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Research Gathering, Aalto, Department of Art

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Description:

Research Gathering of Doctoral Students from the Department of Art, Aalto University.
It is a second meeting of the Research Gathering series, which this time will be held in Temporary.
During the Research Gathering Taneli Luotoniemi will be presenting his research on "The interlacing of the artistic and the mathematical in constructive knot ornamentation".

Goals:

Goals:
- to share and discuss ongoing work (questions/doubts/challenges) amongst friends/peers and special invitees who can give comments,
- to exchange experiences/knowings in our field (conferences; possible collaborators; calls etc...).

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

7th of August 2017 from 5 PM till 7 PM

Intended participants:

Around 15 doctoral students from the Art Department of Aalto University

Svamp 6.0 (open sound/music improvisation)

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Description:

SVAMP has been a long-running series of open sound/music improvisation workshops that have taken place in Helsinki (and Tallinn) sporadically for years. They have been organised by various entities, most recently by Äänen Lumo, and often featured a guest musician leading the group through exercises.

Temporary would be a fantastic venue for musical improvisation. Why don't we get these going again? Or maybe they don't have to be called SVAMP, we can let that name die. Or we can keep it. It doesn't matter. These can still be organised by/with Äänen Lumo or they don't have to be. It doesn't matter. They can still be led by guest musicians or not. It doesn't matter.

The point is, let's have a regular meeting place for people to improvise sound and music together and try out various exercises, games, examples and experiments. And to just play freely. And most of all, to listen.

Goals:

To increase communication between improvising artists, musicians and soundies

To make some stuff at Temporary and not just talk so much about making stuff

To play and enjoy the beauty of sound created by groups

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

Monthly?

Intended participants:

Anyone - musicians and non-musicians must feel equally welcome here, or I quit

Works in Progress

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Description:

Now that Temporary is transitioning to Open Time, we still need a regular weekly 'meeting' to review proposals and do the minimal amount of admin necessary. This took place on Tuesday evenings for the first 6 months of Temporary and was always intended to be a social gathering, though it never really was.

Let's continue the Tuesday meeting idea but reboot things slightly - the activities will be explicitly social in nature, meaning we close our laptops and share some food and drink. Each week (unless there is an already-scheduled Tuesday experiment), we'll try to find one person to tell us about something they are working on. It doesn't have to be overly structured or 'curated' but just casual.

The 'Works in Progress' title is intended to emphasise that anyone sharing their ideas should explicitly choose projects that are unfinished or still being developed; this can just be notes, research, whatever, in any field or discipline.

Goals:

To foster a sense of togetherness among Temporary's participants

To share ideas in progress and to get feedback and input from others

To provide interesting, creative people a place to gather weekly that doesn't require them to spend money like at a bar or restaurant

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

Every Tuesday evening where there is not an already-scheduled experiment

Intended participants:

Anyone and everyone

FuLfilling nEeds viA MAnaging quiRKy objEcTs (FLEA MARKET)

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Description:

That's right, it's a good old flea market.

This is a chance for the members of Temporary to practice a bit of charity, a bit of zen, and have a fun time doing it.

In a similar way to the Temporary Services events, FLEA MARKET is a way for Temporary members to turn extraneous objects into a means of Temporary being a bit closer to sustaining itself financially.

As always, I will make sure that there are snacks, tea, and coffee. Participants please bring whatever books, clothes, knick-knacks, or handmade items you are willing to part with for the sake of the Temporary community.

Don't forget to advertise in your own networks and invite friends to come browse!

Goals:

-for participants to enjoy purging extraneous household items for the sake of charity

-for people currently outside the Temporary community to be invited and see what we're all up to

-for the Temporary community to enjoy some pleasant buying/selling/haggling

-to see what weird shit we might all be keeping in our homes

How often?
Recurring regularly (1 estimated)

Timeframe

Every second Sunday of the month (starting June 11th)

Intended participants:

Anyone who has some extra stuff around the house and likes giving back

Magic Mondays: Electric Sound Meditation

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Description:

Electric Sound Meditation is a twice-monthly experimental music and meditation series open to all members of Helsinki community. Each session is hosted by a different experimental musician or sound artist.

There has already been 6 of these sessions, and I'm proposing that this series continue its summer sessions at Temporary as a way to incorporate wellbeing practices with fresh experimental noise-/music-making in a safe and comfy space. Each session can be followed by a slow waking up, hangout, and snacks.

Goals:

To push the boundaries of what is possible for listening practices, meditation, and experimental music, and to create a refreshing communal experience for everyone involved.

How often?
Multiple meetings (4 estimated)

Timeframe

May 15, May 29, June 12, June 26, all from 19:00-20:00

Intended participants:

People with ears who like to relax

Gavvamo

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Description:

I want to create a whole new language together with you, this language we create may have influences of already existing words from languages from different parts of the world. The most interesting is to arrive at a common agreement on words and to build from there. By the end of the experiment I would like to arrive at at least 100 words vocabulary.

Goals:

* Through creating a new language we try to understand how our brains comprehend verbal or word-based information.
* To enjoy our own sense of association to words and what else they could mean.
* To understand the priority of our Vocabulary, what words we learn, create first.
* To actually learn this language and to practice it with the peers from the workshop.
* To maybe take this new language and words we create into the other commonly spoken languages, and to see how fast or slow these words conquer.

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

7th of July

Intended participants:

All the wordsmiths, language enthusiasts, innovators, language teachers.

Discussion: SOLU

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Description:

The Bioartsociety invites everybody to come and discuss the plans for SOLU - a platform and artistic laboratory for art, science and society. Since its launch in 2008 the Bioartsociety has continuously worked to develop artistic practices at the intersection of art and natural sciences with a strong environmental research angle. The current size and infrastructure of the Bioartsociety is too small to answer to the increasing interests and opportunities in the field of art&science. To develop the current potential of the field the Bioartsociety aims to establish SOLU.
SOLU is a catalyst and incubator for the development of interdisciplinary art practices. SOLU encourages work on the intersection of art, science and society to leave its comfort zones, to push the boundaries and cross borders to become what we can’t possibly know. SOLU seeks the frontiers of art and extends the practices of artists engaging with scientific processes, facilities and technologies in order to participate in and reveal and illuminate the social, political and cultural contexts that brought them into being. SOLU offers opportunities and visibility to the work of professionals, it allows to make better use of already established program of the Bioartsociety, it allows the development of new formats and initiatives, and it enables the involvement of local, Nordic/Baltic and international partners for collaborations and exchanges.

