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NØ SCHOOL NEVERS

JULY 1st to 14th 2019
is a unique international summer school, held in Nevers in Burgundy, aimed at students, artists, designers, makers, hackers, activists and educators who wish to further their skills and engage in critical research around the social and environmental impacts of information and communication technologies.

NØ SCHOOL

During 2 weeks, NØ SCHOOL NEVERS will offer to its 15 participants (max), the opportunity to follow a unique intensive curriculum, mixing theory and practice, research and making, led by an international panel of artists, designers, critical makers and theorists.


This summer school is targeted toward students and independent artists looking for an intensive opportunity to improve their technical skills and learn about recent developments in the field of technology and culture. Are you a graduate student working in the field of art and technology and wanting to iterate some ideas for your thesis project? Are you a doctoral student in science and technology studies and interested in learning technical skills related to your research? The program includes intensive technical workshops, afternoon studio sessions, evening conferences and concludes with an exhibition and closing concert.

Participants will be able to engage in over 10+ workshops and 10+ conferences, led by artists, academics, critical makers, hackers, designers from all over the world. Workshops will include: how to make your own e-waste laptop, hack obsolete hardware, design and solder circuits for audio-visual, do circuit bending, Use Raspberry Pi and Unix Scripting, DIY telecommunication, Technology Self Defense classes, and more... Theoretical lectures and discussions will be held around media archaeology, zombie media, the Life Cycle Assessment of technology, Algorithm and oppression, digital colonialism, hacktivism, and more... 

Working in close collaboration with our team of guest teachers NØ SCHOOL aims at creating a safe, open and inclusive working + learning environment for our guests and participants and the local members of the public. Lunches and dinner will be provided for participants, teachers and volunteers.

Participants will work individually or collectively on projects that will be documented and presented in Ravisius Textor’s gallery for the closing weekend. A concert will also be held as closing event of NØ SCHOOL NEVERS 2019.

NØ TEACHERS

NØ SCHOOL is led by artists, academics, critical makers, hackers, designers from all over the world

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TED DAVIS (US)

Ted Davis is an American media artist / designer / educator based in Basel, Switzerland, where he teaches interaction design and coordinates the UIC/HGK International Master of Design program within the Visual Communication Institute, The Basel School of Design HGK FHNW. His work and teachings explore the volatility of digital media through glitch and reactivating older ‘new media’ through newer programming means. His open source projects (basil.js, XYscope, P5LIVE) enable designers to program within Adobe InDesign, render vector graphics on vector displays, and collaboratively create live coded visuals. With international exhibits, lectures and workshops, he empowers students to take hold of the computer’s ability to design possibilities beyond that of the hand or mouse.

teddavis.org

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REGINE DEBATTY (BE)

Régine Debatty is a writer, curator, critic, and founder of we-make-money-not-art.com, a blog which received 2 Webby awards and recently received an honorary mention at the START Prize, a competition that acknowledges ” innovative projects at the interface of science, technology and art”. Régine is known for her writings that explore the connections between art, science, technology, and social issues. 
She also created A.I.L. (Artists in Laboratories), a weekly radio program about the collaborations between art and science for Resonance104.4fm in London (2012–14), and is the co-author of the “sprint book” New Art/Science Affinities, published by Carnegie Mellon University.

we-make-money-not-art.com

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MARTIN DE BIE (FR)

Born in Paris. Graduated in 2008 from the ESADSE (Design Masters), I entered the EnsADlab research department of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in 2009. During this period, I started to collaborate with the french branch of the Graffiti Research Lab and began to develop an experimental approach to design, combining interaction technologies with avant-garde urban socio-cultural practices. I also co-founded an hackerspace specialised in e-Textile, DataPaulette. I share my time between teaching physical computing and interaction design, at ENSAD, Parsons Paris, and other school, personal research on hybrid materials (intertwining traditional techniques with high-tech processes) and GRL[fr] projects. I live and work in Paris.

martindebie.com

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TERESA DILLON (IE)

Teresa Dillon is an artist and researcher whose work symbolically and critically examines the techno-civic systems that affect and shape everyday urban life.

