Highlights
  • Recording wind_data
    27/12/2017

    Recording wind_data

    A sharing session of Monica Zamudio | Thursday, 28 December 2017, 6-10pm | In respond to the nature of our surroundings, the controlled body, the access of information blurred by other ceremonies, and the instability of ground, Recording wind_data proposes a reflection on our way of listening affects our understanding of the environment and how we organize ourselves amidst the censored media. Through capturing sound or wind data, how can we relate to a specific scene? How our bodies are shaped ? How much distance reveals? Does sound brings intensity? A shape? How it can be collected? How it can be shared?

  • Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…
    12/12/2017

    Public Library of / Perpustakaan Umum…

    A Public Discussion on Self-organized Libraries | Sunday, 17 December 2017, 1.30-4 pm, at Jogja Library Center | In many countries the role of public libraries is changing. In the Netherlands many neighborhood libraries were recently closed due to budget cuts by a neo-liberal government – in Indonesia there has never been a substantial public library system. Self-organized libraries have filled some of these gaps. In what significant political moment(s) did they arise? What impact do libraries have on local communities? Can a library function as a public safe space that is open to different voices? Which tactics are deployed by self-organized libraries to encourage uncensored and unrestricted access to information?

  • The Autonomous Fabric: On Self-organization and Education
    16/11/2017

    The Autonomous Fabric: On Self-organization and Education

    Sunday, 19th November 2017 | The Autonomous Fabric is a research project that focuses on self-organisation and education. It is initiated by the Willem de Kooning Academy for fine arts and Design in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The Autonomous Fabric researches on how self-organized activist and artistic practices, engage with the city, other disciplines and each other. Self-organized initiatives often work on a small, local scale, but together they form an informal network that can span through the entire city. This ‘fabric’ is ever changing, growing and developing. In this discussion, we would like to discuss in what ways do self-organized practices find new forms to manifest themselves and what visions to shape society do they present. How we maintain an autonomous position, in a complex playing field of different forces? How can an art school connect itself to this fabric of autonomous makers in the city in a structural way?

  • Symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives
    29/05/2017

    Symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives

    Tuesday 6th June 2017, 11am – 4pm, Tropenmuseum, Linnaeusstraat 2, 1092 CK Amsterdam Heterotropics and the Research Center for Material Culture are pleased to announce the symposium Tropical Dissonance: Decolonizing knowledge through ethnographic archives on…

  • Live Stream & Podcast Radio KUNCI @Heterotropics#2
    16/05/2017

    Live Stream & Podcast Radio KUNCI @Heterotropics#2

    [scroll down for English version] Siaran langsung Radio KUNCI edisi Heterotropics #2, setiap hari Jumat dan Selasa (mulai 19 Mei-6 Juni 2017, setiap jam 19.00 WIB ). Heterotropics #2 adalah proyek riset residensi KUNCI…

  • KUNCI in Auckland as part of Politics of Sharing exhibition
    24/03/2017

    KUNCI in Auckland as part of Politics of Sharing exhibition

    Exhibition dates: March 4 – April 1, 2017 Venue: ICL Building, Level 7, 10 – 14 Lorne Street, Auckland Central Open 10am – 6pm Tuesday to Friday & 11am – 4pm Saturdays Every exhibition is a collectively…

Belajar Mendengar dengan Nguping Rekaman
28/04/2017

Belajar Mendengar dengan Nguping Rekaman

NGUPING records mengoperasikan gagasannya dengan merilis arsip-arsip audio yang bersemayam di laci-laci penyimpanan milik organisasi maupun perorangan sebagai sebuah album “musik.” Inisiatif kami ingin memperluas pengertian musik bukan semata sebagai hasil komposisi dis/harmoni vokal atau instrumen bunyi, melainkan dalam pengertiannya yang justru lebih sederhana, yakni segala hal yang dapat didengarkan.

Recording wind_data
27/12/2017

Recording wind_data

A sharing session of Monica Zamudio | Thursday, 28 December 2017, 6-10pm | In respond to the nature of our surroundings, the controlled body, the access of information blurred by other ceremonies, and the instability of ground, Recording wind_data proposes a reflection on our way of listening affects our understanding of the environment and how we organize ourselves amidst the censored media. Through capturing sound or wind data, how can we relate to a specific scene? How our bodies are shaped ? How much distance reveals? Does sound brings intensity? A shape? How it can be collected? How it can be shared?

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