Goals:

* To introduce the SOLU project
* To get the community (individuals and partner organisations) involved in the development of SOLU
* To get feedback from the community about
- what SOLU should become
- what SOLU should offer in terms of infrastructure, programs and opportunities
- how to be involved

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

7.6.2017 17-20h

Intended participants:

artists, scientists, practitioners and others (robots, mushrooms, protocells etc.), as well as organisations interested in art&science

Tinder Lounge

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Description:

When Tinder entered popular culture, there was much ballyhoo in the media about it -- the famous Vanity Fair ‘dating apocalypse’ article being the most hysterical and widely-circulated — but after a few years it’s just become another fact of modern life. I’ve stood on the Helsinki metro overlooking multiple seated passengers all using Tinder at the same time, swiping their hearts out. It’s no longer a faux pas to admit to meeting someone this way.

Temporary is a platform for experimental interactions, and it strikes me that Tinder is also this, though I doubt it is used much in this way. And also like Temporary, Tinder is also where the social and the technical meet. We have a tool that can introduce us to hundreds of potential strangers, all of whom are theoretically ‘open’ on some level, who would never otherwise know about what we do at Temporary.

If you would like to participate in Tinder Lounge, install Tinder and find between 3 and 5 matches who are willing to come along to the experiment with you. During Tinder Lounge we will interact in structured and semi-structured ways through a series of exercises and games, with results to be collected from all participants (ideally 20-30 people) through a series of surveys and other feedback forms. There will also be ample time to ‘hang out’, since it’s a lounge, after all.

If this experiment receives enough pledges to be scheduled: Please do not be deceitful or manipulative to any poor strangers who you match with on Tinder. Please send them a link to the experiment webpage and make sure they know what they are getting into. Tinder Lounge is not intended to be a group date, swingers club or anything romantic in nature, though we will safely explore the complicated concepts of ‘intimacy’ and ‘openness’. You need not be single to participate in Tinder Lounge, though again we insist that you are up-front about this to whichever Tinder matches you might invite.

Goals:

I have been wondering: what is the quantitative impact of our cultural creations? As much energy as we may put into making art installations, short films, sound recordings, paintings, etc., we usually only reach a small number of already-in-the-loop, culture-consuming people - or just our friends. At best we might experience an incursion into popular culture forms, or perhaps some international recognition or commercial success. Call me cynical (and many do), but I see our regular cultural products as existing in a ‘safe’ space, a space carved out to accommodate a predetermined spectrum of expression. Our lifestyles continue as before, whether we see such-and-such exhibition or not, mediated by our consumer choices and other pressures.

So what actually has changed the way we live, on a mass scale? Social media technology, of course. This is hardly an original or deep observation, but I wonder how we might utilise these technologies to challenge our own daily realities instead of just being passive victims of their marketing research and data-mining.

Also: what happens when a tool like Tinder, which admittedly is very minimal and hands-off in how you behave, is 'mis-used' in ways that its creators did not intend?

And finally, there is the basic experiment of what happens when you put 30 strangers in a room for an evening and ask them to indulge in various games and interactions.

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

A summer night (late June or July), because everyone is more 'open' in the summer

Intended participants:

Anyone who is curious about interacting with strangers who you match with due to superficial reasons

A Series of Copper-Kimchi(김치) / Cu(I)O/C 6H10CuO6 Portraits in the Bio-Commons Landscape

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Description:

I started Copper-Kimchi combination experiments at the end of 2015, start of 2016, within the context of the Ferment Lab Taipei/Helsinki project (initiated by Agnieszka Pokyrwka) that intuitively brought together typically unrelated biological, metal-mineral and naturecultural materials–Copper, Felt and fermented vegetables Korean-style to intra-act with each other. Despite my involvement with them, simple biochemical processes such as lacto-oxidisation, adsorbtion, discolourisation, hydration and dehydration took place. These process produced a curious outcome, and gives material and knowledge -inspiration for reflections on contemporary issues in the bio-commons.

This workshop and discussion based event aims to mix practical hands on work to develop social rapport, fermentation and meditative reflections within the newly formed DIYBio network, and give opportunity to connect with current and topical debates in the European Bio-Commons scenes.

Proposed schedule:

** Evening 29.8: Introductions **

18.00-20.00 : Evening introductions
Introductions between DIYBio Network participants & others present. Update on the bio-commons, politics & ethics debate. Social catch-up, chop and salt cabbage to ferment overnight.

** Day 30.8.: Practice-led discussions **

10.00-12.00: Making Kimchi
Exercise for 1hr making organic kimchi, the fermented vegetable preserve, a mix of cabbage with other vegetables (e.g. carrot, radish), chilli, sugar, salt, garlic and ginger, portioned according to taste. Note it will not be ready to eat for 4-5 days, so participants will take it away. Potential discussion re: knowledge & cultural commons (growing and fermentation traditions), raw or fermented food industry, fairtrade or ecological practices, agricultural commons in developing world context, transcultural & transnational exchange

12.00-13.00: Lunch

13.00-14.30: Making Felt-balls
Exercise for 45mins making hand-rolled/massaged felt balls or liquid soaks, using raw felt-wool, organic soaps, ideally saponins from locally-foraged horse-chestnuts. Potential discussion re: biophysical energy commons, animal products, saponins

14.30-15.00: Break

15.00-17.00: Making arrangements with Copper
Exercise for 30mins arranging pre-made kimchi on copper items, e.g. copper-tape, other copper-made containers or items, as an installation (this could be shown later in ‘Art in Environment’ Nordic symposium/exhibition). Potential discussion re: about metallic commons, and copper-based chemical compounds.

