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Le 24 Septembre 2010 de 19h00 à 22h30

Free Art & Technology : FAT Paris !


Ils y vont

  • audrey lohard
  • klio krajewska
  • Alice Zagury
  • Paul Richardet
  • xtel
  • nadia
  • Tobias Leingruber
  • vingtetun
  • julieta pracana
  • pierre V
  • caroline
  • Clément Delangue
  • Yokai
  • Clément Charmet
  • Stephane Dartiailh
  • Samuel Huron
  • Edouard PERRIN
  • MC C-Imperatriz
  • Erwan L
  • philippe maziere
  • Cedric Pinson
  • Johann Choron
  • Sarah Logan
  • Ewen Chardronnet
  • Stew Lucking
  • Vincent VENEZIA
  • Khaled Noui
  • Theo Le Du
  • Gaspard Tine Beres
  • Vincent Glad
  • jimmy hertz
  • Sébastien Courvoisier
  • Léo Chéron
  • doff miège
  • Manuel Perret
  • Andrei Vladescu-Olt
  • Marc
  • marc swynghedauw
  • Christophe Calvez
  • Yann Tisseyre
  • Omar Elmontaser
  • matthieu b
  • Dialecti Valsamou
  • pierre antoine
  • victor defontaine
  • simon renaud
  • veronique pecheux
  • Victor Pamelard
Free Art & Technology : FAT Paris !

Free Art & Technology : FAT Paris !

Join artists Evan Roth and Tobias Leingruber at La Cantine where they will present technology based creative projects that exist at the cross section of open source and popular culture.

They will discuss their own work, as well as that of the Free Art & Technology Lab, an online hacker space experimenting with humor, activism, free culture and popular media. The presentations will be conducted primarily in English (sorry) and start at 7pm. Free Hip Hop and beer while supplies last!
We are also looking for other artists and hackers interested in open source fun that would be interested in giving short 10 minute presentations. Email project URLs to

F.A.T. Bio:
The Free Art and Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab) is an organization dedicated to enriching the public domain through the research and development of creative technologies and media. The entire F.A.T. network of artists, programmers, engineers, pranksters and viral media gurus are committed to supporting open values and the public domain through the use of emerging open licenses and the admonishment of secrecy, copyright monopolies and patents. F.A.T. Lab's mission has been achieved through the insertion of open ideals into mainstream (and often non-technical) popular culture, including the New York Times, MTV, the front page of YouTube and the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Releasing early, often and with rap music since 2007.

Evan Roth's Bio:
Evan Roth is an artist, researcher and viral media connoisseur whose work embodies the intersection of free culture and popular culture. His notable projects include L.A.S.E.R. Tag and LED Throwies (with Graffiti Research Lab), White Glove Tracking, EyeWriter, Graffiti Analysis and the first open source rap video for Jay-Z. Roth is co-founder of the Graffiti Research Lab and the Free Art & Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab), a web based, open source research and development lab. Roth has exhibited and lectured widely in the Americas, Europe and Asia, including the MoMA (NYC), the Kunsthalle (Vienna), the Tate (London), the Fondation Cartier (Paris) and the front page of Youtube. To find Roth's work online, just google "bad ass mother fucker".

Tobias Leingruber's Bio
Tobias Leingruber (tbx) is an artist and communication designer. Leingruber is doing research on the power of client-side browser software in combination with viral media and popular culture. Visually he is also exploring the power of professional (fake) amateur aesthetics.
Notable projects are, an ongoing research on experimental and viral browser software, media hacks like "Pirates of the Amazon", China Channel and his collaborations with the F.A.T. Lab. Leingruber presented his work in Europe, North America and Asia, among them ROFLcon NYC, Google Creative Lab, Mozilla HQ, Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Videotage Hong Kong and WORM Rotterdam. His work has been covered e.g. in the New York Times, LA Times, Wired, Spiegel, 3sat(TV) or

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pop , il y a 1 an : ah oui, les LED Throwies, ces milliers de LED avec des piles au mercure abandonnées sur des architectures, avant de tomber dans les égouts sans recyclage, merci pour la pollution de la planète. Ces pseudos hacker sont de vrais enfants de riches qui n'ont rien d'autre à penser que leur amusement au moment où la planète est en destruction par leur semblables...panem et circences...

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