No. 2 – Fak’ugesi Digital Residency (SA-UK Seasons Project) #fakugesilab

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The 2015 Fak'ugesi Residency crew

With the theme “Speculative & Futurist Visions of Johannesburg”, a team of four resident creative technologists will respond to Braamfontein as a youth culture hub and location for technology development.  From the UK, Kasia Molga, media artist, hackivist and creative coder, and Ling Tan, wearable technology artist, will collaborate with Kenyan digital artist, Jepchumba and South African creative technologist, Nathan Gates. Over the three weeks of the Festival the residents will occupy the basement gallery of the Wits Art Museum as an open “Fak’ugesi Lab” where their work will evolve through public, creative and technology engagements.

Time: Various Workshops and Events over 3 weeks.

Public Participation: Various workshops & events

 

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August 22 2015

Details

Start: August 22, 2015
End: September 13, 2015
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Venue

Wits Art Museum

1 Jan Smuts Avenue
Braamfontein, Gauteng 2000 South Africa

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Phone:

+27 (0)11 717 1000

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Schedule

  • Open visiting hours: Wed – Sun 10:00 – 16:00
  • Installation Exhibition Opening: Tues 12 Sept @ 18:00 for 18:30
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Organiser

Fak’ugesi

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