** Day 31.8.: Practice-led discussions **

10.00-12.00: Making Copper-Oxide or Cupric Lactate inks
Exercise for 1hr making a liquid form out of previously-made-earlier Copper-Kimchi substance that is dried. Over time the kimchi lactic-oxidizes the copper, producing a Copper-Oxide or Cupric Lactate substance, variously blue-green-black in colour (process takes several weeks). Dissolving and blending matter into a liquid form, straining with gauze the liquid to produce ink that can be used to paint or draw with. Potential discussion re: knowledge & cultural commons (natural and synthetic dyeing traditions), Processed food industry, fair-trade or ecological practices, compound minerals, biochemical commons in developing world context, transcultural & transmaterial exchange

12.00-13.00: Lunch

13.00-16.00: Making portrait drawings of each other
Exercise for 1.5hrs making portraits of each other and/or lactobacillus (depending on bacterial visualization technologies available) using ink, quills and brushes. Potential discussion re: Wrap-up discussion related to Bio-commons, and next actions in the DIYBio network.

Goals:

This will be the first gathering of the new DIYBio network, supported by Nordisk Kulturkontack, to gather participants on the subject of bioarts, kitchen style biological and food hackibng. It will take place ideally as a satelitte event for Art in the Environment Nordic Symposium (http://www.nordicenviroart.org/). Although initiated as a network event, the aim is to connect to Helsinki-based persons interested in the above subject, and share latest thoughts on the European Bio-commons scene.

How often?
Multiple meetings (3 estimated)

Timeframe

Evening 29.8. 18.00-20.00; Daytime 30.8. 10.00-17.00; Daytime 31.8. 10.00-17.00

Intended participants:

DIYBio network participants, locals interested in bioarts, kitchen hacker practices, bio-commons issues.

SoundShare Nights

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Description:

Regular meet-up nights for anyone interested in learning or co-learning about anything sound-related. Come! Be noisy! Share ideas, anecdotes, and proposals!

Ava Grayson will by default organise exercises/discussions/etc. However, other participants are warmly welcome to suggest topics or experiments, and each session will end with a group decision as to what the next session could be.

Possible activities:
- listening walks
- sonic meditation
- spontaneous noise-making or instrument-building

Possible discussion topics:
- tech geek nerdout tangents
- Nada yoga and yogic chanting
- if a tree falls in the woods...
- non-traditional listening aesthetics
- anything! If it has to do with sound, let's talk about it!

Please bring snacks and wooly socks if that makes you comfy. Please bring your enthusiasm and ears and open minds.

Goals:

To give each participant some further possible insight by exposing themselves to people with different experiences of what it means to listen, make noise, or create music.

To have a safe space where we (whoever 'we' might be) can experiment with sounds without any particular goal, and to discuss related topics without a particular agenda.

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

January 19, 26, 31; February 7, 16, 21, 28; March 7, 16, 23, 28; April 4, 11, 18. All meetings from 18:30-20:30.

Intended participants:

Full-time and part-time sound appreciators

Eldarin Lerya Vanda (E.L.V.) / Tonttuvapautusrintama (T.V.R.) / Elvish Liberation Front (E.L.F.)

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Description:

A series of con-linguistic based meetings, collaborative language learning and activism centred around the minority Finnic-Ugric language of Quenya created by J.R.R. Tolkien in the early 20th century.

The meetings aim to look towards the constructed language of Quenya, the language of the High Elves in the Tolkien mythos, as an alternative to dominant language forms in use in Finland. Tolkien based Quenya grammatically and aesthetically on the Finnish language, it was the first literary based constructed language and shares many features derived from Finnish.

The E.L.V/T.V.R./E.L.F. aims to lobby on behalf of Quenyarin rights in Finland as a parallel to the rights of "real" marginalised language forms both national and international, to approach these concerns from the perspective of Elvish speakers in order to approach the issue from a distinct yet familiar position.

The idea is to bring into question the concept of linguistic indigeneity as well as dominant language forms through the proxy of a constructed language both regionally derived yet alien, to create a dialogue about the interrelation between culture and language in Finland.

Goals:

The experiment will break up into 3 components, each taking 45 minutes to and Hour

1) Collaborative Language Learning
- A short (5-10 minute) presentation will open this period, in which specific language features will be presented and discussed to direct the process.
- Participants will work collaboratively, round table, with resources both provided in print and online to learn aspects of Quenya.
- Assignments will be collaboratively designed.

2) Group discussion
- reflection on collaborative learnign section
- Off site actions
- Scenario development (Activities which will take place separate to the meetings)
- Discussion about real world languages both marginalised and dominant
- Discussion about constructed languages

3) Group activity
- Baking of Lambas bread
- Elvish Poetry recitals
- Conceptually derived elvish cultural activities

How often?
Recurring regularly (10 estimated)

Timeframe

Each meeting will take place midweek in the evening, Ideally between 18:00-20:30

Intended participants:

Anyone

TABOO: the discussion group.

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Description:

I am interested in a monthly or twice-monthly discussion group that meets to open-mindedly talk about topics that are regarded with shame, disgust, or a high degree of discomfort in our society.

Some questions we could explore:

-What is the validity/invalidity of considering certain acts or thoughts taboo?
-What is the source of a certain taboo? Religion? Hygiene? Something else?
-What could be taboo in the future?
-What possible futures could exist without deeming certain things taboo?

***I expect that discussions will range from mild and anthropological to downright uncomfortable, so it's important that everyone wanting to participate be open-minded and respectful toward each other.

Goals:

-To provide each participant a chance to compare their own ideas of cultural and individual taboos
-To reconsider our individual knowledge, beliefs, and preferences in regards to taboo topics through researching and talking during these sessions
-To take the time to consider opinions that we may initially find weird, gross, etc.

How often?
Recurring regularly (6 estimated)

Timeframe

Once or twice per month on a regular evening from 18:00-20:00.

Intended participants:

Open-minded peeps

Nestwork

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Description:

In this series of workshops we reflect on building a common space that is decentralised and operated by a community of people. We will try to see how it is possible to construct the collective and through a series of various workshops from customised label making to building creative donation boxes we try to work on all the different aspects such as the psychological or the financial that are all part of this kind of a shared space. Together we will come up with new ideas and some of them we can also test in Temporary itself. The ideas for the topic of each meeting will grow from the discussions to be had in these workshops. In the first meeting we will use old beer cans and other materials to make our own cookie cutters and bake our own custom biscuits.

Goals:

-To understand how to create an open collaborative environment/space for everybody that is transparent and decentralised
-Through discussions and series of workshops create a toolkit for any future possible collaborative spaces
-Have fun and creative time together, making and brainstorming

How often?
Recurring regularly (10 estimated)

Timeframe

First meeting will take place 10 February 17:00, regular meetings 2 x per month

Intended participants:

everybody who finds these topics relevant and interesting

Trashlab

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Description:

TRASHLAB events are social occasions to gather, try to fix broken things, while meeting others who care about tinkering, fixing, hacking, and the problem of waste and obsolescence in society. For each event, the expert hosts (Justin Tyler Tate and others, TBD) will try to identify the problems or diagnose the broken item and direct participants on how they can fix their item.

Goals:

TRASHLAB (formerly known as Trashlab Repair Cafe) events are social occasions to gather, try to fix broken things, while meeting others who care about tinkering, fixing, hacking, and the problem of waste and obsolescence in society. For each event, the expert hosts (Justin Tyler Tate and others, TBD) will try to identify the problems or diagnose the broken item and direct participants on how they can fix their item. We encourage people also to share their skills, learn from peer to peer and develop their own methods. While Trashlab cannot guarantee that all items are fixed (some might get diagnosed, some even more broken) - we can guarantee that participants will get more information on how to proceed with their broken item. Trashlab provides basic tools and materials for fixing, but if you have very specific items, you´d like to fix, please notify us in advance: justate [-at-] gmail.com

Documentation of the ongoing events: http://trashlabfix.tumblr.com/

Participation to the workshop is free but we happily accept small donations, which will go towards the tools, materials and coffee/tea/sweets.

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

14 Feb 2017 17:00 — 20:00

Intended participants:

People who have broken things or people who like to fix broken things

Open Time

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Description:

Open Day has been cool but a lot of people would like to come outside of the regular hours. Additionally, having only 2 or 3 people with keys creates an administrative burden.

Proposal: expand Open Day to be Open Time, which will take over all times at Temporary when other experiments are not scheduled. Trusted Temporary users will be able to enter the space any time they would like via their ID cards, and while there, maintain the open space for new and first-time visitors.

Participants will be able to check in and receive 10T as before, once per day or every 24 hours, whatever seems to make the most sense.

Goals:

Eventually, Temporary will hopefully be a 24/7 space with Open Time administered in a decentralised fashion.

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

all the time, still costing Temps at the regular rate for multi-day events

Intended participants:

Everyone

CVC- Collective Video CLIP

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Description:

Ok, so I have had this obsession with one video clip for ages now. It is about the world's first internet cafe in 1993-1995 that happened in Helsinki. It was a very creative project and has a fun clip about in Youtube. I got inspired by it and thought to make a video clip in the same style about Temporary as there seemed to be many parallels to the Compucafe depicted in this clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUh4mA8Ntao
So then I started to make the script and try to find the protagonist and I soon realised I can not do this only on my own. Also it would be way more fun to make this clip together in the spirit of Temporary. We could have fun writing the script together and dividing the tasks among ourselves: who is the camera man, the protagonists etc. I would borrow some film equipment from my school. It should be a fun day of creative brainstorming and experimenting.

Goals:

To have fun together in a collective creative atmosphere
Put our ideas to a test
Make a fun video clip

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

Beginning of May-mid May

Intended participants:

Everybody who finds the video clip compelling and wants to give ago and is not afraid to fail

Temporary Services

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Description:

'Temporary Services' is a monthly, day long event where members of the Temporary community can open up the space to offer their variety of skills. Services will be exchanged for money which will go towards making Temporary a sustainable space with no need for outside funding.

Participants should volunteer their time and skills, as much as possible, to offering a service at the space with a defined cost and also promoting the event within their network. Services can be according to whatever skills participants have, which could be (but are not limited to): meals, massage, haircuts, repair, fortune telling, nail treatments, tattooing, psychoanalysis, private lessons/tutoring, caricatures, proofreading and more.

Goals:

The goal of this experiment is to create a pool of skills(amateur/expert) among people who frequent Temporary which can be volunteered for the space in order to test out an alternative format for funding Temporary outside of institutional sources.

How often?
Recurring regularly (1 estimated)

Timeframe

Once, on the last weekend of every month.

Intended participants:

People who have skills to pay the bills...and their friends.

recycling spaces with permaculture design

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Description:

The idea is simple. All participants bring plans, drawings, photos, or even a 3-d model of spaces they would like to renovate. Then together we will design the renovation according to permaculture principles and hopefully realize it too! I will continue to elaborate on the workshop, adding on details according to what you, the potential participants ask about. The space in need of renovation could be as small as your closet or as large as the planet earth.

Goals:

to empower people to change dysfunctional spaces into spaces that care for people, the environment, and opens them up to sharing the abundance they have to offer after being renovated.

How often?
Multiple meetings (4 estimated)

Timeframe

april 2017. 4 x 4 hour sessions, once a week.

Intended participants:

anyone with interest in renovating a space

how to avoid forced deportations

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Description:

A meeting to share information on how to avoid and deal with forced deportations.

Goals:

The goals are to share information on avoiding forced deportation efficiently.

How often?
Multiple meetings Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

Tuesday 02.05 At 15-17

Intended participants:

asylum seekers

Culture Exchange

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Description:

Blood, it's in you to give.

Let's meet at Temporary for the purpose of creating a dialogue about social responsibility by going, as a group, to give blood. We will walk together to the blood collection clinic (Veripalvelu, Helsinki, Sanomatalo) to collectively donate. Afterwards, we can reflect on the process we just went through and its consequences while we have a snack.

Please check the following website to see if you are eligable to donate: https://www.bloodservice.fi/blood-donation/donate-blood/can-you-donate

If you are committed to coming, please RSVP to this event so that I can try to make a group appointment at Veripalvelu.

DONATION FACTS:
*Every unit of donated blood can save up to 3 lives.
*After donating a unit of whole blood, the average person will replenish the lost VOLUME within 24-48 hours (depending on rate of post-donation fluid intake), but it takes around eight weeks for the donor's body to replenish all of the formed elements (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets) lost during donation.
*When you donate blood, they test your blood to determine your blood type as well as checking for a variety of infections (Syphilis, Hepatitis B, HIV, Hepatitis C & Human T-lymphotropic virus). If they find something in your blood, they will contact you about it.

