SPARTH is a 48-hour Hackathon focusing on the relation between Space and Arts through interdisciplinary work in the scope of Science and Technology. The outcome is expected to be pieces, prototypes or articulated processes of art that could be exhibited.



Explore

What is the relation between space and arts? Why is it so fascinating? How to use and combine technologies? There are many, many things to discover.

Collaborate

Pitch your ideas. Form groups of 3 to 5 people. Exchange, work together. Add your unique individual talents. Expand your limits and those of your collaborators.

Exhibit

Show your work to the public. Outline your process in a short presentation and demonstrate your hacks in an exhibition. Make your ideas become real.




Schedule


Friday Night

  • 18:00 / Doors open, registration
  • 19.30 / Welcome, intro, lightning talks
  • 20:15 / Break
  • 20:45 / How SPARTH works, intro to hardware etc
  • 21:15 / Pitches
  • 22:00 / Form groups
  • Open end

Saturday

  • 09:00 / Doors open, hacking starts, brunch
  • 12:00 / Lunch
  • 18:00 / Dinner
  • Open end

Sunday

  • 09:00 / Doors open, brunch
  • 12:00 / Lunch
  • 14:00 / End of hacking
  • 16:00 / Public presentations
  • 17:00 / Exhibition opens
  • 18:00 / End

The first edition of SPARTH was realized during the bangaloREsidency, in collaboration with Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore, Srishti Institute of Arts, Science and Technology, Workbench Projects, and Center for Experimental Media and Arts – CEMA.