Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu is a creative community networking event that is active in the practice of the arts, science and social. This event took place on 8-13 September 2015.

Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu

 

Event Description

Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu” is a series of events both interdisciplinary collaboration activities between communities and between individuals as an exploration of the definition of utopia in a collaborative framework. In this event, Lifepatch invite some creative community who work in the arts, and social science to conduct joint activities. The event is part of the Minga, Exploring Utopia, an exploration “utopia” in the context of each – each carried out by 21 partners Arts Collaboratory. Especially for Lifepatch, a series of events was organized to try to identify forms of cultural collaboration that occurs in the practice of the creative community in Indonesia in general. Mingapa name Bigini Mingapa Bigitu is a “parody” of a private television program in Indonesia in the early 90s. The program takes the form of a short animation with a simple explanation of the scientific phenomena that occur in everyday life. The program then becomes a new breakthrough in education, especially the use of media technology in the distribution of knowledge in Indonesia at that time. Transformation distribution of knowledge that evolved in Indonesia along with the emergence of the Internet in the 90s and growing more rapidly with ease, and speed the expansion of internet access in Indonesia. Influence the distribution of information and knowledge can be seen with the emergence of the practice of “hybrid” of local creative communities in Indonesia. The practice of “hybrid” is not only in the form of practices that deviated from formal educational background of the members of the community, but also form new practices which influence the distribution of information and knowledge alternatives that enrich and strengthen the practice with a background in education formally they have. Influence the distribution of information and knowledge can also be seen in the efforts of these communities to manipulate, modify, develop to create a new form of distribution and presentation in their respective environments. Practice had happened until today still tend to be straightforward interfaces and ongoing sporadic, where these communities taking grassroots initiatives in organizing workshops, exhibitions, presentations and discussions. Through this initiative, these communities has curbed and networking with people and communities with similar practices. Joint activities undertaken in the event Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu will invite participants to intersect with the topic of water and problems. Water is considered fairly broad topic as a starting point for the community to develop ideas together in a collaboration. This topic also been selected aspects of water problems occur both locally and globally. It is hoped that participants can exchange ideas and work together to raise the issue of water both in Yogyakarta and in the area of ​​their residence each – each. The participants were chosen in this event is a community – a community that is very active in conducting activities both in the arts, science and social. Some are chosen because of the potential for collaboration in their participation in the event HackteriaLab years ago in Yogyakarta. Meetings and cooperation previously considered to accelerate the process of collaboration that will happen in this event.

General Events

Presentation Introduction

Introductory presentation participating communities participated in the event Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu. Presentations will be made by the representatives of each – each community.

  • Date: 8 September 2015
  • Time: 15:00 to 6:00 p.m.
  • Location: Indonesia Contemporary Art Network (ICAN)
  • The event is free and open to the public

Open laboratories and workshops

Every day in the event Laboratories Meanwhile, the public can visit to see and get acquainted with the participants at the appointed hour. Lokarya – workshops will also take place every day with details to be provided in the ICAN. Here are the details.

  • Date: 10-12 September 2015
  • Time: 3:00 p.m. to 17:00 pm
  • Place: Indonesia Contemporary Art Network (ICAN)
  • The event is free and open to the public

Final Presentations

The participants will give a final presentation of ideas, concepts, ideas and also work or prototype developed as the closing event.

  • Date: 13 September 2015
  • Time: 19:00 pm – finished
  • Place: Sanggar Anak Kampung Indonesia (SAKI)
  • The event is free and open to the public

Special activities for participants

Special events for participants below Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu.

Mingawasi Sungai

The participants will visit the banks of the river and met with residents in the area Juminahan Yogyakarta. Activities that take place on the river Code in the form of observation and dialogue with the community that is in the river Code, SAKI, Srikandi Code (mothers around code river) and Lajur14 Juminahan + lunch by the time the Code.

  • Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2015
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Location: Juminahan, Code River, Yogyakarta
  • Special events for the participants of the event

Mingah Gunung

In this event, the participants are invited to “retreat” to know each other and build on the ideas shared in the show tent together. Participants can also follow the presentation and discussion: how to preserve seeds of plants and systems pranotomongso provided by local residents. Selanjutnyam event continued with brainstorming, community exchange ideas and plan activities together.