Goals:

To create a dialogue about social responsibility.

How often?
Multiple meetings (6 estimated)

Timeframe

Once every 2 months

Intended participants:

Anyone who is eligible to donate blood in Finland and others who want to give moral support

Fake it Till You Make it (FiTYMi)

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Description:

Fake It Till You Make It is a series of workshops for those curious individuals looking to broaden their experience and skill-set. Each session of FITYMI will be on a different subject which could fall under areas of expertise such as construction, making, baking, electronics, mechanics, cooking, jewelry, physics, plants, and whatever else can be imagined. It is the purpose of the workshop to learn new things for the sake of learning and it is for this reason that participants will only discover the subject of each session upon arriving to the workshop. During the class there will be a short talk about the subject and how to accomplish the objective of the FITYMI session followed by participants choosing how to proceed (experimenting with materials, accomplishing a project, discussion and/or playing) with food available at some point during the workshop.

Goals:

It is the purpose of the experiment to learn new things for the sake of learning.

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

Next one occurring on the 6th of NovemberDecember, 17:00-20:00.

Intended participants:

Curious people

Electromechanic Anatomies

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Description:

'Electromechanic Anatomies' is a open lab-space which pushes participants to let their curiosity, imagination and ingenuity run wild through the process of dissecting appliances, electronics, toys and other objects in an attempt to make them better, modify their function or to make them more personalized. Through hardware hacking we can discover how things work, what they're made of and how anything can be hacked. During 'Electromechanic Anatomies' we will discuss what we aim to achieve and how we can achieve them using tools such as soldering irons, screwdrivers, drills, saws, knives, hammers and other things in trying to modify the functionality of our hardware.

Please bring something you have from home which is obsolete, something which you want to improve upon, and/or something you want to take apart. If you have more than one of object which falls under the previously mentioned criteria, please bring it to share or donate to another workshop participant. Participants of all ages and skill levels are welcome at 'Electromechanic Anatomies'. Some objects for dissection will be provided.

By hacking unwanted or nonfunctional objects and combining them with others, transforming, improving, or modifying them, 'Electromechanic Anatomies' looks to encourage utilization of what is present in our lives through a Frankensteinian approach to creation.

Goals:

This experiment attempts to encourage utilization of what is present in our lives but no longer wanted in its current state through the transformation, improvement, or modification of such items.

How often?
Recurring regularly Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

When there is enough Temps to have one.

Intended participants:

Anyone who has something and wants to improve it, change it or take it apart.

Game Development Meeting

See full proposal and comments
Description:

Games are an important part of our well being; not only do we learn through playing but the activity refreshes us as we are engrossed in the temporal environment created by the game. Games are not just important to our health but they promote social engagement (IRL) in addition to encouraging divergent and critical thinking.

Collectively, during the meeting, we will come together for the purpose of developing a game. We will look at the history of games, different types of games, examples of games, then we will decide which format of game to develop, outline the rules of the game, followed by the construction of anything which is necessary for the game using available tools/materials. Following the development portion of the meeting, we will play our collectively designed game in order to assess it.

The workshop will take 4-5 hours.

Goals:

To collectively develop/design some kind of game.

How often?
Multiple meetings Planned indefinitely

Timeframe

Weekday evenings.

Intended participants:

Anyone who likes to play.

Creating soundscapes with live coding techniques

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Description:

+++ Playfully learn about Digital Sound Synthesis! +++ Listen to your environment with new ears! +++ No coding skills required! +++ Bring your own laptop! +++ Install SuperCollider beforehand! +++

In this Experiment, we will learn about +++Soundscapes+++ and +++live coding+++ by immersing ourselves into writing little code snippets that will create an artificial soundscape. We will temporarily fill Temporary with the sounds of a desert, a rainy forest, or a twirling extraterestrial city of ant-sized aliens.

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When Canadian composer and environmentalist R. Murray Schafer coined the term +++soundscape+++ in his book "The Tuning of the World" (1977), he described it as a sound or combination of sounds that forms or arises from an immersive environment.
A soundscape is a personal experience, it encompasses everything one hears around oneself. It is how an "environment is [sonically] understood by those living within it" (Truax (2011): "Acoustic Communication, p.11")
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soundscape

+++Live coding+++, on the other hand, is a direction in electronic music (and video) where practitioners expose and rewire the innards of software while it generates improvised music (or visuals).
https://toplap.org/

+++SuperCollider+++ is a platform for audio synthesis and algorithmic composition, used by musicians, artists, and researchers working with sound. It is free and open source software available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
http://supercollider.github.io/

Goals:

+++ Playfully learn about Digital Sound Synthesis! +++ Listen to your environment with new ears! +++ Imagine an alternative sonic environment! +++

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

3-4h, one day in the week 8.5.–14.5. or week 22.–28.5.

Intended participants:

Curious people that want to programmatically sketch out sonic environments

Finnish for Asylum Seekers

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Description:

Finnish class for Asylum Seekers

Everyone is welcome to follow the class but teaching will be directed only to asylum seekers on any level because they are a higher priority. I teach both individual and group method.

So far the only teacher is me so if you know Finnish and you want to share your skills, you are welcome to join as a teacher or assistant too.

If you have any thoughts or suggestions please comment them.

Goals:

The goals of this experiment is that every person who comes to learn Finnish, leaves the class satisfied and learned a little bit more, at least one new thing.

How often?
Recurring regularly (10 estimated)

Timeframe

So far once a week every thursday from 27.04

Intended participants:

Asylum seekers

The interface of our dreams

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Description:

Semi-organized discussion around the interfaces of our dreams. What do we want to interact with? What would be the most natural way to do it? Is there an existing, but insufficient method already available?

The way we interface with technology is limited by technical implementations and not all methods of interaction have ended up being as natural as their conceiver imagined them. Technical limitations restrict creativity, and inhibit us from creating more imaginative interfaces. Overcoming the limitations set upon us by engineers, designers, and hardware is important to get in touch with what we really want as people and users.

