Openhackuarium vol. 105
- Main language this week: English
- Theme : Presentation of Pangoss Labs, the future Makeshop Geneva and the mysteries of "Under the skin of a toxic-red lagoon"
- Date : Wed., July 6th, 2016. Doors opening 7.30pm, presentations at 8 pm
A small group from Pangloss Labs, the open (source) innovation centre and ecological FabLab based in and near Geneva will be visiting.
Paul Bristow, one of the co-founders, will present the lab and their open approach to entrepreneurship. Paul is also the “Gadget Guru” on World Radio Switzerland and wrote an article about the Hackuarium for the Geneva Voice Magazine. He was most recently here in the Université at the IoT Hackathon giving the keynote address about “The Unintended Consequences of the Internet of Things".
Cristina Olivotto is a physicist by training and worked in the domain of science communication and education with national and international organisations since 2003 in the context of SterrenLab. She is currently setting up with Paul Bristow in Geneva a Makeshop, an open space for makers - beginners and advanced - inspired by constructivism and social inclusion. She’ll present the Makeshop concept.
Raphaëlle Mueller is a photographer and visual artist interested in the intersection of natural and social systems - specially the ones influenced by humans (the world as a laboratory). The starting point of her research is this photography (below) of a singular red lake filled with residual bauxite (by product of aluminium production) in Romania. A mission to trace post-sovietique industrial remains since 2014. Please, click on the photo for more information.
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