  • Date: 9 – The 10 September 2015
  • Location: Traditional Forest Wonosadi
  • Special events for the participants of the event

Temporary laboratory

  • Date: 10 – 12 September 2015
  • Place: Indonesia Contemporary Art Network (ICAN)
  • Special events for the participants of the event

Places and Location

Based on its location, Mingapa Bigini Mingapa Bigitu will be held in several places including Indonesia Contemporary Art Network (ICAN), River Forest Code and Wonosadi. All public events such as workshops, discussions, presentations and of course the lab while working together will take place in the ICAN. The participants will conduct field activities with an expedition visiting the area along the river, especially in the area Juminahan Code, Yogyakarta. While Wonosadi Forest will be the location of a special discussion for the participants involved in the process of working together.

Indonesian Contemporary Art Network (ICAN)

 
 

Biography

ICAN (Indonesian Contemporary Art Network) is an arts organization based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. We are a place that works to promote multidisciplinary dialogue between the arts and other divisions through art projects, research and education. We have representing sharing of events ranging from the production of dance, music, theater, visual senu exhibition along with a variety of presentations and discussions. We are located in the heart of the arts district of Yogyakarta, the building consists of two large warehouse-shaped space.

Code River

 
Survey Jogja River Project in times Code 2014

Three major rivers pass through the urban Yogyakarta, is the Code River, Winanga Kali and Kali Gajahwong. Since 2011 Lifepatch working with local groups perform a variety of exploration, getting to know the problems of urban areas around the river. In addition to documenting the image of the Watershed (DAS), also charted the content of E. coli in some locations the river. This analysis been the detection of E. coli is an early indication of pollution of the river. Given the problems of the river is a global topic, citizen initiatives in detecting the contamination of rivers and effort in its development, it is necessary to prevent damage to the surrounding environment. At this event, the Code river will be the location for field work for the participants. With a network that has been built with local residents, the participants can get a chance to review the problems at the site. Code River which is the main river and passing through the heart of Yogyakarta is also the main reason for selecting this river as a field work in this event.

Forests Wonosadi

 
Grains expedition in 2012 by Greentech and Lifepatch in forest Wonosadi

Wonosadi forest is one of the few remaining indigenous forests in Java. This forest is protected by the local people along with the community of Green Tech. This community staged several times in the forest environment with the ultimate goal masyarakayt raise awareness through various activities. Environmental action supported by the trust the people around, that is when the cut trees would be a disaster that befell the woodcutter. Such as tree planting, the release of the animals, as well as outbound with children (elementary level) local. In addition to the environmental action, also undertake joint activities in the forest camp. Annually held ceremonial Sadranan, as an expression of gratitude for the harvest. In this event, participants will be invited “alone” with campers during the day and a night in an atmosphere of indigenous forests Wonosadi. There will be a workshop on prey Institution, emacam calendar associated with agricultural activities, particularly for the benefit of farming or fishing. This workshop will be given by local residents to introduce to the participants the practice of traditional science in Indonesia. In this activity, the participants were also given time to discuss and build ideas together for activities that take place in the laboratory while ican later.

Home Stay and Rumah Lifepatch

Participants will stay in a house Living together has been prepared by Lifepatch. This house has an adequate facility intended for the participants to rest. The participants are allowed to use the house Lifepatch ntuk work using the internet facility and laboratory bio-electronics. Address residences for participants is: Jl. Langenarjan Lor No. 15B Yogyakarta Here are the names of participants who participated in this event.

