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#### Description
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.
#### Proponent
Re:Common www.recommon.org
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#### Description
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.
#### Outline
##### Introduction (online):
Today I will give a 90 minute online introduction and tell the basics about building the Chua’s Circuit.
##### Building Phase (offline):
Every participant will build his two Confetti boards, or build the circuit on a bread board.
##### Test, Debug and Exchange (online):
Tomorrow we will test, debug and discuss online our Chua’s Circuits, we will make sound and visualize it, too.
#### Materials / Tutorial
Wolfgangs TUTORIAL: https://dernulleffekt.de/doku.php?id=analogcomputation:01_chuascircuit
**IMPORTANT check the COMPONENT LIST ASAP!**
https://www.mouser.de/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=2db9b9b476
https://dernulleffekt.de/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=analogcomputation:warenkorb_mouser.de_mai09_0601.pdf
Total cost is 60 Euro, but if you check the list many components will probably be on your soldering desk anyway.
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#### Description
“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.
#### Structure
The workshop is structured in three blocks:
1. Introduction. Presentation of the project and “ASMR for earthly survival” methods.
2. Discussion. Climate change narratives and exploration of intimate fears and tribulations relative to this topic.
3. Hands-on collaborative audiovisual ASMR proposal. The resulting work will be aired on Dorftv.at on the last day of AMRO 2020.
The participants will be asked to record their own “ASMR for Earthly Survival” after the workshop and upload their material on the GitLab folder.
Due to social distancing measures the workshop will be held fully online and take place through videoconference. The participants are not required to have any previous specific knowledge or audiovisual skills.
#### More info:
workshop length: 1 hour
Materials: Bring some interesting objects to play with and make some noise!
max number of participants: 10
#### Images
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Since 2012 my ongoing research on the topic of informal e-waste recycling has been the starting point for works in various mediums and formats. As i see the urgent necessity of an intervention into reality beyond art, I allow myself the liberty to go even a step further and get engaged with the smartphone app 'Whole Waste Catalog', providing bottom-up education and support for informal e-waste workers.
I am now presenting the current state of the project, its findings and put it up for discussion.
#### Outline
```/* This is a presentation and discussion over workshop software, because it wants to be private. Thank you for understanding. */```
There is no software or other preparation required. Have a look at 'Raphael Perret - AMRO.pdf' and maybe write down some notes or questions if need be.
Thank you, I am looking forward to push the BigBlueButton with you.
Raphael
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#### Description
In this workshop you're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about climate change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.
#### Workshop Materials
https://github.com/consortium/CCP/blob/master/README.md
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#### Description
The workshop is a place for exchange between artists and researchers working on the connection between technical and natural environments. Participation includes talks, hands-on digital microscopy, social networks, solar energy.
#### Outline
max part: 10
time: 2h
Participation includes talks, hands-on digital microscopy, social networks, solar energy.
**Participant can bring**
- Raspberry or other Linux devices for running social networks hubs
- Plans for greenhouses, waste material architectural ideas
- Plant samples
- Research ideas and schemas for control and communication in biological systems
- Networks organisation suggestions for forming autonomous media
#### Topics of discussion:
Connecting Raspberry Pi (Raspbian, Ubuntu Arm64, hostapd, raspap) mobile data, VPN, local/public DNS resolving, sensors: temperature, humidity (air, soil), air pressure, light, Arduino, I2c connection, Solar panel, solar controllers, 12V Lead acid car and AGM batteries, 12V water pumps, pull down converters for USB power, Hubzilla federated social networking (ActivityPub, Diaspora, Zot, …), nomadic channel cloning and privacy setting.
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*Registration:* https://radical-openness.org/en/programm/2020/speculative-nows-post-covid-19-futures
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#### Description
In this workshop we want to take time, space and (privileged) right to think about the future. When the earlier imagined futures of "smartness" producing resilience seem to be failing we like to share experiences and discuss local community responses and alternative ad-hoc networks that emerge within our newly defined living spaces in our countries, cities, neighbourhood and households.
**with:**  Anuradha Reddy, Bastien Kerspern (Design Friction), Özgün Eylül İşcen, Linda Kronman and Andreas Zingerle (Kairus Art+Research).
### Registration
In your email please share your thoughts and observations on one or more of the following topics (max. 200 words):
* sensing, tracing and modelling the pandemic
* active governance, social control
* utopia/dystopia of current lock-downs
* local community responses
* alternative ad-hoc networks
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#### Description
A workshop about Chua’s Circuit within the analog computer Confetti to generate chaotic signals, noise and sound. In this session we will debug and test our instruments and have an exchange on the remote-workshops.
#### Outline
##### Test, Debug and Exchange (online):
Today we will test, debug and discuss online our Chua’s Circuits, we will make sound and visualize it, too.
#### Materials / Tutorial
Wolfgangs TUTORIAL: https://dernulleffekt.de/doku.php?id=analogcomputation:01_chuascircuit
**IMPORTANT check the COMPONENT LIST ASAP!**
https://www.mouser.de/ProjectManager/ProjectDetail.aspx?AccessID=2db9b9b476
https://dernulleffekt.de/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=analogcomputation:warenkorb_mouser.de_mai09_0601.pdf
Total cost is 60 Euro, but if you check the list many components will probably be on your soldering desk anyway.
![](/img/Chuas-Circuit-within-an-Analog-Computer_3345_WSpahn.jpg)
![](/Chuas-Circuit-within-an-Analog-Computer_3702b_WSpahn.jpg)
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#### Description
DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies is a workshop focused on imagining DIY objects against health problems that arise from technology, using materials you can find in your own home. If you have ever experienced eye dryness from staring at a screen for too long or neck pain from looking down at your phone too much, this workshop is for you!