Over the last 15 years, her research has contributed to policy thinking on open data, and she has written on the role of open source within art and education, repair, surveillance histories, and urban wildlife; sound, noise, and the electromagnetic spectrum, infrastructural literacy, and the urban commons.
Since 2013 she has been hosting urbanknights.org, a program of talks and workshops that provoke and promote practical approaches to urban governance, city living, and civic wellbeing. She is currently Professor of City Futures at the School of Art and Design, UWE Bristol.

polarproduce.org

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BENJAMIN GAULON (FR)

Since 2003, Benjamin Gaulon, has been an artist, researcher and educator. His research focuses on the limits and failures of information and communication technologies; planned obsolescence, consumerism and disposable society; ownership and privacy; through the exploration of détournement, hacking and recycling.
He is currently Director of NØ, a non profit organisation whose mission is to support and promote emerging art and design research and practices that address the social and environmental impacts of information and communication technologies, in France and beyond. His the CEO of IoDT, the Internet of Dead Things Institute.
He has been Associate Professor at The New School Parsons Paris.

recyclism.com

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SARAH GARCIN (FR)

Sarah Garcin is a graphic designer and programmer based in Paris.
She is particularly interested in the collaborative writing practices and human-machine interfaces. In this research, she works with l’atelier des chercheurs, a research group that is developing documentation and knowledge sharing tools in learning contexts. She also works with the g-u-i studio, where she is carrying out a reflection on new editorial practices. In this way, she builds live publishing machine and has created PrePostPrint with Raphael Bastide, a research group for alternative publishing systems.
She is also using free and open source code and content and distribute her tools under free licence.

sarahgarcin.com

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GIJS GIESKES (NL)

I am a industrial-designer/artist from the Netherlands specializing in the design of electronic devices, for audiovisual use.
When i started to make electronic things i knew almost nothing about how they work, but with simple solutions i managed to make usable instruments anyway. For instance i used a speaker as a relay, where a transistor should have been used. Because of knowing little i used my creativity in a none efficient way, i invented things that already existed. But i feel proud of these inventions, for instance the Relay, the Vactrol and the Phase Locked Loop. Nowadays i know much more about electronics, but i still want to work the same way as when i started.

gieskes.nl

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GARNET HERTZ (CA)

Dr. Garnet Hertz is Canada Research Chair in Design and Media Arts and is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Design and Dynamic Media at Emily Carr University. His art and research investigates DIY culture, electronic art and critical design practices. He has shown his work at several notable international venues in fifteen countries including SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica, and DEAF and was awarded the 2008 Oscar Signorini Award in robotic art. He has worked at Art Center College of Design and University of California Irvine. His research is widely cited in academic publications, and popular press on his work has disseminated through 25 countries including The New York Times, Wired, The Washington Post, NPR...

conceptlab.com

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DASHA ILINA (RU)

Dasha Ilina is a digital artist born in Moscow, Russia and currently based in Paris, France.
Her work questions the relationship we have with our devices and their physical interfaces and transforms current technological issues into digital and physical artworks that are interactive, educational, and often ironic and entertaining.
She is the founder of Center for Technological Pain, a center dedicated to eradicating health problems that arise from the use of technological devices.

dashailina.com

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EWA JUSTKA (PL)

Ewa Justka is a polish electronic acid-technoise artist, self taught instruments builder and electronics teacher based in London.
She is also interested in the notion of materiality of objects, vibrant, ontological systems (human bodies, electronic circuits, integrated circuits: varied range of micro and macro environments and relations between them) and an investigation of modes of quasi-direct perception through extreme light and sound actions, electronics, hardware hacking, breaking, deconstructing, wiring - or, to put it bluntly - designing synths and playing hard techno.

ewajustka.tumblr.com

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KARL KLOMP (NL)

Karl Klomp is a media artist working as video designer in theater, opera and live events. He integrates new technologies with traditional media such as theater, opera, sculpture, live events, site-specific installations. His resources rang from modern architecture, ancient theater concepts, video- & light art.
Klomp has been commissioned internationally by institutions International Theater Amsterdam, Beijing Music Festival, National Taiwan Museum, Todays Art Den Haag, Steim Amsterdam, STRP festival Eindhoven, Transmediale Festival Berlin, Money Town New York City, Sonic Acts Amsterdam.

karlklomp.nl

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SÉNAMÉ KOFFI AGBODJINOU (TG)

Architect and anthropologist, Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou is the creator of the collaborative research platform on the issues of architecture and the African city 'L'Africaine d'architecture'. Founder and catalyst at WoeLabs, the network of Togolese grassroots techhubs whose ambition is to "make everyone equal in the face of technology" and in which he helped to launch the dozen shared companies of the #silliconvillage Group.

