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Call for proposals for sponsored shows

Moxie Studios is pleased to announce a new subsidized exhibition platform, and to put forth a call for exhibition proposals in the PLANE / SITE Galleries at Moxie Studios off Baggot Street in D2. Exceptional submissions will be offered waived gallery fees and related sponsorship packages as deemed fit. Please send proposals for 2011-2012 using our contact form. No post applications will be accepted or returned.

Hardware Hacking Workshop

When: Monday 18th of April, from 10am to 5pm
Where: Hosted by Moxie Studio
Bring your own laptop (Mac, Pc or Linux)
Limited to 10 participants (Booked out!)

During this Workshop participants will become familiar with basic hardware hacking and software design using Pure Data [1], while at the same time gaining hands-on experience making interactive art projects, digital art performances tools, installations, reactive objects using moving images and sounds.

The workshop covers the basis of Physical Computing[2] using hacked game controller and Pure Data. Participants will be able to control sound and visuals in Pure Data, while building unique interfaces (sensitive tile, hacked objects, body interface). Each participant be handed a USB Interface (Game Controller) to connect to their computer that they can keep after the workshop (cost included in workshop fee). Basic tools will be available too (screw drivers, pliers, etc..).

This Workshop is open to participants of different backgrounds and no programming or electronic experience is required.

[1] Pd (aka Pure Data) is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing. It is the third major branch of the family of patcher programming languages known as Max (Max/FTS, ISPW Max, Max/MSP, jMax, etc.)

[2] Physical computing takes a hands-on approach, which means that you spend a lot of time building circuits, soldering, writing programs, building structures to hold sensors and controls, and figuring out how best to make all of these things relate to a person’s expression.

One or Several Wolves

‘One or Several Wolves’, Moxie Open Studio Day, artist talk by David Madigan and RES Mini Open Demonstration/Participation. Friday, March 25, 4-10 pm


“Funeral” by Daire Irwin

Exhibition

James O’Haodha, Darragh Hughes, Rob Barry, Bryan Keane, Rai Uhlemann, Nicholas Barker, John Coll, West Connolly, Daire Irwin, Derek Fitzpatrick, Beatrice O’Connell, Caroline Canning, Patricia Doyle, Fares Fares, Kevin Gaines, Sharon White, JJ McGrath, Finn Conlon, Kevin Bohan, Rachel Agnew, Elaine Byrne, Mick O’Hara, Eoghain Phelan, Maedhbh O’Connor, Adam Gibney, Dave Madigan, K Bear Koss, Emer Roberts

And Irish-made crafts by

Daddy Larry Design, UpCycle, MINT Design, Klickity

BYOB Dublin (doc)

►PLAY #3 Friday March 25 · 4:00pm – 9:00pm

►PLAY in March will include the opening night of a group exhibition by Moxie Studios Artists- ‘One or Several Wolves’, Moxie Open Studio Day, artist talk by David Madigan and RES Mini Open Demonstration/Participation. Friday, March 25, 4-10 pm


“Funeral” by Daire Irwin

The RES Mini by Recyclism

Moxie Studios Open Day, Friday March 25

Moxie Open Studio Day from 10am, followed by the opening night of a group exhibition by Moxie Studios Artists- ‘One or Several Wolves’.

Masterclass #3

Interactive Media & Environment Master Class

When: Wednesday 16th of March
Where: Hosted by Moxie Studio
Lead by: Benjamin Gaulon
Bring your own laptop (Mac, Pc or Linux)

During this Master class participants will become familiar with basic hardware and software design while at the same time gaining hands-on experience making interactive art projects, digital art performances, installations, interactive events using moving images and sound.

The workshop covers the basis of Physical Computing[1] using Arduino[2] and Pure Data[3]. Participants will be able to control sound and visuals in Pure Data using a variety of Sensors (distance sensor, light sensor, temperature sensor, potentiometer, etc..). Each participant will have use of a starter kit (Arduino, bread boards, basic tools and sensors) for the day.

This initial class can be follow by groups or individual follow-up sessions to help participants complete a personal project or expand their knowledge in specific areas.

This Master Class is open to participants of different backgrounds and no programming or electronic experience is required.
Details on:www.recyclism.com

Interactive Media Master Class #2

Interactive Media & Environment Master Class

When: Wednesday 16th of February
Where: Hosted by Moxie Studio
Lead by: Benjamin Gaulon
Bring your own laptop (Mac, Pc or Linux)

During this Master class participants will become familiar with basic hardware and software design while at the same time gaining hands-on experience making interactive art projects, digital art performances, installations, interactive events using moving images and sound.

The workshop covers the basis of Physical Computing[1] using Arduino[2] and Pure Data[3]. Participants will be able to control sound and visuals in Pure Data using a variety of Sensors (distance sensor, light sensor, temperature sensor, potentiometer, etc..). Each participant will have use of a starter kit (Arduino, bread boards, basic tools and sensors) for the day.

This initial class can be follow by groups or individual follow-up sessions to help participants complete a personal project or expand their knowledge in specific areas.

This Master Class is open to participants of different backgrounds and no programming or electronic experience is required.
Details on:www.recyclism.com

Pre-Booking via Credit card or Paypal mandatory (nonrefundable): www.recyclism.com

VIP Room

Moxie Studios is pleased to announce the launch of it’s VIP Room- for Very Immense Projects. This is a large construction space for massive projects, commissions, collaborations or rehearsals. The room can be rented by the day, week or month. Any special needs or requirements can be addressed, but Standard Rates are:

1 day: €20
1 week: €130
1 month: €500

contact: planesite [At] mox [dOt] ie for availability, FAQ and booking.

►PLAY #2

Our monthly 1-day event has been renamed PLAY, to refocus the emphasis on works-progress, experimental genres, prototype performances and a sense of creative collaboration.

►PLAY #2 Sunday, January 30 · 4:00pm – 9:00pm

Including visual art and music from:
Music performances by Sean Miller, Jessica Galvin + Projected installation by Adam Gibney + Artist talk by John Coll on his current commissioned piece [5pm].