#### workshop outline:
20mins: presentation of the project Center for Technological Pain and of the specific workshop
20-30mins: discussion of the tech pain experienced on an individual level
20-30mins: brainstorming + sketching out ideas of possible objects + suggestions on how to realize the objects
total duration: 1-1.5 hours
#### workshop materials:
pen and paper, computer with webcam
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#### Description
We want to map the core values associated with openness and freedom, like we got them to know engaging in free and open source software communities, with some sustainability criteria to try to describe and discuss the relatedness of these worlds.
#### Schedule: \
15mins: Overview of sustainability conceptions and highlighting of selected sustainability conception \
15mins: Breakout talks with 3-5 persons in groups on 1 sustainability conception in relation to the 4 core values of F/LOSS \
30mins: 1 spokesperson of the breakout session reports in 3mins and each group has 2mins for q&a (overall 5 minutes) \
30mins: Open exchange about decisions, questions, actions and wishes.
#### Materials
Workshop material are available at https://github.com/mukil/amro20-ws
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#### Description
The good thing is that many organization models work well on a normal base during a regular day. But what will happen if there is an urgent situation? an emergency? Who is responsible to act, to communicate to talk for the group? In this workshop held by an XR Austria participant you will get to know how the XR organizational model works and then you will compare it with the one of your own organization.
#### Intro
check Moritz introduction on Monday 21st in the LIGHTNING TALK SESSION.
(link needs to be added).
#### QUESTIONS FOR YOU AND THE WORKSHOP
• How is your group organised?
Do you use a top down or bottom up model?
• What is your personal role in this group? (Do you have a specific role? What are you allowed to do? Your responsibilities?)
• Do you know who is responsible for a specific topic? (answering mails, money, materials etc.) And what is this person allowed to do?
• Do you know what your colleagues are working on? If not, do you know where you find this information?
• How are the tasks distributed internally? What happens to tasks that have not yet been distributed?
• Are your roles defined? Are the tasks clear? The mandates? Do you have enough and not too many roles? Do you enjoy your roles?
• How is the workload of the individual team members? Is it going well with the situation? Do you pay attention to each other?
• How do you cultivate a regenerative culture and care for each other in your group?
• How do you make small decisions? Big decisions? (in a relaxed or stressed timeframe.)
• How are decisions currently made in GROUP? Does that work well? Is the process pleasant? Is everyone heard?
• What is the feedback loop of how to give or receive positive and negative feedback?
• Is the knowledge of everyone used or just of the more talkative ones or more experienced ones?
• What happens if the person who is responsible for a specific topic can`t fulfil his or her role?
• Every day is a different day with new chances and new obstacles. How do you react to them?
• How does your group react under stress?
• How do you currently deal with internal conflicts?
• How does your Group try to make its work processes transparent for everyone?
• Which communication channels are used to pass on information?
• Have you clarified which rhythm, which duration, which time windows for your meetings work well for everyone?
#### Materials
(see folder "Materials")
#### Further Information
Global SOS Network: https://sos.rebellion.support
SOS OPEN: https://sos.rebellion.support/node/48
XR England: https://rebellion.earth
XR Austria: https://xrebellion.at
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#### Description
Noiselab Linz is offering a Workshop on Hacking and Developing simple Modular Synthesizer Hardware.
#### Outline
The Workshop will consist of two parts, 45min each:
* **Part 1 (beginners):** first, we are going to explain the process of hacking the commercial hardware of a basic 555 oscillator.
We will explain how to read the circuit scheme from the printed circuit board, check the scheme's functionality on the breadboard and transfer it to a ready-to-solder schematic.
* **Part 2 (advanced):** second, we will demonstrate how a working breadboard prototype of a delay module can be explored in order to build your own noise module by applying circuit bending techniques.
We are offering an informative workshop platform describing the hardware hacking of four modules (555 oscillator, optical theremin, atari punk console & delay module):
https://cargocollective.com/noiselab/
and are open for your questions:
noiselab.linz@gmail.com
If you want to practically implement the workshop instructions, we offer the module kits (all the parts lists can be found on our webpage as well):https://www.willhaben.at/iad/kaufen-und-verkaufen/verkaeuferprofil/29296136
#### About us:
Noiselab Linz is a Workshop platform of the Noisemeetup Linz, where we discuss some technical questions around the noise synthesizers.
Noisemeetup Linz is a recurring meeting for all interested in noise, diy and experimental sound art.
If you are interested in getting to know more about our events, write us an email:
noisemeetup@lists.servus.at
This workshop is offered by trial#1, a female sound art collective from Linz.
Check our performance at AMRO2020 Nightline!
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#### Description
Over the past year Not Found On has been co-creating a mediawiki platform to record/connect feminist queer intersectional knowledge. It has done so by responding to tensions for the desire for privacy and the desire to share, as well as the precarious nature of the spaces we occupy. It is the recognition of bars, kitchens, sports teams as sites of knowledge creation and the desire to seek alternatives to corporately owned social media.
## Program
**Introduction:** We will begin the session by listening to a recoding from two editing voices from the NotFoundOn platform about the urgency for safe spaces online and tentative use/impact. We will then be making accounts on the platform, becoming familiar with it, learning about Mediawiki markup language and key functionalities.
Following this, we will self-determine & self-organise work in different constellations and intensities (additions, editing, comments, musings, ..., maybe bug reports or feature proposals), that can be continuous or break-infused, based on interests and amount of energy.
**Wrap Up:** A circle for collective reflection with everyone.
**Note:** No pre-existing wiki knowledge is necessary. All bodies welcome.
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#### Description
In this workshop you're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about climate change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.
#### Workshop Materials
https://github.com/consortium/CCP/blob/master/README.md
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