Articles

  • We make
    Open Design Lab
    24-05-2019
    As part of the group assignment of this year's Fab Academy at Waag, a Marble Calender Machine was made.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    23-05-2019
    Larisa Blazic is a London-based artist, feminist hacker and educator. She is currently artist in residence at the DECODE project.
  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    22-05-2019
    Špela Petrič is one of this year's winners of an Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica for her project Confronting Vegetal Otherness.
  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    20-05-2019
    In 2019 the STARTS prize goes to an innovation agency from Barcelona and two artists who work with AI and machine learning.
  • We care
    MakeHealth Lab
    17-05-2019
    Thames & Hudson has published the book Futurekind, with a chapter about our project MakeHealth.
  • We code
    Commons Lab
    10-05-2019
    Can games help us achieve a more social and collaborative society? In our Common play with us series, we aim to learn all about games.
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    08-05-2019
    There will be five new 'Maakplaatsen' in Amsterdam in the coming years. That will bring the total to 11 locations.
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    06-05-2019
    We spoke to Alain about his role in helping to construct the SySTEM 2020 map, that uses the data gathered in the project.
  • Waag
    AI Culture Lab
    03-05-2019
    The artists duo Xin Liu and Gershon Dublon (slow immediate) gained a residency to create their project "The wandering mind".
  • Waag
    AI Culture Lab
    19-04-2019
    Waag is pleased to announce Antti Tenetz as the recipient of the Supre:organism residency as part of our AI Lab.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    19-04-2019
    Two pilots are being developed and tested in the Netherlands that make use of 'attribute-based credentials'. What are these?
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    17-04-2019
    Residents from Buitenveldert tested the MUV app during a walk through the neighbourhood. Can it be further developed?