Discover how binary code works, and take a deeper look at the political implications of using digits to store and transmit messages for people. Decode a famous binary solo, work with Arduino, and think critically about the social effects of the assumptions built into early computer systems.
This workshop is geared toward beginners, so no coding or electronics background required.
Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019
Regular price: $60 (+$5 material fee)
Annual Studio Membership/Workshop Discount Pass: $45 (+$5 material fee)
About the instructor: Phil Schleihauf is a queer artist, facilitator, and recovering software developer, thinking about how to challenge cultural narratives that touch their own experiences. After 10 years in the startup and tech industry, Phil attended the School For Poetic Computation in NYC, and has since focused on art and education. They now organize artist-run workshops through Ones and Zeros, an organization focused on creativity and accessibility in electronics and computation.
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