Announcing the 2015 Line-up for Art-A-Hack

We are pleased to announce the selected participants for the 2015 edition of Art-A-Hack. The participants come from extremely diverse backgrounds with a wealth of complementary talents, ideas and skill sets in both art and technology.

Besides partnering with The Volumetric Society and ThoughtWorks, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Media Lab is our newest partner in our endeavor “to come together to make something new.”

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Journey Presentations at Livestream Public

Having completed our first round of hacking, our teams walked us through their journeys at the awesome new events space Livestream Public in Bushwick.

Each team presented on-stage and showed us some of their outcomes and demos. Thanks to Livestream we have archived video of the whole show.

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A Report on Art-A-Hack 2014

Our first group of artists and hackers have completed the inaugural season of Art-A-Hack. We’ve had some exciting twists and turns, and the teams will be demonstrating their work at the Livestream Public building (formerly 3rd Ward) on Saturday.

We’ve posted a full one-page write-up of all the team’s activities, or you can flick through the summaries below and click to individual team pages.

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Photos from Week Three

Check out the photos from week 3! In this week many teams were finalizing their ideas, and reflecting on their process. At the end we had a showcase and discussion about the nature and future of Art-A-Hack!

We are looking forward to showing off our results in the upcoming showcase!

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Mid-way Through Our Hack

Session number two of the co-creation experiment Art-A-Hack took place at ThoughtWorks NYC yesterday.

We are now right in the middle of our experiment. The teams have had time to double-down on their work, or to re-form, switch ideas, and to discover and push the limits around them.

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The First Week of Art-A-Hack

Art-A-Hack has kicked off with a storm! Here are photos of the 9 teams hacking over the weekend.

We were truly struck by just how broad and diverse a group we have assembled. The energy was high. Here’s looking forward to our next meeting with the teams in two weeks time. In the meantime, enjoy!

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The Results Are In!

Our open call has now closed, and we’re pleased to say we had an incredible mix of varied and exciting applications for participation!

The Art-A-Hack crew (Ellen Pearlman, Kent Rahman and Andy McWilliams) have put together nine groups that encompass twenty-one people.

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