Jonathan Dahan est un ancien technicien du Metropolitan Museum of Art de New York et le premier étudiant de la « School for Poetic Computation ». Jordi est une référence dans l’art des nouveaux médias dans le monde et le fondateur de Lummo. Tous deux sont actifs dans le monde d’openFrameworks. Ils ont non seulement parlé de leurs propres activités, mais aussi de la vie à New York et Barcelone.
EnterKey #1: Jonathan Dahan / Jordi Puig
2015/5/20 Wed. 9pm - 11pm
at Bar Kingyo
東京都渋谷区恵比寿1-5-8 初鹿野ビル B1F
Presentations by two guests (30 min * 2) + drink!
Entrance free (+ 1 drink order)
Jonathan Dahan @jedahan
jonathan.is (présentation et site en anglais)
Hi my name is Jonathan, and I hack on lots of art and sound and physical stuff. I’m living in Brooklyn, but visiting Japan for most of the summer.
Some communities I’m a part of and love include the school for poetic computation, hacker school (now recurse center), arthackday, the medialab at the met, and itp camp. If you are interested in chatting about any of these, please reach out!
Jordi Puig @wasawi
www.wasawi.com (présentation et site en anglais)
Jordi Puig is from Barcelona and currently based in Norway. He is interested in the intersection between arts and technology. He studied Electronic Art at ESDI and he focused on interactive installations. He became a instructor on that field in the same university for three years. In 2005 he co-established Cuatic a creative advertising company specialized in the development of physical interaction. He acted as a director of new media technologies for two years. In 2009 co-founded Lummo, a small studio developing new media architecture, interactive installations and active spaces.
He won several advertising prizes in different festivals, some of them are El Sol Festival, New York Festival, Laus and Europrix. He also has a career in the artistic scene, exhibiting in many countries around the world, most of the times for media arts organizations like FILE, MedialabPrado, Sonar, Baltan Laboratories, Piksel, Le Fresnoy, Glow or STRP.
He worked in Ars Electronica Futurelab as a creative engineer. Also worked as a sound programmer for electroacustic concerts and theater pieces. He is currently a PhD candidate in NTNU, Norway at Q2S within the project Picturing The Brain. In 2013 he has visited the University of Tokyo at the Ishikawa Oku Laboratory as special research student.