iMAL organizes Dorkbot sessions in Brussels!
Dorkbot began in New-York at Columbia University in 2000 and is now an active network in 50 cities in the world. Dorkbot sessions propose informal presentations where artists, researchers, developers, hackers come to present their ongoing projects and experiments in a 30 min presentation.
Dorkbot, is the "Do It Yourself", the "work in progress" and the exchange meeting for people doing strange things with electricity. The goals of Dorkbot Bru are:
- give people doing strange things an opportunity for informal peer review
- establish a forum for the presentation of new art works/technology/software/hardware
- help establish relationships and foster collaboration between people with various backgrounds and interests
- give us all a chance to see the cool things that our neighbors are working on.
Do you want to present something at the next Dorkbot BRU?
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