Using data sculpture to explore social and environmental issues in Bangkok
June 2, 2017
Artist Talk, Friends of BACC Room, 6th floor, BACC
June 3 – 22, 2017
Workshops at BACC
June 22 – 30, 2017
Exhibition, Hall, 5th floor, BACC
Join us for a workshop with new media artist, Scott Kildall, who will lead an investigation of Bangkok’s rivers and canals. The group will examine environmental pollution due to industrialization. Scott will help participants in collecting and mapping data and show them how to turn data into sculptures. The goal is to stimulate a conversation around the effects of rapid development and industrialization. The participants will learn about data-mapping, audio and physical construction, and problem-solving.
Participants are expected to attend 20 hours of workshop activity and 40 hours of project development from June 3 – 22. The workshop schedule is Saturdays and Sundays,
June 3 – 4 and 10 – 11 with optional activities on June 6 – 8. Projects will be developed base on participants’ availability from June 12 – 22.
Free admission. Pre-registration for the workshop via online form is required.
Pre-registration is open until May 19, 2017.
To register please go to: http://bit.ly/artsincubator2017
Follow the incubator: American Arts Incubator – Thailand
About American Arts Incubator
American Arts Incubator (AAI) is an exchange program to help local communities address social issues using digital and new media art. AAI is managed by ZERO1 in partnership with Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, the U.S. Embassy Bangkok, and the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA).