Here all the workshops being held on the second day of AMRO20



Bootleg Library Session: Notes on Texts, Simon Browne

*Notes on Texts* is a session that annotates a library. It understands reading and writing to be fundamental library practices, and asks how new reader/writers may participate in producing texts that both describe the collection and represent themselves.



Infrastructure, sustainability, technology, crisis: making visible the invisible, Re:Common

This workshop is largely a discussion format where we will explore the broader re-shaping of the so called "extractivist society", which started before the pandemic and took advantage of it; the material infrastructure supporting its broader pattern of change; the social, environmental and climate implications of the re-configuration of the global economy.



Introduction: Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer, Wolfgang Spahn

A workshop about Chua’s Circuit within the analog computer Confetti to generate chaotic signals, noise and sound. In the workshop we will learn the basic principles of an analog computer. We also will build the two main components for Chua’s Circuit a Gyrator and a Chua’s Diode. And with these two modules we will create a circuit in order to listen to the butterfly in our tornado.



ASMR for Earthly Survival, Post-Bio-Internet Collective

“ASMR for earthly survival” explores the potential of ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) as a tool for the creation of intimate science fiction storytelling narratives.



Whole Waste Catalog, Raphael Perret

'Whole Waste Catalog' is a smartphone app providing bottom-up education and support for informal e-waste workers. In this session, Raphael Perret gives a presentation of the current state of the project "Whole Earth Catalog" and its findings and puts it up for discussion.



Computational Cultural Publishing: Climate Emergency Sprint, Simon Worthington

You're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about climate change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.



Waterlily tea, Nikola Brabcova & Michal Klodner

Preparing tea, connecting sensor data and images of local nature to media space. Waterlily tea will look at the design of the medium itself: the field in which individual actors are located, as an area of sustainable infrastructures, linking natural, technological and social. The overall prosperity of the local ecosystem is a sign of successful development.