DIY electronics workshop #4: electromagnetic scanner
DIY electronics workshop #4: Make an electromagnetic scanner with Jukka Hautamäki
Time: 27.02.2016 @ 14:00 – 19:00
Participation fee: 25€
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop has a limited capacity so be quick!
Registration closes on Friday 26th at 6:00 pm!
In the next workshop of our DIY electronics series participants will build a simple audio device for discovering and making electromagnetic waves audible. In the process students will also learn the basics of DIY audio electronics and at the end will have a battery powered device which can be used as a portable electronics music instrument. No previous experience of electronics is required from participants.
Each student should bring their own box for the instrument. For this a “cigar box” (or any box with paper-covered mdf) with a lid is recommended, minimum size 3.5 x 12 x 15 cm (h*d*w). The walls of the box should have a maximum width of 4 mm.
About workshop leader:
Sound and media artist Jukka Hautamäki (b. 1971 Oulu) lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. Hautamäki works with found materials, electronics, sound, light and video. He has held interactive sound art and electronics workshops in Finland (HelSE, MUU, Aalto University, Mansedanse), Germany, Poland and Estonia.
Hautamäki has performed widely live in Europe and North America. Performance venues include Lal lal lal festival in Helsinki, Ges21 in St. Petersburg, Mengi in Reykjavik, Avatar Centre in Quebec City, Electric Knife in London, Madame Claude in Berlin and Trans Pecos, CT-SWaM at Fridman Gallery in New York.
More information at: jukkahautamaki.com