Sénamé leads the network of WoeLabs (African Spaces of Technological Democracy), atypical places that make it possible to pool intelligences and mix different populations adopting practices with low environmental impact. 

lafricainedarchitecture.com

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LOVID (US)

LoVid's interdisciplinary works explore the often invisible or intangible aspects of contemporary society, such as communication systems and biological signals. We are particularly interested in the ways technology seeps into the evolution of human culture.
Our practice includes performances, participatory public art, handmade technologies, textiles, prints, App-art, experimental video, and immersive installations. We focus on the juxtaposition of media with physical objects, geographic spaces, and the human touch. We are interested in bridging between handmade engineering and traditional art or craft forms by using a DIY philosophy and aesthetic. This allows us to reflect on the role of handmade production and the physical gesture of art making in a time increasingly dominated by machines and virtual experiences. Our diverse practice invokes processes and ideas from art, science, and technology, to question perceptions of time, place, and the self in the networked era.

lovid.org

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ALESSANDRO LUDOVICO (IT)

Alessandro Ludovico is a researcher, artist and chief editor of Neural magazine since 1993. He received his Ph.D. degree in English and Media from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK). He is Associate Professor at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton and Lecturer at Parsons Paris – The New School. He has published and edited several books, and has lectured worldwide. He also served as an advisor for the Documenta 12's Magazine Project. He is one of the authors of the award-winning Hacking Monopolism trilogy of artworks (Google Will Eat Itself), Amazon Noir, Face to Facebook).

neural.it

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KRIS MADDEN (US)

Kris Madden is an American designer and creative technologist based in Paris. Her time as an educator inspires her provocative contributions to the high-tech DIY and open source communities. Specializing in programming and physical computing, she creates objects, installations, and websites that push technology’s boundaries to produce new and interactive experiences.

krismadden.fr

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NICOLAS MAIGRET (FR)

NICOLAS MAIGRET exposes the internal workings of media, through an exploration of their dysfunctions, limitations or failure thresholds which he develops into immersive, ambiguous and critical artworks. He initiated disnovation.org, a working group which aims to disrupt, pervert, and complexify the accounts on technological innovation. The group develops situations of disturbance, speculation, and debate, challenging the ideology of innovation and stimulating the dissemination of alternative narratives. He teaches at Parsons Paris and develops a research on “Black Boxes” with V2_ Rotterdam and UCL Louvain. With Maria Roszkowska he co-edited The Pirate Book, an anthology on media piracy.
His work has been presented in numerous exhibitions and festivals around the world including Transmediale (Berlin), Museum of Art and Design (New York), Chaos Communication Congress (Hamburg)...

disnovation.org

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ALEX MCLEAN (UK)

Alex McLean is a software artist, live coding musician and researcher of pattern, with interests surrounding computer programming as a cultural activity, particularly Live Coding, where computer languages are used as creative, live interfaces for interacting with the world. Alex completed his PhD in Goldsmiths, University of London in 2011, with thesis “Artist-Programmers and Programming Languages for the Arts”, leading to a research fellowship in the School of Music, University of Leeds.
Alex has enjoyed being an active member of electronic art communities for 19 years, co-founding the runme software art repository, the dorkbot meetings in London and Sheffield, the TOPLAP live coding and Algorave algorithmic dance music movements, international conferences on live coding and live interfaces, and the AlgoMech festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement. He also instigated TidalCycles, a live coding environment for exploring musical pattern.

slab.org

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NICOLAS NOVA (CH)

