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Renowned bioartist Adam Zaretsky (US) leads a hands-on lab in Pixelache Festival entitled: 'How to Extract DNA from Anything Living in the Laboratory or in your Kitchen: A Compare and Contrast Vegetarian Laboratory and Hobbyist Workshop’. It will include a...
On Sunday 28th March, the Pixelache Festival weekend, from 13-17, there will be two interactive workshops at Kaisaniemi Botanic Gardens, Helsinki:‘Herbal Tinctures’ Workshop by Interdisciplinary Arts Group SERDE (LV), and ‘Fermentation Sermon’ by Finnish...
The LEDs for the 'Windowfarms Finland' installation are now glowing. Also, Helsinki days are sunnier, longer, and many of the plants are growing in the huge Kiasma takaikkuna window.'What plants are there?' you ask.. The latest update can be found in the...
Finnish makers Mikko Laajola and Niko Punin are working in collaboration with artist-producers Andrew Gryf Paterson and Ulla Taipale/Capsula to create a new localised manifestation of the Windowfarms Project in Finland, using local specialist (hydroponic...
Heard all about the Boxwars carnage and Horror movies around the Baltic sea region?.. Want to join in the fun with a weekend adventure to Haapsalu, Estonia? The self-organised 'PixelTravelAgency' offers coordinated travel next weekend, Friday 28th - Sunday...
12:00-18:00 Cardboard armour & weapon workshop Led by Demian Deadly & Tamsyn Pop Tart (Boxwars UK) 20:00- Punk band line-up: Kansalaistottelemattomuus, Igni et Ferro & Abnormi Boxwar FI fight-performances (Outdoors: 2100; Indoors: 0000 approx)...
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The name of the PixelACHE Festival was originally found from an article which was trying to predict words which would emerge in future. The word 'pixelache' was supposed to describe an 'overdose of digital media'. Interestingly enough, this is the way the...
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By popular demand by the Wikipedia community, Steve Rapaport reported the DotOrgBoom event in Stockholm (with pictures):romlin.com/worldtour/sweden/FinnishEmbassy/index.htmlSteve additional comment :It is extremely POV, because otherwise it would just be...