Goals:

The goal of this experiment is to inderstand what we want to interact with, and how we would preferably do it. Preconceptions about interface devices, materials, and technologies linger over us and might make us jump to simple solutions too easily. We don't need "good enough", or "as good as current technology can do", but what we need is the interface of our dreams.

The workshop might have some organized structure to it and will last until our minds have melted. Any suggested widening or narrowing of the subject is welcome.

We will probably not build anything, this is not intended as a hardware event.

How often?
One time only

Timeframe

Some Wednesday from six to nine

Intended participants:

People who find current methods of interaction unfit for them, Designers, Engineers, Cognitive scientists, Developers

Custom pinhole cameras #2

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Description:

In this workshop we will see the results of the 1st pinhole camera workshop and try to improve on making images. This time we will try to make cameras out of totally random objects that you will bring with you and insert photo film into them, take the photos at the spot and scan them too (erasing the image but getting its digital presence). We are using some soviet photo film, so the result is not guaranteed. If it fails we will make another session like this with another photo film.
In order to get sharp enough images I was thinking of using these laser cut holes, sold in this shop: http://www.teknofokus.fi/Astro/Objektiivit.htm
Single sheet with laser cut hole costs 8 €, but if we would have 10 people interested, we could buy them in bulk for 5 € per sheet. These can be reused and will probably make the images a little bit sharper than self-made holes.
So in case you are interested please write to my e-mail: piibeleht@gmail.com, I will go and buy them myself first, so we can get the cheaper deal. Do not forgot to state the size of a hole you would like: 0,1 - 0,2 - 0,3 - 0,4 - 0,5 - 0,75 and 1,0 mm holes are available. For match box cameras I would think the smaller options are better.
http://pinhole.stanford.edu/pinholemath.htm
At this website someone is calculating the distances and sizes too. There is an equation out there for it.

Goals:

To develop skills for pinhole photography for those interested.

How often?
Recurring regularly (2 estimated)

Timeframe

May

Intended participants:

people interested in experimental photography

The Film Club

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Description:

18:30: Discussing "Freaks" By Tod Browning
Feel free to bring snacks/drinks to share or for yourself! Tea will be offer!

Dear all,
Nur Magazine started the New Year with a stimulating and pleasing event to all the people who live in Helsinki area, keen and interested in movies: “The Film Club”.
The meeting will be once a month and we will freely discuss in english about the chosen film on the list.
After the success on January, the Film Club is ready to be back at the end of February.
Please, if you want to join the group, just attend this event or, if you have some questions, send a message to our Facebook page or info@nur.fi
All the meetings will be reviewed in the magazine!
We have also a Facebook group if you want to join! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1752628521731594/?fref=ts

La Chinoise,, Jean-Luc Godard, 1967 - April
Metropolis, Fritz Lang, 1927- May
Roma Città Aperta (Roma, Open city), Umberto Rossellini, 1945 - June

Goals:

The goal is to get to know deeply important films for cinema history, to compare and discuss different points of view between people from different backgrounds and, of course, to stimulate each other to watch interesting movies.

How often?
Multiple meetings (5 estimated)

Timeframe

6 times. Fourth time 26th of April. - If not, 3rd of May

Intended participants:

All people keen of cinema and/or curious to know more!

Name Proposed by When? Pledged Status
Research Gathering, Aalto, Department of Art
User missing
65Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 0 of 100Ŧ



Pending pledges: 0Ŧ
violetpiascik (65)

Needs more support!
100 more Ŧ needed before it can be scheduled
no comments yet.
last pledge by violetpiascik 29 minutes ago
 
Svamp 6.0 (open sound/music improvisation)
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Happens regularly

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Sound and music improvisation group (Svamp)
27 May 2017 13:00 — 16:00
7 people participated
52Ŧ out of 90
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 100 of 190Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
Ava Grayson (25), Kata_Meister (30), Justin Tyler Tate (20), scottandrewelliott (25)

Pending pledges: 0Ŧ
hyksos (52)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
no comments yet.
last pledge by hyksos about 2 hours ago
 
Works in Progress
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Happens regularly

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Works in Progress: Ven Marella
2 May 2017 19:00 — ???
6 people participated
59Ŧ out of 59
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 388 of 388Ŧ

Pledges spent: 329Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (84), Kata_Meister (50), hyksos (99), agnes_pockels (86), mariana.salgado (10)

Pending pledges: 59Ŧ
agnes_pockels (34), Justin Tyler Tate (20), Gemma (5)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
Enough Temps are pledged to schedule 1 more meeting(s)
no comments yet.
last pledge by Gemma 6 days ago
 
FuLfilling nEeds viA MAnaging quiRKy objEcTs (FLEA MARKET)
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Happens regularly

1 meetings proposed

100Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 1
  • #1: WAITING TO BE SCHEDULED : 100 of 100 Ŧ
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ



Pending pledges: 100Ŧ
Gemma (40), Ava Grayson (60)

Awaiting review
Enough Ŧ have been pledged to schedule 0 meetings of 1 proposed
Will be reviewed at next organisation meeting: Electromechanic Anatomies #2
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by Gemma 6 days ago
 
Magic Mondays: Electric Sound Meditation
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4 meetings proposed

344Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Magic Mondays: Electric Sound Meditation
15 May 2017 19:00 — 20:00
6 people participated
90Ŧ out of 81
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 4
TOTAL: 260 of 344Ŧ

Pledges spent: 170Ŧ
hyksos (1), Ava Grayson (129), agnes_pockels (20), LFSaw (20)

Pending pledges: 90Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (21), Ava Grayson (20), hyksos (49)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
Enough Temps are pledged to schedule 1 more meeting(s)
no comments yet.
last pledge by Ava Grayson 7 days ago
 
Gavvamo
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100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ



Pending pledges: 100Ŧ
Dusjagr (30), agnes_pockels (10), Jussi-Pekka Nelson (10), agryfp (10), mactwyver (20), jonald dunn (15), Justin Tyler Tate (5)

Awaiting review
Enough Ŧ have been pledged to schedule
Will be reviewed at next organisation meeting: Electromechanic Anatomies #2
no comments yet.
last pledge by Justin Tyler Tate about 2 months ago
 