Nicolas Nova is an ethnographer, futures researcher, writer and curator. He is both the co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory, a futures research agency based in Europe and California, and an Associate Professor at the Geneva School of Arts and Design (HEAD – Genève). His work lies at the intersection of anthropology, interaction design and digital technologies, with a particular interest in observing and documenting digital practices, as well as creating design fictions. Nicolas has given talks and exhibited his work in venues such SXSW, EPIC, the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference, O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, NEXT, the design week in Milano, and the Institute for the Future.

nicolasnova.net

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FRED PAULINO (BR)

Fred Paulino (1977) is an artist, designer, researcher and curator born in Brazil, where he still lives. He got a BA in Computer Science and post graduate studies in Contemporary Art. He creates artworks in different media including print, street art, video, installations, electronics and coding. He is the coordinator of Gambiologia, a creative platform which adopts the local tradition of “gambiarra” as a source of inspiration for works in art and technology. Fred produced and curated “Gambiologos”, an international collective exhibition (2010/2014/2018) and is the editor-in-chief of Facta, the gambiologia magazine.

gambiologia.net

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CLAIRE RICHARD (FR)

Claire Richard is a journalist and a translator. Alumna from l’École normale supérieure LSH of Lyon, she has published Politiques de la littérature contemporaine, politiques du lien (Archives Contemporaines) and translated multiple plusieurs works from english to french, for example Alone Together (Seuls Ensemble), by Sherry Turkle and Some conditions of obedience and disobedience to authority (Expérience sur l’obéissance et la désobéissance à l’autorité). As a journalist at rue89, she covers culture and ideas in the digital domain. She also makes documentaries and fictions for Arte radio and is a part of the collective Studiomobile.

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ANTONIO ROBERTS (UK)

Antonio Roberts is a New Media artist and Curator based in Birmingham, UK. He uses uses technology-driven processes to explore issues surrounding open source software, free culture and collaborative practices.
His visual and performance work has been featured at galleries and festivals including databit.me in Arles, France (2012), Glitch Moment/ums at Furtherfield Gallery, London (2013), Loud Tate: Code at Tate Britain (2014), glitChicago at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago, US (2014), Permission Taken at Birmingham Open Media and University of Birmingham (2015-2016), ...
He is Curator at Vivid Projects, Near Now Fellow, and is part of the Advisory Group for New Art West Midlands.

hellocatfood.com

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MARIA ROSZKOWSKA (PL)

Maria Roszkowska is a Polish graphic designer based in Paris. She has been associate researcher at EnsadLab Paris. Between 2010 and 2014 she joined Intégral Ruedi Baur, a cultural graphic design studio in France. In 2013, she designed and coordinated "Don't Brand my public space" for Lars Müller Publishers, a 3 years research on the issue of cities applying branding strategies. She's the editor of a second book about the copy culture "The Pirate Book".

disnovation.org

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LOURENS ROZEMA (NL)

Lourens is a self-taught software programmer with more then 20 years experience in writing tons of code in various languages and architectures. For the past 15 years he has been an entrepreneur with education in electronics engineering. Most of his experience is with the internet of things. He has successfully started, maintained and sold various companies and products.

lourensrozema.nl

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JEROME SAINT-CLAIR (FR)

Jerome Saint-Clair aka 01010101 is a French artist, engineer and researcher, who works in the fields of art and technology since 2001.
He evolves and experiments in multiple domains, such as, but not limited to: poetic computation, urban and software hacking, retail poisonning, experimental music, creative coding, media archeology,... His work, primilarily based on programming and electronics, takes as many forms as net art, generative art, interactive installations, performances, experimental music and visuals, software and objects.
He is a founding member of the Graffiti Research Lab France (2011), the DEad Minitel Orchestra (2013) and the Internet of Dead Things Institute (2018).

www.saint-clair.net

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PHILLIP STEARNS (US)

Phillip David Stearns is an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. His practice involves the use of a wide range of electronic technologies and media to address the many roles technology plays in contemporary society. Deconstruction, reconfiguration, and extension are key methodologies and techniques employed in the production of works that range from audio visual performances, electronic sculptures, light and sound installation, digital textiles, and other oddities both digital and material. He received his MFA in music composition and integrated media from the California Institute of Arts in 2007 and his BS in music technology from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2005.

phillipstearns.com

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CHRIS SUGRUE (US)

