This Friday, from 13h onwards, we invite you to the opening of the Time Inventors’ Kabinet Festival, a series of events about ecology and media art.
Festival dates are : 11, 12 and 13 may 2012 – daily from 1pm till late. Entrance is free!
Festival Location : OKNO – iMAL- Q-O2 Koolmijnenkaai 30/34 Quai des Charbonnages – Brussels – Belgium.
For a complete program of the exhibition, conferences, concerts and performances : please visit our festivalwebsite
we especially want to mention the walks and workshops, and when they are scheduled.
If you are planning on participating, we’d appreciate it if you could drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!
All participative activities will start at, or take place at the TIK marketplace.
Friday, 11th at 15h : OpenGreen Bike tour & Mapping (event in public space)
This bike tour through Brussels is meant to find urban voids and spaces which are only temporarily unused. We will collect memories, objects, plants and impressions. This info will be added to the shared wall map as part of the festival exhibition. The tour will last approximately 3 hours, there will be snacks and drinks for on the way. It’s important that you bring your own bike (we do not provide them) or you can rent the city bikes (learn how to do it on our website).
Every day from 13h onwards : Nothing New (workshops)
Each day we will explore a different topic. In the first part of the day we will create and talk critically about DIY and eco design and later we will hold a more technical workshop. Come alone, or with your friends and family! There are things you should bring with you! Check the shopping-list on our website.
Saturday, 12th 05 2012, from 15 to 18h : Electronic Creatures (workshop)
In this workshop you can build your own simple “life like” machine, which will generate the smallest movements or various tiny sound patterns that allude to birds or insect sounds. Prior knowledge of electronics is not required and kids (10+) are very welcome!
Sunday, 13th at 15h : Return to Thurn & Taxis (walk)
The walk re-traces the exact path of a silent soundwalk undertaken for TIK in June 2011, from OKNO to the rapidly developing urban “wasteland” of Thurn & Taxis. A discussion will follow to interrogate the relationship between sound and space, and how these may change with the passage of time.