CODAME ART + TECH PLAYGROUND at CounterPULSE

CODAME ART + TECH PLAYGROUND at CounterPULSE

CODAME at CounterPULSE

As part of the CounterPULSE Underground programming we’re running at our new building until renovation begins, we’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with CODAME, who will be producing a month of new media ART + TECH events this coming May.

The schedule of events is being finalized, but you can already put your name on the list:

book your ticket with a donation

CODAME will be turning our new building at 80 Turk Street into a vibrant playground for tech-artists to experiment within and for their fans to experience. They’ll bring new media ART+TECH to the community through a series of evening workshops and demonstrations. These events will cover a wide array of topics which include a VJ series, robotics, 3D printing, new musical instrument interfaces, wearable fashion-tech, high-art video game experiences, and more*. In addition, there will be several performances and live events- follow them on facebook or twitter for more information.

FROM CODAME:

We know San Francisco needs a community space for the tech-art culture we’ve been so inspired by. So tell everyone, when you go down Market Street this May, look for the purple glowing light coming from Turk Street and you’re sure to find something worth experiencing.

Want to Play With Us? (Call for Proposals)

Artists and organizations who are playing with new technology and interested in being part of the program fill out this form. Programming can come in the form of an exhibition, event, talk, performance, game or anything you can think of that engages the community within art & technology. Mark or calendar for May 2014! Fill out this form to apply by March 3, 2014.

We are woking hard finalizing the schedule and the artists. Stay tuned!

Some  confirmed participants  include Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (Curated by Piero Scaruffi); Art + Tech + Earth curated by Danielle Siembieda; and Central Art Market NOW!

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