E-Cultuur Utrecht New Years Drinks
Wednesday 18 January, 17:00
Impakt HQ, Lauwerecht 10, Utrecht
Raise your glass to the fusion of technology, art and culture!
Whilst enjoying a drink and a snack we would very much like to tell you about our plans for the new season. We are also interested in your plans: get on the stage and tell us in 140 seconds about your intentions for making (e)cultural Utrecht as vibrant as ever.
The event is free but sign up here quickly, there is only room for a 100 people!
We wish you a wonderful new year and we hope to see you on the 18th.
Impakt Event: On the Origin of Androids
Saturday 4 February, 16:30 – 18:00
Transmediale Festival, Studiogallery, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Impakt is going to Berlin for the Transmediale Festival!
Dutch artists Koert van Mensvoort and Floris Kaayk reunite with technology philosopher Peter-Paul Verbeek for a collective presentation. Kaayk and Van Mensvoort present their views on the changing definitions of what is natural and human using their provocative cross-media projects. They share a vision on futures in post-natural environments where technology and the human body have become inseparable. Devoid of technophobia and technofetishism, Van Mensvoort and Kaayk present the likely and the possible to encourage us to think about the desirable. Peter-Paul Verbeek will contribute to the presentation with an introduction to the ethical and philosophical questions raised by contemporary technological developments and how this interrelates with Kaayk and Van Mensvoort’s work.
We hope to see you there!
Supported by the Creative Industries Fund NL
With Impakt Channel, Impakt is trying to create an alternative for traditional media sharing websites, like Vimeo or YouTube. It offers more information, a curatorial selection and a critical view specific to the media art context.
Cosmopolites are wrong. Happiness is in little things. Housekeeping never was so pleasing and Sky Radio sounds better than ever. Choreographic explorations evoke unprecedented sensual experiences in sultry hotel rooms. With the right pills the living room turns into the perfect location for “The New High.” With works by Seth Scriver, Penny Lane and Jennet Thomas.