Hacked Lab, Milan: Tickets Released

Monday 3rd February

We have now released the FREE tickets you need to join us for our workshops as part Hacked Lab, Milan. We are very excited to be joining an exciting line up of events and artists throughout the week, and look forward to seeing you there.

18 April: Make a Plant Thirst Detector or Create your own musical instrument at la Rinascente Milan 10am to 7:30pm.

Technology Will Save Us is heading to Milan for design week as part Hacked Lab, an experimental programme of live activities, events, installations, performances and workshops curated by Beatrice Galilee. The project includes temporary site-specific works by artists and designers; a vast hack of la Rinascente’s colonnaded facade by Carmody Groarke, a flexible, movable stage by EXYZT and – very briefly – a scale-model of the Large Hadron Collider. The Hacked Lab programme is intended to provide a platform for young designers whose work exists outside of conventional exhibition-object parameters and crosses various disciplines.

For the whole day on Wednesday 18th April TWSU will be taking over the hacked space and holding a full day of workshops. We will be alternating between our Lumiphone and Thirsty Plant workshops and the best part is its all FREE!

So take your pick or come to both just make sure you sign up early so as not to miss out!

Hacked Lab, Milan: Tickets Released

Wednesday 4th April

We have now released the FREE tickets you need to join us for our workshops as part Hacked Lab, Milan. We are very excited to be joining an exciting line up of events and artists throughout the week, and look forward to seeing you there.

18 April: Make a Plant Thirst Detector or Create your own musical instrument at la Rinascente Milan
10am to 7:30pm.

Technology Will Save Us is heading to Milan for design week as part Hacked Lab, an experimental programme of live activities, events, installations, performances and workshops curated by Beatrice Galilee. The project includes temporary site-specific works by artists, architects and designers; a vast hack of la Rinascente’s colonnaded facade by Carmody Groarke, a flexible, movable stage by EXYZT and – very briefly – a scale-model of the Large Hadron Collider. The Hacked Lab programme is intended to provide a platform for young designers whose work exists outside of conventional exhibition-object parameters and crosses various disciplines.

For the whole day on Wednesday 18th April TWSU will be taking over the hacked space and holding a full day of workshops. We will be alternating between our Lumiphone and Thirsty Plant workshops and the best part is its all FREE!

So take your pick or come to both just make sure you sign up early so as not to miss out!