Shu Lea Cheang on Sat, 3 Sep 2016 11:05:54 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> STWST48x2 by Stadtwerkstatt, Linz, Austria

Dear nettimer

(Stadtwerkstatt always welcome participation/contribution/collaboration with nettimers!! if you are around during these times. please come by the building, best hour is kitchen at after hours!!!)

Around the time of Ars Electronica and in association with Ars, Stadtwerkstatt presents STWST48x2,

Starting 14:00, 09/09/2016, ending 14:00, 11/09/2016

Following STWST48 in 2015, this year Stadtwerkstatt, the nerve center of Linz' free/open culture, presents STWST48x2, 48 hours non-stop not-comply happenings along the Danube waters.As a showcase for many of Stadtwerkstatt’s cultural initiatives, STWST48x2 brings together local and international artists, cultural workers, network mediators in its hybrid approach towards new art contexts. *The information lab* explores the nature of information; *Quasikunst*in its research mode exposes the irrational beneath rationality;*[Radio active – sink and swim] *Eleonore summer2016 residency takes up frequencies, signals, waves as means of trans/MISSION; *[7067 khz - it`s not a test]*seeks to convene a Post-Net network via radio signaling; *freq:club*pumps up oscillating frequencies; *Café Strom* holds court to its in flux visitors.

Stadtwerkstatt is an innovative cultural space founded in 1979 by a group of socially engaged art students. In advocating open source software and free spaces, they add a political dimension in confronting contemporary issues across borders, creating and presenting interdisciplinary projects in public space, radio and the Net.

Please join us if you will be at Linz at these times.

very best


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