  1. Andriew Budiman – C2O
  2. Juan Zaki Ershad – Serrum
  3. RM Herwibowo – Serrum
  4. Ahmad Masyhur aka Twelve Meth – waft
  5. Helmi Hardian – waft
  6. Debrina Tedjawijaja – waft
  7. Oo Uncletwis – waft
  8. Riksa Afiaty – ruangrupa artlab
  9. Annisa Rizkiana Rahmasari – Hysteria
  10. Octavian Good Prakoso – Hysteria
  11. Ghifari Ondang – Hysteria
  12. Tarlen Hand – Tobucil
  13. Rizka Princess Novitasari
  14. Andi Pratomo – Wangsa
  15. Muhammad Sulthoni – Wangsa
  16. Shabrina Nurulita Hariadi – PERMAHAMI
  17. Nuzulya Ramadhani – PERMAHAMI
  18. Afif pranaya Teak – PERMAHAMI
  19. Tri Utami – PERMAHAMI
  20. Dwi Nurlaily Kartiana – PERMAHAMI
  21. Ivan Bestari Minar Pradipta – Otakatik Creative Workshop
  22. Yohanes Dwi Sigit Saputro – Otakatik Creative Workshop
  23. Nova Basuki Rachmat (Nopel) – Lane 14
  24. Fiky Daulay – Key Cultural Studies Center
  25. Vicha Horestes Ursaprima – SURVIVE! garage
  26. Bayu Aldy S – SURVIVE! garage
  27. Sahal Sabilil Muttaqin – SynBio UGM
  28. Jaler Sekar Maji – SynBio UGM
  29. Dedi Irawan – GreenTech Community
  30. Fehri Helta – GreenTech Community
  31. Marc Dusseiller – Hackteria / dusjagr labs
  32. Amarawati Ayuningtyas
  33. Agus Tri Budiarto – Lifepatch
  34. Adhari Donora – Lifepatch
  35. Nur Akbar Arofatullah – Lifepatch
  36. Budi Prakosa – Lifepatch
  37. Agung Geger – Lifepatch
  38. Dholy Husada – Lifepatch
  39. Wawies Vishnu Wisdantio – Lifepatch
  40. Sita Magfira – Lifepatch
  41. Andreas Siagian – Lifepatch

Community / Organization / Group

The names mentioned above represent the community – the community of the following:

Serrum

 
 

 

Biography

Serrum is a group of artists formed an independent organization based in Jakarta and established in 2006. Its members consist of artists, designers, street artist, teacher, curator educational background in Fine Arts, State University of Jakarta. Actively exhibited in and outside Jakarta. Serrum engaged in the social sphere-education through the medium of art. Serrum conducting collaborative studies through special study programs on matters of education, social, urban and cultural carried out over periodically.

Contact

  • Address: Jl. Gurame No. 3 Rawamangun, Pulogadung, East Jakarta 13320
  • Phone: +62 21 4896717
  • Official website: http://serum.org
  • Email: serrumstudio (at) gmail.com

References and External links

ruangrupa artlab

 
 

 
 

Biography

Ruangrupa is an artists’ initiative established in 2000 by a group of artists in Jakarta. This is a non-profit organization that seeks to support the advancement of art ideas within the urban context and scope of the larger culture through exhibitions, festivals, art laboratories, workshops, research, and publication of the journal. ruangrupa artLab designed to carry out a series of research and artistic collaboration on urban issues and the media. ArtLab serves as a collaborative space for individual artists or interdisciplinary groups from Indonesia and internationally. This collaboration is very open to various approaches presentation refers to the involvement of social and public spaces.

Contact

  • Address: East Jl.Tebet In Britain, 6 South Jakarta 12820, INDONESIA
  • Tel / fax: +62 (0) 21 830 4220
  • E-mail: info (@) ruangrupa (.) Org | ruru.artlab (at) gmail.com | ruangantariksa (at) gmail.com
  • Official website: http://ruangrupa.org/15/

References and External links


Waft

 
 

Biography

Waft-lab is an interdisciplinary initiative in the city of Surabaya – Indonesia, based swakriya spirit through the practice of art, science and appropriate technology. Since 2011 waft-lab routinely initiate various activities such as workshops, discussions, exhibitions, festivals and a few other programs that aim to explore new ideas and to build a sustainable network of collective work. Waft facilitate activities that are creative and strive to explore new ideas and build a solid network for the development of a dynamic and sustainable art. As the embodiment of commitment, a waft organize a variety of activities or events on a regular basis, such as: workshops, discussions, art exhibitions, video festivals, the festival of electronic music and so on.

Contact

  • Address: Jl. Pandan 1A lt. 3 Surabaya
  • E-mail: waft (at) waft-lab (.) Com

References and External links


C2O

 
 

C2O is a library and space-lab based in Surabaya, Yogyakarta.

Biography

Established in mid-2008 in the center of Surabaya, Library & Kolabtiv C2O is a library and space-lab collaborative self-help to learn, interact and work. C2O founded with the mission of facilitating the creation of knowledge, innovation and new possibilities, based on thought and action are open, critical, and powerless. C2O works to achieve this mission by collaborating with members and various stakeholders in creating the ecosystem and the tool joint (shared ecosystem and tools) to

  1. collect, organize, and share collections of books, movies, and other information media,
  2. develop a network of organizations and individuals local-national-international,
  3. encouraging the growth of knowledge production and innovation.