Chris Sugrue is an artist and programmer developing interactive installations, audio-visual performances and experimental interfaces. Her works experiment with technology in playful and curious ways and investigate topics such as artificial life, eye-tracking and optical illusions. In 2009, she collaborated to help develop the EyeWriter, a low-cost eye controlled drawing tool for ALS patients. The EyeWriter was honored with Design of the Year award for interactive category, the Future Everything Award, and a Golden Nica from Ars Electronica.
Sugrue holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design.

csugrue.com

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DANIEL TEMKIN (US)

Daniel Temkin (b. 1973, Boston) makes images, programming languages, and interactive pieces that explore systems of logic and language. He was recently awarded the 2014 Creative Capital / Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for the esoteric.codes blog, his exploration of programming languages as art. His work has been a critic's pick in ArtNews, the New York Times and the Boston Globe, and shown at Mass MoCA, American History Museum, and projected on the Manhattan Bridge as part of Dumbo Arts Fest. He has presented at conferences such as SIGGRAPH, ISEA, Media Art Histories, GLI.TC/H, and hacker conferences such as NOTACON.

danieltemkin.com

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TOKTEK (NL)

Tom Verbruggen aka TokTek is a Dutch artist who designs and deconstructs his own electronic instruments, giving his music a unique character and allowing him to improvise live on stage with the help of a joystick - the central piece in his live equipment.
Behind TokTek stands musician and visual artist Tom Verbruggen, who aside from building his own instruments is an improviser: synths, toys and computer become instruments. His eclectic electronic style has been described as illogical hardware bending, where the outcome creates dramatic live compositions, which break down into delicate and tender sound moments.

toktek.org

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::VTOL:: (RU)

Dmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: (b.1986, Moscow) is a transdisciplinary artist and researcher. He focuses on contemporary media arts including sound, robotics and installation, placing special emphasis on the link between emergent systems and new kinds of technological synthesis.
His works have been exhibited at museums and galleries worldwide, including the NCCA, MMOMA, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Tretyakov State Gallery, Electromuseum, Laboratoria Art&Science Space (Moscow), Laznia Center for Contemporary Arts (Gdansk), ZKM Zentrum (Karlsruhe), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder)...

vtol.cc

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SYSTAIME (FR)

Artist of the multimedia and the networks, Michaël Borras A.K.A Systaime is the founder of the movement French Trash Touch, he is an important actor of the international alternative artistic network, the digital art and the art in network.
Michaël Borras works on numerous international artistic events as producer, organizer, speaker, art curator.
In 2011, he is the inspirator and the founder of the Spamm, the Museum of the Super Modern Arts.

systaime.com

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JON CATES (ONLINE)

jonCates is Associate Professor in the departments of Film, Video, New Media, and Animation (FVNMA) and Art History, Theory and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). At SAIC Cates created the New Media Ar t and Media Art Hystories curriculum. He is an early and consistent contributor to the field of Media Art Histories, being the first graduate of the first international Graduate program founded by Oliver Grau at the Donau-Universität Krems Austria. Cates was recently an invited speaker at Harvard Art Museums for JODI’s solo exhibition presented in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) exhibition Art in the Age of the Internet; the international Media Art Histories conference series; and the Glitch Art Festival in Zagreb, Croatia. Cates also curates others and exhibits his own projects globally.

systemsapproach.net

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JANET GUNTER (UK)

Janet is an American/British activist, anthropologist who has lived and worked in Brazil, East Timor, Portugal and Mozambique. She has lived in Brixton, south London, for 10 years and feels at home there.

The Restart Project was born in 2013 out of our frustration with the throwaway, consumerist model of electronics that we’ve been sold, and the growing mountain of e-waste that it’s leaving behind. By bringing people together to share skills and gain the confidence to open up their stuff, we give people a hands-on way of making a difference, as well as a way to talk about the wider issue of what kind of products we want.

therestartproject.org

NØ SCHOOL NEVERS FEE 1200€

All meals included (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner).
Affordable housing available on request. 

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NØ SCHEDULE WEEK 1

Schedule subject to changes.
All talks are free and open to the public and will be held at Ravisius Textor.

