The huge show "Open Codes" at the Centre for Art and Media in Karlsruhe is dedicated to the signs that not only the digital world is made of. [more …]
An exhibition being held at the ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany, discusses how life is defined in digital worlds. Rarely has the relationship between humans and machines been as intelligently decoded as has been done here. [more …]
The exhibition brings together an array of artworks from Germany to India that attest to the common language of codes. Open Codes presents pioneering works produced as part of the research and development at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe.
For 12 + year olds, participants will learn the basics of blockchain and play an interactive game that prompts individuals to think how blockchains can be used to revolutionise the secure information age, followed by a design thinking workshop on how Blockchain can be used to help society. May 26 | 11AM
Left to right: Winners of the Mumbai Hackathon: Ananya Satoskar, Maitreyi K.V., Pranit Jaiswal, Mitra Thakker
Left to right: Peter Weibel, Chairman and CEO, ZKM; Christian Lölkes, ZKM, Ananya Satoskar, Maitreyi K.V., Pranit Jaiswal, Mitra Thakker from Mumbai, winners of the Mumbai Hackathon and Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup, Mayor of Karlsruhe