Tech-Tea afternoons

Lászlo Moholy-Nagy was a pioneer of mixing engineering design and artistic creativity to create photograms, impressive theater sets and visuals, kinetic and light sculptures and now the borderline of digital technology and arts are awaiting us.


Apart from the creation of artistic installations many other possibilities of applications are to be discovered on the field of education, entertainment and shared experiences.


Tech-Tea afternoons were founded to provide inspiration through the invitation of relevant speakers who introduce their current and older - less known - works filled with demos.  After each presentation - occasionally held in English - the audience is invited to meet the speaker and participate in a round-table discussion on the topic of the day.


15 presentations have been held so far. The next occasions to attend will be on 5th April and 24th April 2014.

For more information on the past and the upcoming programs please visit the Tech-Tea blog.


The future's book - the book's future


 A könyv jövőjét körüljáró Tech Tea nagy hallgatóság mellett zajlott le a MOME  Auditóriumában. A két meghívott vendég, Keresztes Dóra grafikus és a Nyugat-  magyarországi Egyetem tanára Nádai Ferenc tipográfus, valamint a két MOME  résztvevő: Hegyi Béla grafikus és a Kreatív Technológia Labor munkatársai a  területet jellemző, egymástól nagyon eltérő, mégis fontos témákat hoztak el a  projektjeik bemutatásával.



The future's book - the book's future 25th April

 A roundtable conversation about the dynamic development of book publishing and  readers' experiences and its possibilities in the age of touchscreens.


 Dóra Keresztes: Pantrytales; Béla Hegyi: Interactive magazines; MOME Creative  Technology Lab: A selection from interactive book projects; Ferenc Nádai: Are we  loosing the touch?

 Moderator: Zsófia Ruttka, head of the Lab


New Aesthetic Ecologies of Interactivity
There are no translations available.

  As a special guest, Brigitta Zich, researcher and programme director of Digital Media at Culture Lab Newcastle (UK) is going to give an insight on better understanding of how interactive applications and nonconventional approaches challenge current media and technology trends.



Hungarian adventure in the Silicone valley


 Feles Dániel, a MOME Design szak hallgatója, a videoval, programozott interakcioval és    programozott grafikával foglalkozik már 5-6 éve. Mindig is érdekelték a számítógéppel  generált  vizuális rendszerek, ahol a programozást kifejezetten művészeti célokra  használhatja.
 2007 óta a Kitchen Budapest media labor kutatója.

TECHTEA again: Dance and Technology

Anna Rubi and Beatrix Simkó dance artists, Media Design BA and MA students of the MOME in the wake of movement systems, new media and the possible relationship of these two.


4.30PM 28th September

MOME, A104 hall




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