces and initiative, hackerspaces, art-sci galleries, museums, open cultures, biohackers [...]
We are happy to announce that hackteria.org has been nominated for the “Zedler-Preis für Freies Wissen” given by the German Wikimedia Foundation. In 2012, for the first time, they included a third category on external projects (outside the wikipedia universe) contributing to the distribution of free knowledge. This Sunday, 1. July 14:00h, the prize will [...]
Being invited to the Point-of-Care Diagnostics Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya, we had a unique opportunity to present various activities around the hackteria framework and related activities in the field of biohacking, bioart, DIYbio. Very interesting speakers both from Kenya and internationally presented research prototype for low-cost diagnostics to be applied specifically for developing countries and [...]