[A10medialab] ()RE | BOOT – 11-12 April 2008, London



AREA 10 Project Space, Peckham Presents:
() RE | BOOT;

The launch event of Area10’s new media media platform:
Live Event and Opening: 12th April 7pm – Late £5

Come to Area10 for an evening program of film screenings, live performances, interactions, vjing, sound art, experimental and
electronic noise music.

Join us between 11am – 5pm Friday 11th & Saturday 12th April

Activities include workshops, lectures presentations being held alongside an exhibition of digital and interactive arts over two days.

Participating Artist, Musicians and Hackers:

Project Serendipity (UK) Rob Davis (UK) Andy Wheddon & Fraser Geesin (UK) Genetic Moo Project (Peckham) Radek Rudnicki (UK) Erik Groen & Piebe de Vries (Holland) CathSign (France) Peckham Space (UK) Deptford.TV (UK) Chiara Passa (Italy) Phill Niblock (USA) Thibaud De Souza (UK) Sinsynplus (Germany) Günther Albrecht (Germany) Sunshine Frere (UK) Jenny Pickett (UK) Anila Ladwa (UK) Apo33 (France) Martin John Callanan (UK) Jean-Phillippe Roux (France) Lawrence Upton (UK) Mattin (Basque Country) ManamiN N(Japan) Nanofamas (Corsica) Goto10 & OpenLab (UK) Constant (Belgium) Yvan Etienne & Brice Jeannin (France) Medialab Madrid (Spain), Sonic (France) Tim Goldie (UK)…and many more!!

For more information on () RE | BOOT and see attached press release or visit www.area10medialab.co.uk

Area 10 Project Space Peckham
Eagle Wharf
Peckham Square
London SE15 5JT

(White building behind Peckham Library)

Bus: 12, 36, 37, 63, 78, 436, 345, 177, 312, 343

Train: Peckham Rye or Queens Road Station

has been introduced to facilitate the development of research and art practices using open source new
technologies in the media arts. The medialab will focus on engaging cross-disciplinary collaborations between various arts and science based practices, encouraging open and critical discussion in addition to sharing knowledge and skills transfer.

() RE | BOOT; is part of the Node London Spring ’08 season – www.nodel.org and is supported by APO33 – www.apo33.org