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DNAHACKSTOCK

THE DnA FACTORY MRBS. Poster for #HACKSTOCK. 2016

#HACKSTOCK – IMMERSIVE ARTS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES
29 APRIL – 2 MAY 2016
The Trampery, 239 Old Street
London EC1V 9EY
#hackstock #sfl16

So what is #HACKSTOCK?

A collaboration between SCI-FI-LONDON and PSYCHFI, #HACKSTOCK is giving us just that by making science fiction a reality. Holograms, virtual reality, mind control… sounds like creations of Matrix and Star Wars proportions… but they exist.

#HACKSTOCK is the cyberdelic brain child of Alt. state pioneers, tech dreamers, creators, and hackers transcending the limitations of perception and reality.

Inside the virtual realm, you lose complete contact with the real world, like entering inside a video game within a seemingly endless space where anything is possible. But we’re talking about so much more than just VR: holograms, augmented reality, 360 social video and live experiential, Time Run (role play), haptic technology (wearable tech), drawing within a virtual space…. there will also be workshops, panels, popup hacker experiences, and Talkaoke, a spontaneous pop-up talk show and participant-led discussion around the ‘UFO’ of chat…. all under one roof for four days. We also have some VR shorts submitted to the festival and will be showcasing them in Gear VR and Google Cardboard!

http://sci-fi-london.com/festival/2016/programme/event/hackstock-immersive-arts-without-boundaries

http://www.psychfi.com/

 

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Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards

Private View 15 April 2016 (6 – 9pm)

Islington Arts Factory
2 Parkhurst Rd
London
N7 0SF

2016 Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards Invitation

International art competition, the Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards, invites you to the Islington Arts Factory on Friday 15 April (6 – 9pm) for an Open View of the 30 Exhibitors for this year’s competition. The exhibition will be opened by human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell on Friday 15 April at 6.30pm and runs from 15 – 29 April (10am – 5pm).