Home Made Electronic Arts: Do-it-yourself Piratensender, Krachgeneratoren und Videomaschinen

• Pirate radio, noise generators and chaos lights • Do-it-yourself electronic art close-up, and cool hacks for everyone There is currently a boom in do-it-yourself electronic art, also called bricolage. Famous artists from Germany and Switzerland show how easy it is to get started: ‘bitnik’ from Zurich, famous for their bugging action in the Zurich opera house, build a simple pirate radio; the Kassel designer Olaf Vla presents a construction kit for a DIY variation on the game boy; Niklas Roy alias ‘Cyberniklas’ from Berlin gets music, and much more, from a crazy squeaky organ. Home Made Electronic Arts is aimed at interested lay-people and professionals, and explains important terms and their meaning in the context of the history of art and the media.

Text: Landwehr Dominik, Kuni Verena . pp. 192; paperback. Publisher: Christoph Merian Verlag, Basel, 2009.

ISBN: 9783856164621 | 3856164626
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• Pirate radio, noise generators and chaos lights • Do-it-yourself electronic art close-up, and cool hacks for everyone There is currently a boom in do-it-yourself electronic art, also called bricolage. Famous artists from Germany and Switzerland show how easy it is to get started: ‘bitnik’ from Zurich, famous for their bugging action in the Zurich opera house, build a simple pirate radio; the Kassel designer Olaf Vla presents a construction kit for a DIY variation on the game boy; Niklas Roy alias ‘Cyberniklas’ from Berlin gets music, and much more, from a crazy squeaky organ. Home Made Electronic Arts is aimed at interested lay-people and professionals, and explains important terms and their meaning in the context of the history of art and the media.