Discussion: SOLU
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100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ



Pending pledges: 100Ŧ
hyksos (40), Piritta Puhto (10), Erich Berger (50)

Awaiting review
Enough Ŧ have been pledged to schedule
Will be reviewed at next organisation meeting: Electromechanic Anatomies #2
no comments yet.
last pledge by hyksos 5 days ago
 
Tinder Lounge
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100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ



Pending pledges: 100Ŧ
Ven Marella (20), katia (20), Kata_Meister (40), Justin Tyler Tate (20)

Awaiting review
Enough Ŧ have been pledged to schedule
Will be reviewed at next organisation meeting: Electromechanic Anatomies #2
no comments yet.
last pledge by Henna_Bauhaus (Kata_Meister) 20 days ago
 
A Series of Copper-Kimchi(김치) / Cu(I)O/C 6H10CuO6 Portraits in the Bio-Commons Landscape
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3 meetings proposed

271Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

271Ŧ out of 271
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 3
  • 3 day activity - WAITING TO BE SCHEDULED 271 of 271 Ŧ
TOTAL: 271 of 271Ŧ



Pending pledges: 271Ŧ
Piritta Puhto (10), Erich Berger (32), Justin Tyler Tate (20), hyksos (99), agryfp (110)

Awaiting review
Enough Ŧ have been pledged to schedule complete experiment
Will be reviewed at next organisation meeting: Electromechanic Anatomies #2
no comments yet.
last pledge by Piritta Puhto 7 days ago
 
SoundShare Nights
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Happens regularly

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

SoundShare Night 16.5.2017
16 May 2017 18:30 — 20:30
6 people participated
20Ŧ out of 20
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 605 of 605Ŧ

Pledges spent: 585Ŧ
Ava Grayson (34), agnes_pockels (200), hyksos (226), Kata_Meister (81), Justin Tyler Tate (44)

Pending pledges: 20Ŧ
Ava Grayson (20)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
Enough Temps are pledged to schedule 1 more meeting(s)
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by Ava Grayson 10 days ago
 
Eldarin Lerya Vanda (E.L.V.) / Tonttuvapautusrintama (T.V.R.) / Elvish Liberation Front (E.L.F.)
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Happens regularly

10 meetings proposed

595Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Eldarin Lerya Vanda (E.L.V.) / Haltia Vapautusrintama (H.V.R.) / Elvish Liberation Front (E.L.F.) #3
27 Apr 2017 18:00 — 21:00
7 people participated
out of 66
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 10
TOTAL: 287 of 595Ŧ

Pledges spent: 287Ŧ
stevemaherart (170), hyksos (37), tt.asplund (10), Kata_Meister (25), Justin Tyler Tate (45)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
66 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#5)
no comments yet.
last pledge by stevemaherart 14 days ago
 
TABOO: the discussion group.
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Happens regularly

6 meetings proposed

469Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

TABOO: the discussion group #1
18 May 2017 18:00 — 20:00
2 people participated
35Ŧ out of 90
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 6
TOTAL: 135 of 469Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
Ava Grayson (10), Kata_Meister (60), Justin Tyler Tate (15), real_mkk (15)

Pending pledges: 35Ŧ
mariana.salgado (15), Justin Tyler Tate (20)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
55 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#2)
1 comment on proposal;
last pledge by Justin Tyler Tate 12 days ago
 
Nestwork
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Happens regularly

10 meetings proposed

595Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Nestwork #3
12 May 2017 20:00 — 21:30
5 people participated
20Ŧ out of 73
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 10
TOTAL: 234 of 595Ŧ

Pledges spent: 214Ŧ
agnes_pockels (140), Kata_Meister (33), Justin Tyler Tate (25), jonald dunn (16)

Pending pledges: 20Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (20)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
53 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#4)
1 comment on proposal;
last pledge by Justin Tyler Tate 12 days ago
 
Trashlab
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Happens regularly

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Trashlab May 2017
10 May 2017 17:00 — 20:00
3 people participated
39Ŧ out of 59
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 346 of 366Ŧ

Pledges spent: 307Ŧ
agnes_pockels (61), Justin Tyler Tate (40), agryfp (23), Mikko Laajola (7), stevemaherart (10), hyksos (55), karthikeya-1 (5), Päivi Raivio (10), Kata_Meister (50), bhowmik.samir.r (10), andreuchis (1), sasanemec (20), firstCoffee (15)

Pending pledges: 39Ŧ
agnes_pockels (9), mariana.salgado (10), kimmoal (20)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
20 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#6)
no comments yet.
last pledge by kimmoal 8 days ago
 
Open Time
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Happens regularly

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Open Time April 2017 II
23 — 30 Apr 2017
66 people participated
220Ŧ out of 600
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 1981 of 2361Ŧ

Pledges spent: 1761Ŧ
agnes_pockels (631), hyksos (954), Justin Tyler Tate (86), Kata_Meister (50), kimmoal (15), Ven Marella (5), Erich Berger (20)

Pending pledges: 220Ŧ
agnes_pockels (129), Justin Tyler Tate (66), andreuchis (25)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
380 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#5)
no comments yet.
last pledge by Justin Tyler Tate 28 days ago
 
CVC- Collective Video CLIP
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Last meeting:

CVC - Collective Video Clip
26 May 2017 16:00 — 20:00
6 people participated
100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ

Pledges spent: 55Ŧ
agnes_pockels (50), Justin Tyler Tate (5)

Pending pledges: 45Ŧ
pejola (15), Kata_Meister (30)

Completed
no comments yet.
last pledge by pejola about 1 month ago
 
Temporary Services
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Happens regularly

1 meetings proposed

100Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Temporary Services
28 May 2017 16:00 — 21:00
6 people participated
100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 1
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ

Pledges spent: 25Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (25)

Pending pledges: 75Ŧ
andreuchis (10), mariana.salgado (20), firstCoffee (25), agnes_pockels (20)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!

All required Ŧ have been pledged and/or spent.

