Difference between revisions of "Slovakia"

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'''Spaces''': [[At Home Gallery]] (Šamorín), [[Jan Koniarek Gallery]] (Trnava).
 
'''Spaces''': [[At Home Gallery]] (Šamorín), [[Jan Koniarek Gallery]] (Trnava).
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'''Media experimentators in history''':<br>
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'''Johann Wolfgang Kempelen''' {18th century) - mechanical sound synthesis, chess automaton (a man hidden in a box moved chess figures with the help of teleoperator links),<br>
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'''Jozef Petzval''' - calculated and constructed the first photo camera lens,<br>
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'''Antonin Jedlík''' and '''Gejza Bolemann''' - created Lissajouse patterns (super-position of harmonic functions) with the mechanical "predecessor" of the computer plotter (long before Ben Laponsky did his first oscilons with an electronic computer).

Revision as of 23:13, 26 December 2005

The beginnings, the very first things are always most beautiful. Then they're only getting worse. That's why noone is doing anything in Slovakia.


Cities: Bratislava.
Others:


Festivals: Multiplace (Bratislava, Trnava, Trenčín, Žilina)
Past festivals: Bee 96 Camp (Skalica, Nové Zámky, Bratislava, Šamorín), Transart communication (Nové Zámky).

Spaces: At Home Gallery (Šamorín), Jan Koniarek Gallery (Trnava).


Media experimentators in history:
Johann Wolfgang Kempelen {18th century) - mechanical sound synthesis, chess automaton (a man hidden in a box moved chess figures with the help of teleoperator links),
Jozef Petzval - calculated and constructed the first photo camera lens,
Antonin Jedlík and Gejza Bolemann - created Lissajouse patterns (super-position of harmonic functions) with the mechanical "predecessor" of the computer plotter (long before Ben Laponsky did his first oscilons with an electronic computer).