MONDAY 07.01

NØ LAB 1
9.00 > 13.00

TECH WON’T SAVE US
FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE INTRODUCTION
BENJAMIN GAULON + DASHA ILINA + GUESTS NØ TEACHERS

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 1
19.00 > 21.00

TECH WON'T SAVE US
BEN GAULON
ALESSANDRO LUDOVICO
NICOLAS MAIGRET
MARIA ROSZKOWSKA
REGINE DEBATTY


NØ DINNER
21.00 

TUESDAY 07.02

NØ LAB 2
9.00 > 13.00

DISNOVATION
CRITIQUE OF DOMINANT IDEOLOGY OF TECH INNOVATION
NICOLAS MAIGRET + MARIA ROSZKOWSKA + REGINE DEBATTY

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 2
19.00 > 21.00

CRITICAL MAKING
FRED PAULINO
GARNET HERTZ
SÉNAMÉ KOFFI A.
TERESA DILLON

JANET GUNTER 

NØ DINNER
21.00 

WEDNESDAY 07.03

NØ LAB 3
9.00 > 13.00

KLICKER
DIY ELECTRONIC & HARDWARE HACKING & EURORACK & RECYCLING
VTOL + GUESTS

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 3
19.00 > 21.00

HACKING + ARTISANAL TECH + GLITCH ART
MARTIN DEBIE
KRIS MADDEN
PHILLIP STEARNS
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR


NØ DINNER
21.00 

THURSDAY 07.04

NØ LAB 4
9.00 > 13.00

ARTISANAL TECH GROW YOUR PHONE + SOFT CIRCUIT + DIY IOT
MARTIN DEBIE
KRIS MADDEN
+GUESTS


NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 4
19.00 > 21.00

ALTERNATIVE PUBLISHING + SYSTEMS
SARAH GARCIN
TOMBOLO PRESSES


NØ DINNER
21.00 

FRIDAY 07.05

NØ LAB 5
9.00 > 13.00

PRE-POST-PRINT
OPEN SOURCE ALTERNATIVE PUBLISHING SYSTEMS                  
SARAH GARCIN
THIERRY CHANCOGNE
+GUESTS


NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 5
19.00 > 21.00

CENTER FOR TECH PAIN TECH SELF-DEFENSE
DASHA ILINA
SYSTAIME
ANTONIO ROBERTS


NØ DINNER
21.00 

SATURDAY 07.06

NØ LAB 6
9.00 > 13.00

INTRODUCTION TO PURE DATA                                                     ANTONIO ROBERTS
+GUESTS

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCHEDULE WEEK 2

Schedule subject to changes.
All talks are free and open to the public and will be held at Ravisius Textor.

MONDAY 07.08

NØ LAB 7
9.00 > 13.00

ESOTERIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
ESOTERIC PROGRAMMING, DISRUPTIVE CODES, DIFFERENTIAL THOUGHT PLATFORMS...
DANIEL TEMKIN

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 6
19.00 > 21.00

ESOTERIC CODES + CREATIVE CODING + HACKTIVISM
CLAIRE RICHARD
DANIEL TEMKIN
TED DAVIS


NØ DINNER
21.00 

TUESDAY 07.09

NØ LAB 8
9.00 > 13.00

P5LIVE INTRODUCTION TO LIVE CODING VISUALS                    TED DAVIS
+GUESTS


NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 7
19.00 > 21.00

HACKZ + GLITCH + SONIC ART
RECYCLISM
VTOL

NØ DINNER
21.00 

WEDNESDAY 07.10

NØ LAB 9
9.00 > 13.00

SOUND ART DIY ACID SEQUENCER. ELECTRONIC DESIGN BASICS
EWA JUSTKA

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ TALK 8
19.00 > 21.00

RECYCLING SOUND + LIVE SAMPLING + DIY EURORACKS
GIJS GIESKES
TOM VERBRUGGEN

EWA JUSTKA

NØ DINNER
21.00 

THURSDAY 07.11

NØ LAB 10 & 11
9.00 > 13.00

REFUNCT MEDIA MODULAR #1
CIRCUIT BENDING, E-WASTE RECYCLING. MODULAR KINETIC ART...
GIJS GIESKES + FRED PAULINO + KARL KLOMP + TOM VERBRUGGEN + BENJAMIN GAULON + LOURENS ROZEMA + VTOL + GARNET HERTZ ....

