Have you ever wanted to build a circuit from ethical hardware?
Join Stefanie Wuschitz and build a device to sonify your most active acupuncture spots on the surface of your skin (no needles involved). You can later connect the input from your acupuncture points to Pure Data. For more sophisticated sounds and more detailed findings on how the environment changes your body we will build several prototypes of instruments.
This workshop is trying to use only hardware that was created under fair labour conditions. Without harming the environment and avoiding commodity chains connected to mining. This can work if we use fair trade certified electronic components, self made and recycled electronic parts and explore the capacitive quality and resistance of our own body.
Stefanie’s participation at PIFcamp is supported by Österreichisches Kulturforum Ljubljana.