2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by Agnes Pockels (agnes_pockels) 23 days ago
 
recycling spaces with permaculture design
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4 meetings proposed

287Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Recycling Spaces with Permaculture Design session #2
16 Apr 2017 13:00 — 16:00
3 people participated
35Ŧ out of 81
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 4
TOTAL: 168 of 287Ŧ

Pledges spent: 133Ŧ
agnes_pockels (35), Kata_Meister (35), hyksos (63)

Pending pledges: 35Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (15), andreuchis (10), mariana.salgado (10)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
46 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#3)
no comments yet.
last pledge by mariana.salgado 27 days ago
 
how to avoid forced deportations
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Multiple meetings proposed

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

How to Avoid Forced Deportations
2 May 2017 15:00 — 17:00
7 people participated
20Ŧ out of 90
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 120 of 190Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
ramina (41), hyksos (59)

Pending pledges: 20Ŧ
mariana.salgado (10), andreuchis (10)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
70 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#2)
no comments yet.
last pledge by mariana.salgado 27 days ago
 
Culture Exchange
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6 meetings proposed

439Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Culture Exchange (Blood Donation) #1
25 Apr 2017 11:00 — 15:00
4 people participated
26Ŧ out of 90
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 6
TOTAL: 96 of 439Ŧ

Pledges spent: 70Ŧ
jonald dunn (15), Ava Grayson (11), agnes_pockels (14), stevemaherart (30)

Pending pledges: 26Ŧ
agnes_pockels (6), mariana.salgado (20)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by mariana.salgado 27 days ago
 
Fake it Till You Make it (FiTYMi)
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Happens regularly

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Fake it Till You Make it December 2016
6 Dec 2016 17:00 — 20:00
6 people participated
45Ŧ out of 73
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 265 of 263Ŧ

Pledges spent: 220Ŧ
Dusjagr (10), hyksos (77), agnes_pockels (10), Kata_Meister (5), JakubBobrowski (10), Justin Tyler Tate (68), tuomo.tammenpaa (10), Päivi Raivio (10), stevemaherart (20)

Pending pledges: 45Ŧ
Justin Tyler Tate (20), firstCoffee (15), mariana.salgado (10)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
28 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#4)
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by mariana.salgado 27 days ago
 
Electromechanic Anatomies
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Happens regularly

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Electromechanic Anatomies #1
10 Apr 2017 17:00 — 21:00
5 people participated
out of 72
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 195 of 261Ŧ

Pledges spent: 195Ŧ
agnes_pockels (35), jonald dunn (15), Ava Grayson (5), Justin Tyler Tate (45), Guttula (30), kimmoal (25), pejola (30), firstCoffee (10)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
72 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#3)
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by firstCoffee about 1 month ago
 
Game Development Meeting
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Multiple meetings proposed

1 upcoming, next at:

 

Last meeting:

Game Development Meeting #1
12 Apr 2017 18:00 — 23:10
7 people participated
30Ŧ out of 81
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: unknown/indefinite
TOTAL: 190 of 241Ŧ

Pledges spent: 160Ŧ
Kata_Meister (30), Justin Tyler Tate (35), agnes_pockels (60), pejola (30), aplappi (5)

Pending pledges: 30Ŧ
agnes_pockels (30)

Scheduled
but accepting more pledges !
51 more Ŧ needed to schedule next meeting (#3)
2 comments on proposal;
last pledge by Agnes Pockels (agnes_pockels) 23 days ago
 
Creating soundscapes with live coding techniques
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Last meeting:

Creating soundscapes with live coding techniques
25 May 2017 17:00 — 20:00
11 people participated
100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
karthikeya-1 (10), mariana.salgado (20), agnes_pockels (20), andreuchis (10), christina.stadlbauer (20), Erich Berger (20)

Completed
11 comments on proposal;
last pledge by Agnes Pockels (agnes_pockels) 24 days ago
 
Finnish for Asylum Seekers
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Happens regularly

10 meetings proposed

652Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Finnish for Asylum Seekers #1
4 May 2017 16:00 — 18:00
1 person participated
126Ŧ out of 90
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 10
TOTAL: 226 of 652Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
ramina (1), Kata_Meister (30), firstCoffee (30), scottandrewelliott (25), Fredrik Enges (14)

Pending pledges: 126Ŧ
jonald dunn (20), Fredrik Enges (6), agnes_pockels (80), mariana.salgado (10), tanilas (10)

Awaiting review and accepting more pledges
no comments yet.
last pledge by Agnes Pockels (agnes_pockels) 29 days ago
 
The interface of our dreams
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Last meeting:

The interface of our dreams
24 May 2017 18:00 — 21:00
8 people participated
100Ŧ out of 100
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
100Ŧ must be pledged_cached before this proposal can be reviewed and scheduled.
TOTAL: 100 of 100Ŧ

Pledges spent: 100Ŧ
alexandra.a.jones (30), Ava Grayson (35), Kata_Meister (20), Guttula (15)

Completed
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last pledge by Alex Jones (alexandra.a.jones) about 1 month ago
 
Custom pinhole cameras #2
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Happens regularly

2 meetings proposed

160Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

Custom pinhole cameras #2
13 May 2017 16:00 — 18:30
3 people participated
160Ŧ out of 160
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 2
TOTAL: 160 of 160Ŧ

Pledges spent: 160Ŧ
Kata_Meister (20), Harriet (10), hyksos (40), Justin Tyler Tate (20), agnes_pockels (30), firstCoffee (25), Ava Grayson (15)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!

All required Ŧ have been pledged and/or spent.

no comments yet.
last pledge by Agnes Pockels (agnes_pockels) about 2 months ago
 
The Film Club
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5 meetings proposed

329Ŧ total needed to schedule the complete experiment

None currently upcoming

 

Last meeting:

The Film Club IV
3 May 2017 18:30 — 21:00
4 people participated
out of 66
NOTE: The cost of experiments rose from 70 to 100Ŧ on 15 March 2017.
Each recurring event gets a 10% discount in Temps from the previous meeting, until it gets down to 20Ŧ, which is the minimum.
Number of meetings proposed: 5
TOTAL: 267 of 329Ŧ

Pledges spent: 263Ŧ
katia (165), agnes_pockels (20), Glo (58), jonald dunn (20)

Pending pledges: 4Ŧ
Glo (2), Glo (2)

Needs more Ŧ to continue!
3 comments on proposal;
last pledge by jonald dunn 3 months ago