Pick & Mix ETHO conference

Commercial Practices

Living Stations

LocationLondon, Royal College of Art
  • Sandrine D’Haene
  • Aldje van Meer
  • Aymeric Mansoux
  • Kas Houthuijs
  • Nadine Möllenkamp 
  • Affiliated research project
  • ETHO and Permacomputing in the Arts

  • The living Station Lab (Kas Houthijs,Sandrine D’Haene) Aymeric Mansoux, Nadine Mollenkampand Aldje Van Meer(core-member ETHO) will be attending and presenting during the ETHO Technical Community Conference. This conference will be held from 22 -24 February 2023 in London, UK. Hosted by theRoyal College of Art (RCA)in collaboration with local ETHO partners across London and the South of England. TheETHO Core Groupinvites ELIA member colleagues from all artistic disciplines to explore technical teaching and to contribute to what promises to be an experiential, and memorable programme.ETHO Technical Community Conference 2023: Pick & Mix, addresses the emerging role of technical teaching in Art, Design and Performing Arts. With this conference, the aim is to question and share knowledge, experiences and best practices of how technical and practical skills can be implemented in the teaching of future artists.


    Dissemblage.Making Multiplicity, not Identities 06.12.2023

    Members of the Promiscuous Care Study Group and the Erasmus School of Philosophy in conversation with Gerald Raunig (Zurich University of the Arts). 

    12/06/2023 // 17:00

    Talk and Screening – with Dora Garcia -06-12-2023

    A screening and Q&A with filmmaker Dora Garcia in the Cinema viewing room. at 17:00 on 6 December.

    The Q&A is at 18:45.

    12/06/2023 // 17:00

    Book presentation: Lumbung, commons and Community Art – 25-11-2023

    This event celebrates the publication ‘Lumbung, Commons & Community Art: a conversation on behind the scenes of documenta fifteen’ with Florian Cramer and Simon Kentgens, and introduces HumDrumPress and its commons-based publishing model and project, to the world.

    11/25/2023 // 16:00

    Workshop: How to Counter-map Autonomy and Self-organization -Iconoclasistas & WdKA Autonomy – Lab 16-11-23

    On the 16th of November, Research Center WdKA’s Autonomy Lab and Roodkapje carry out a ‘counter-mapping’ workshop, under the guidance of the Argentinian researcher/designer/activist duo, Iconoclasistas. Iconoclasistas are participating via teleconferencing. Participation is free and open to anyone.

    11/16/2023 // 12:00