What: D+TM #42
What: Mousepad Design Workshop
When: Wednesday 20th of April, 3 to 6PM
Where: Parsons Paris room 100
Who: Windows 93
Tomorrow is the Future ! Windows 93 is a fictional tech company driven by CEO Jankenpopp and CTO Zombectro which officially won the internet on October 24, 2014 at 20:00 PM (CEST).
Equally influenced by Net.art, Memetic, Post-internet, Media archaeology, Glitch-art, Demoscene, Underground music scene, Open-source culture or Cryptography, the duo works together in a wide range of media including code, music, video, performance, tech exploits, modified videogames, easter eggs, viruses and the Internet via their own online platform www.windows93.net which can be described as a love letter to everything mad and creative about computer culture.
After its launch in late October 2014, the platform went viral through social media and has since federated more than 5.000.000 users around the world.
As an audiovisual performance Windows 93 can take the form of corporate keynote, post-internet rock band or wild epileptic noise show.
Jankenpopp is a multifaceted artist who works in domains involving synæsthesia, interactivity, generative design, glitch and media archaeology through installation, performance or Internet. He performs live electronic music with custom audiovisual instruments under the pseudonyme Jankenpopp. He organises exhibitions and concerts, hosts workshops and co-curates digital art festivals (e.g. Frankenstein Média Festival with Emmanuel Guez). He also collaborates with various communication agencies as a creative director and web designer.
Zombectro is an artist, web developer and user interface designer. He also makes independent video-games, plays gameboy noise live music and tours in various venues from New-York to Tokyo.
They have presented their works at Centre Pompidou, Paris; Gaité lyrique, Paris; AMAZE, Berlin; GLI.TC/H festival, Amsterdam; Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence; Kunst Forum, Hambourg; Eniarof, France; Gamerz Festival, Aix-en-Provence; Villa Méditerranée, Marseille; Art-o-rama, Marseille; reFrag: glitch, Paris; La Casa da Musica, Porto; Databit Festival, Arles.