What has Cyanotype Printing, Watercolour Pipe Organs and Remote Talking Robotics got in common – Workshop II
August 28 @ 9:00 am - August 29 @ 4:00 pm AEST$165.00
Swedish Artist – Jonas Pettersson
and his remote controlled
Watercolour Pipe Organ
Who should check this out!
New Media Students – Interested in robotics and remote communication strategies – Jonas will share his work which includes the use of programming techniques such as SignalR, node.js and other programming methods to make components talk remotely – he will detail the flow between web clients and servers, using triggers and 3D printed parts.
The major work during the two day workshop will be putting all the components together, tune the pipes and see that everything is working.
Jonas is aiming to make at least 2-2.5 meters pipe – these will be made from art paper and fitted with the 3D printed parts – the ‘Pipes’ can be painted or Workshop participants can decide to leave them unpainted – however, this may be a challenge for our Workshop I – Artists to come back and help at this point!
About Jonas Pettersson
Jonas is an experimental Artist and Digital and Microcomputer engineer – and has spent over 10 years as a new media teacher at art school using video, web, digital photo, sound installations and some robotics. Jonas has showcased his Artwork with Fish Lane Studios since 2015 and currently works closely with the amazing prestigious Nordic Watercolour Museum – which is an artist workshop and research facility in Skärhamn on the island of Tjörn in Sweden, opened in 2000. For more details head back to our Blog and introduction …………..>
Book Below – 2 Day Workshop with Jonas
Tues/Wed 28/29th August ’18
10am to 4pm each Day
morning tea and coffee ++ a break for lunch – included
The Yaroomba Beach Design Centre
1443 David Low Way – Yaroomba Beach – Qld – Australia