Chester Beatty Library in partnership with Chocolate Factory, TOG – Dublin Hackerspace, Festival of Curiosity and Dublin Castle, on 5-18 December 2016
Krisjanis Rijnieks, from the Finnish Museum (Helsinki, Finland)
Objectives of the residence
To create a sound art object and present maker’s own work in a way he likes it with no pressure from the host.
- To be trained as a member of the Finnish Museum in the Scottish field.
- To exchange practices and train teenagers and adults during workshops about “projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi“.
- To exchange practices and train teenagers and adults during workshops about “projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi“
1 a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects
- Meeting Chester Library team, partners of the museum and local (Festival of Curiosity, Chocolate Factory, Dublin Castle, TOG Dublin Hackerspace, City of Dublin Youth Service Board, Teen Lab Coordinator; Bridge 21 staff..)
- Holding several Projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi workshops for teens, adults and local hacker community
- Testing, creating and experimenting a projection mapping installation at Chester Beatty Library building.
“Solutions from past projects. And a pinch of creativity in terms of variation. Always trying out something that you have never done before.”
“Most of the day I spent at the Chester Beatty reading room, it is the perfect room for coding culture and art projects.”
“Test first, think through, solve problems before they arise.”
“Tomorrow is going to be a creative day as I will spend it on building a simple generative visual solution for the final projection mapping event.”
“The last three days were full of learnings regarding the workshops. These learnings will help me a great deal to build better ones in the future.”
“After I showed the basics of my projection mapping software, it seemed that for some of them the world around them disappeared. That made me very happy”.