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RoboVox in Vienna
4th - 12 December 2008
On 4th December RoboVox opened RoboExotica festival in Vienna’s Museums Quartier, which celebrated its tenth anniversary.
RoboVox stood in front of Museums Quartier until 12 December, receiving hundreds of messages per day.
RoboVox project won best Mobile application award at Europrix
Nov 27, 2008
RoboVox project has won best Mobile application award at Europrix!
The EUROPRIX Jury in 2008 have nominated 23 projects out of 338 eligible entries, all praised for their innovations and brilliant content.
RoboVox was nominated in the section Mobile applications.
Martin Bricelj presented RoboVox at the Europrix multimedia festival in Graz from 27-29 November.
More about Europrix..
The EUROPRIX Multimedia Awards are Europeâs contest for young professionals and students who work on innovative projects in the field of e-contents and design - using whichever multimedia channel or platform. The EUROPRIX Multimedia Festival showcases and promotes young professionals and top students and honors them for their outstanding achievements.
The EUROPRIX winning projects are the best of young multimedia contents and design in Europe.
12.-22.JUNE 2008, LJUBLJANA
RoboVox installation in Ljubljana was organized as part of Slovenska street project, initiated by Municipality of Ljubljana and Turist organization Ljubljana during Slovenian presidency of EU.
The installation was accompanied by several events, RoboVox Pecha Kucha, RoboVox opening concert and two urban interventions by Tomek Rygalik: Urban Bed and Xily.
On 12 June, a special Pecha Kucha RoboVox edition took place at the old Tobacco factory in Ljubljana.
ROBOVOX PECHA KUCHA
This thematic mini RoboVox conference was organised in order to announce and celebrate the publishing of Robovox sound book, a compilation of texts and music tracks by international researchers and musicians. We invited some of them to present their work at RoboVox Pecha Kucha. Alexei Monroe, NSK expert and author of Plural Monolith, presented his essay - a critical introduction of RoboVox installation. Mitar MilutinoviÄ, a student of artificial intelligence, presented his new project. Jan KuÅ¡ej compared several project, which, similarly as RoboVox deal with interaction of public in an urban environment and try to indicate a state of mind in their local area. Jana Horakova demonstrated the difference between machines and humans, Tomek Rygalik presented his interventions on public space. Martin Bricelj, author of the installation, talked about his initial ideas and thougts of RoboVox installation.
ROBOVOX OPENING CONCERT
Due to heavy rain, the opening concert was moved to Hvala Za Roze club. The concert was planned to be a presentation of RoboVox soundtrack, which is part of the sound book. Vector Lovers, one of the artists featured on the soundtrack, presented a DJ set and VJ Ozo presented a repertoire of robotic and sci-fi cult movies. In addition, we organised a small exhibition of RoboVox products: speaking Robot toys, RoboVox bags, T shirts and soundbooks. Check them out in MERCHANDISE section!
MOTA AND ROBOVOX PRESENT: TOMEK RYGALIK, URBAN BED and XILY
MOTA museum of temporary art invited Tomek Rygalik, an industrial designer from Poland, living and working in London, to resdency at MOTA. Tomek prepared two public intervations nearby RoboVox installation. The Urban Bed is a waste cardboard tubes reinvention. By collecting and mounting the tubes in a new shape, Rygalik created a place for resting, sitting and chatting in public space. His XILY project on the other hand, invites visitors and passers by to create patterns and form paths and images and play by using simple round stickers and a few basic rules.
Go to RoboVox in Ljubljana gallery (link na gallery)