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Make Me Eclectic

Evening Program

RAUM D. Museumsquartier

The first feminist hackerspace

invites you to an eclectic night at Raum D

organized by miss baltazar’s laboratory in the framework of our MAKE ME ECLECTIC FESTIVAL

Friday, 20th of January

19:30 Marthe Dessel: Djette BoomBike djette/
Ride around MQ
20:00 Ye Hui
21:00  Ulla Rauter, Verena Dürr, Christine Schörkhuber (3/4 Laster Kanaster)
DJ: Eli Ruisz

Saturday, 21st of January

The beauty of distortion, live visuals with electronic interferences, without computers, open to participate.


Karla Spiluttini

Jaqueline Cheval

Presentations of female and trans Arts & Electronics projects!




FRIDAY 20th January 2012

10:00 – 12:00 Computer Break! Fast Raum D
12:00 – 15:00 Milica Gudović: Drupal Workshop Mz. Baltazars Büro
16:00 – 19:00 Stefanie Wuschitz: Re-Sista Raum D

20:00 Abendprogramm/Evening Programm Raum D
Audioperformances of Media artists, which work with electronics and Programming,
E.g. Ulla Rauter + Verena Dürr + Christine Schörkhuber, Ye Hui, and others.

SATURDAY 21st of January 2012

11:00 – 14:00 A left at Albukerky – Darija Medić Mz. Baltazars Büro
14:00 – 17:00 Solar Workshop – Selena Savić Raum D
18:00 – 20:00 Paper Games – Heather Kelley Mz. Baltazars Büro

20:00 Abendprogramm RAUM D
The beauty of distorsion,
live Visuals mit elektronischen Störsignalen

SUNDAY 22nd of January 2012

11:00 – 14:00 Ulla Rauter – PD Programming Mz. Baltazars Büro
11:00 – 17:30 KÖRPER SPULE – Audrey Samson, Sabrina Basten Rundgang im MQ Raum D
After Hour Raum D Präsentationen

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miss baltazar's laboratory is co-hosting:


./ Make Me! Festival | Napravi Me! Festival

⇒Belgrade, Friday 10th – Monday 14th of June 2011

⇒Cultural Centre REX, Jevrejska 16


register for the workshops at
all workshops are free of charge

Make me! festival will feature a series of workshops on building and using different DIY devices, with a critical reflection on the presence of technology in public space.

The workshops are intended for tech-savvy women and girls but also enthusiasts of all genders with no previous knowledge. Artists and activists gathered around independent, self-organised initiatives from the Netherlands, Austria and Serbia will teach a wide range of subjects, from listening to electromagnetic waves and analysis of wireless Internet traffic to the use of satellite signal for GPS and solar energy.

The attendants will learn how to make and modify devices for receiving and storing the data they gather. Through one and two days workshops where “everyone teaches everyone”, we will explore the presence of technology on the streets of Belgrade. We will play with the potential of alternative uses of technology in everyday life.


The main goal is to question what is given and imposed by the technology, through an approach on the intersection between technology, art and activism. The workshops are meant to enable and encourage the participants to work with everyday technology and adapt it to their needs. They are not expected to show high technical literacy but curiousity to get to know and possibly modify technology that is available to everyone.

The target group are primarily girls with an experience in some kind of activism and an interest in art and technology. It is expected from the participants to share the interest in ‘breaking the box’ and ‘looking inside’, and to have an affinity towards learning new skills. One of important outcomes of this programme will be to create and strengthen a network that would connect the ones who are active on this scene. Through this network, we expect to be able to can support each other even long after the events have ended.

The workshops will take place over the course of 4 days, with two or three workshops sometimes running in parallel. The main programme is meant for women only. It is thought of as a ‘women for women’ exchange of knowledge. The programme would be open for participation of everyone interested, with the idea to open up our activities and content to everyone we are sharing our environment with.

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