Cyberpoetry with Jörg Piringer

The Verschwörhaus and the vh Ulm invite you: The Viennese code poet Jörg Piringer critically uses the immense digital data storage and transforms it performatively into “cyberpoetry”: sometimes as techno poem another time as visual sound poetry. His work underlines the urgency of a critical-creative examination of big data and closed source codes. As a pioneer of a new digital avant-garde, he appears for the first time with his cyberpoetry in front of an audience in Ulm. Drinks and digital beats will follow.

Admission 8€ / reduced 6€. Afterparty afterwards (DJ Samuel Rettig/Gleis 44).

 

Abschlusspräsentation von Jugend hackt im Haus der Gewerkschaften

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Dieses Jahr ist es wieder soweit: Das Jugend hackt Event findet vom 1. November bis zum 3. November ein weiteres Mal im Verschwörhaus statt. Das diesjährige Motto lautet “Mit Code die Um:Welt verbessern”. Ca. 50 Jugendliche von 12 bis 18 Jahre, sowohl aus Ulm, dem Ulmer Umland und dem bundesdeutschen Raum treffen sich ein Wochenende lang, und entwickeln ihre eigenen Projekte. Unterstütz werden sie dabei von ehrenamtlichen Mentor*innen.

Wir laden Sie ganz herzlich zur Abschlusspräsentation der Projekte am 3. November 2019 um 13.00 Uhr ins Haus der Gewerkschaften ein.

 

3D-Drucker Workshop mit David Jaeckel

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Du wolltest schon immer einmal wissen, wie der 3D-Drucker funktioniert? Deine Idee zum Leben erwecken? Der Programmierer und langjährige JH-Mentor David Jaeckel zeigt euch wie ihr eure eigene Formen drucken könnt. Zuerst gibt es spannenden Input über verschiedene 3D-Drucker-Modelle, Druckmaterial, und 3D-Druckersoftware. Danach gehts direkt ans Experimentieren am Drucker.

Wie immer ist unser Lab-Workshop offen für alle Jugendlichen zwischen 12 und 18 Jahren.

Nicht verpassen 😉

Samstag, 26. Oktober, 13.00-17.00h

GAME ARTS 🎮 Workshop with NRW Artist Award winner Leonie Wolf 🎨

Create art through games: In her workshop, Leonie Wolf will give you an introduction to game arts and 3D modelling and talk about her experience in game development.

Leonie is passionate about creating digital worlds for video games and won the NRW Artist Award for her work in 2017. She has specialized in 3D Game Arts. She has already exhibited her projects at various game festivals. Together with Cube Factory she released her game Kyklos Code on Steam at the end of 2017. In addition to her job as a 3D all-rounder at Flying Sheep Studios, she gives game development workshops.

Leonies Twitter Account here

The workshop is open to all and is aimed primarily at girls and young women with an interest in game development. For a better planning we ask for the following information with the application: Age? Do you already have experience with Game Development? If so, with which programs? What are your interests in Game Development? ulm@jugendhackt.org

28 September 2019, 13:00-18:00h

 

Night of Culture at the Verschwoerhaus: Let’s play to save the world 🎮 and generative art by Bleeptrack

 

Change the world for the better with video games! Teenagers in the Jugend hackt Lab have programmed and designed video games. Come and play! There is also bleeptrack’s generative art for “take away”.

https://www.bleeptrack.de

Jugend hackt Lab: meetings from July regularly in the Verschwoerhaus

The Jugend hackt Lab:Ulm opens its own space for you in July to experiment. Come with your ideas and present them in the Lab. Don’t you have a concrete project and are looking for inspiration? Don’t worry! Be inspired by others or ask for small challenges in the lab. As with the workshops, our great mentors will accompany you in the lab as well.

Dates:

23. July 2019, 17.00-19.30h

6. August 2019, 17.00-19.30h

13. August 2019 17.00-19.30h