Event: remaking e-waste – speculative workshops

03/17/2020 03/19/2020 Australia/Melbourne Event: remaking e-waste – speculative workshops

Join us in the speculative repair workshops to bring e-waste back to live.

Designers, artists and creative writers will introduce you and help you to use different techniques to create new lives for broken or obsolete electronic devices. We will have for 'speculative stations', mending, hacking, storytelling and subvertising.

Remaking e-waste is a week-long event (16 -20 March) as part of Melbourne Design Week 2020. We invite designers, artists, creative writers and anyone interested in exploring solutions to e-waste to engage in a series of speculative exercises to imagine and shape new lives for old electronic devices.

Date & Time

Daily workshops
Tuesday 17th – Thursday 19th March 2020
11.00 am - 4.00 pm

Register for a free workshop, here.

Remaking E-Waste is organised by Melisa Duque from the Emerging Technologies Research Lab, Juan Sanin, Mark Richardson, Scott Mitchell, Brigid Magner, Russell Kerr, Liam Fennessy, Ben Paul, Hannah Korsmeyer.

Remaking E-waste is organised by RMIT School of Design and Monash Art Design and Architecture MADA

Event Details

Date:
17 March 2020 at 12:00 am – 19 March 2020 at 12:00 am

Description

Join us in the speculative repair workshops to bring e-waste back to live.

Designers, artists and creative writers will introduce you and help you to use different techniques to create new lives for broken or obsolete electronic devices. We will have for 'speculative stations', mending, hacking, storytelling and subvertising.

Remaking e-waste is a week-long event (16 -20 March) as part of Melbourne Design Week 2020. We invite designers, artists, creative writers and anyone interested in exploring solutions to e-waste to engage in a series of speculative exercises to imagine and shape new lives for old electronic devices.

Date & Time

Daily workshops
Tuesday 17th – Thursday 19th March 2020
11.00 am - 4.00 pm

Register for a free workshop, here.

Remaking E-Waste is organised by Melisa Duque from the Emerging Technologies Research Lab, Juan Sanin, Mark Richardson, Scott Mitchell, Brigid Magner, Russell Kerr, Liam Fennessy, Ben Paul, Hannah Korsmeyer.

Remaking E-waste is organised by RMIT School of Design and Monash Art Design and Architecture MADA