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

REFUNCT MEDIA MODULAR #2
CIRCUIT BENDING, E-WASTE RECYCLING. MODULAR KINETIC ART...
GIJS GIESKES + FRED PAULINO + KARL KLOMP + TOM VERBRUGGEN + BENJAMIN GAULON + LOURENS ROZEMA + VTOL + GARNET HERTZ ....

NØ TALK 9
19.00 > 21.00

DIY VIDEO SIGNAL + REPAIRS
LOVID
KARL KLOMP
NICOLAS NOVA


NØ DINNER
21.00 

FRIDAY 07.12

NØ LAB 12
9.00 > 13.00

DIY VIDEO SYNTH VIDEO + E-TEXTILE
LOVID + GUESTS

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO                        

NØ TALK 10
19.00 > 21.00

LIVE CODING
ALEX MCLEAN
TED DAVIS

NØ DINNER
21.00 

SATURDAY 07.13

NØ LAB 13
9.00 > 13.00

TIDLE CYCLE LIVE CODING ALGORITHMIC DRUMMING CIRCLE
ALEX MCLEAN + GUESTS

NØ LUNCH
13.00 > 14.30

NØ SCRIPT NETWORK HACKING TOOLS
14.30 > 15.00
JEROME SAINT-CLAIR + PHILLIP STEARNS

NØ CRITICAL MAKING STUDIO
15.00 > 18.00
BEN GAULON + GARNET HERTZ + FRED PAULINO

NØ SHOW OPENING
18.00 > 20.30
NØ END OF SCHOOL EXHIBITION AT RAVISIUS TEXTOR

NØ LIVE
21.00 - 01:00

NØ LIVE is a set of live audio and video performances that are free and open to the public. The performances will take place on Saturday 13th of July from 9pm to 1am at the Église Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay. 

NØ ORG

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NØ ASSOCIATION

NØ is a non profit organisation whose mission is to support and promote emerging art and design research and practices that address the social and environmental impacts of information and communication technologies, in France and beyond. NØ supports experimental research and creative practices; explores and proposes new ways of learning rooted in media, art, design, activism and more; and organises public events, from concerts and festivals, to exhibitions and symposia, that are critical to its mission.

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NØ SCHOOL

Initiated and led by artist and educator Benjamin Gaulon aka Recyclism, NØ SCHOOL is an artist run school founded in 2018 in Paris.

Designed as a hybrid between learning, residency and research, NØ SCHOOL is aimed at students, artists, designers, makers, hackers and educators who wish to further their skills and engage in critical research and discussions around the social and environmental impacts of information and communication technologies.

noschoolnevers.com

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RAVISIUS TEXTOR

Ravisius Textor is a pedagogical space founded in 2017 located in the heart of Nevers city at 8 rue des 4 vents. It hosts: a library dedicated to design, graphic design and contemporary art, a Riso printing studio and an exhibition and events space.

Created by Tombolo Presses, Ravisius Textor is ran by and for current and former students of l’École Supérieure d’Arts Appliqués de Bourgogne.

ravisiustextor.eu

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IoDT INSTITUTE

In the current state of climate emergency and the specter of a global ecological collapse, the Internet of Dead Things Institute is dedicated to repurposing so-called obsolete information and communication technologies. We create and re-purpose devices, from some of the 50 million tons of toxic e-waste that traditionally end up in landfills each year, into new and open source tools. Our mission is also to educate and empower a broad audience on how to hack and re-purpose obsolete and often black-box technologies in order to design their own tools.

theinternetofdeadthings.com

NØ SPACE

NØ SCHOOL NEVERS is hosted by the former historical Manufacture de Faïence Montagnon, 2 minutes walk from the train station, it will spread over 3 floors (about 580 meter square) mixing social, learning and working spaces.

NØ LIVE

NØ LIVE is a set of live audio and video performances that are free and open to the public. The performances will take place on Saturday 13th of July from 9pm to 1am at Église Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay.

NØ TALKS

Free and open to the public. Hosted by Ravisius Textor from 7PM to 9PM.

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NØ SPONSORS