Contact

  • Address: Jl. Dr. Cipto 22 Surabaya
  • Tel / Fax: +62 816 1522 1216 / +62 – 822 5749 0872
  • E-mail: info (at) c2o-library.net
  • Official website: http://c2o-library.net

References and External links


Hysteria

 
 

Biography

Hysteria is a community-based arts organizations that focus on youth empowerment through the arts, urban culture, and community development. Communal has been active since 11 September 2004. Originally initiated by publishing leaflets Yuswinardi in the form of literature. A year later join Heri CS, Sutiyono Sajad, and Adin since then not only publish zines, Hysteria also actively organized various art activities. Mid-2008, the group rented a house in Jalan Stonen 29 which functioned as an art space and discourse. This space is a continuation of the art project ‘grobak Art’ which is a famous place or a place selling rice at Jalan cat Atmodirono previous year.

Contact

  • Address: Jalan Stonen No: 29, Bendan Ngisor, Sampangan, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.
  • Phone: (024) 8316860
  • E-mail: hysteriakita (at) gmail.com
  • Official website: http://grobakhysteria.or.id

References and External links


Tobucil

 
 

Biography

Tobucil & Klabs is a community space that is managed independently since 2 May 2001. Tobucil & Klabs committed to support the literacy movement in likal level through club activities based on everyday activities; reading, writing, appreciation and development of the hobby.

Contact

  • Address: Jl. Aceh No. 56 40113 Bandung West Java Indonesia
  • Phone / Fax: + 62 22 4261548
  • E-mail: tobucil (at) yahoo.com
  • Official website: http://tobucil.net

References and External links


WAYANG SAMPAH

 
 

Biography

Wayang Sampah is a matter of natural and cultural community that comes from the city of Solo, Indonesia. Creative work among its members produced an art show said that using a puppet made of plastic waste that is named “Puppet Trash”. This community does not just concentrate on the “Puppet Trash” but also as far as possible seek to encourage people to use waste plastic waste. Community vision of the House is to invite people to love the culture and care for the environment. As for the mission to be achieved from every show is:

  • Socializing puppet trash.
  • Held a workshop in each show (if possible)
  • Introduce various forms of reduce, reuse and recycle plastic waste.
  • Hold a clean environment at the venue.

Contact

  • Contact 1: Jumari: (+62) 87,836,677,027
  • Contact 2: Toni Konde: (+62) 82,226,553,383
  • Contact 3: svelte (+62) 8172838858
  • E-mail: wayangsampah (at) gmail.com | djudjum12 (at) gmail.com

References and External links


PERMAHAMI

 
 

PERMAHAMI UGM is a scientific community that is becoming one of the main collaborators lifepatch.

Biography

A community of scientists and students under the care of Irfan Dwidya Prijambada and Donny Widianto, lecturer at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Gadjah Mada. This community is represented by Nur Akbar Arofatullah, who is also a member and one of the founders lifepatch. Some students have been working closely with members of lifepatch over the last few years. Some examples of collaborative projects between their art and science of fermentation IB: SC and Jogja River Project. This community then takes the name PERMAHAMI (Microbiology Students Association) and serves as a platform for students majoring in Microbiology UGM perform a variety of activities that are expected to improve their skills, particularly in the scientific field of Microbiology. Among these are training lab activity, the manufacture of some products of fermentation, and the exhibition of art and science that is BioArtNergy.

Contact

  • Address: Building A10 Lt 2 Faculty of Agriculture, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta
  • E-mail: permahami (at) ugm.ac.id
  • Official Site: http://permahami.faperta.ugm.ac.id

References and External links


Otakatik Creative Workshop

Otakatik Creative Workshop is a creative community to build a workshop in Yogyakarta, which is open to creative practice that is independent. This workshop is open to anyone who wishes to work together and share knowledge.

Biography

Otakatik Creative Workshop (abbreviated Otakatik) is the development of Otakatik Creative Design is engaged in graphic design and was founded in 2004. In the process, members of Creative Design Otakatik split to be developed in accordance with the interests and personal needs of each. Otakatik Creative Workshop then formed back dengang gathering of some young people from the Department of Product Design UKDW formed by one of the old members Otakatik Creative Design. Initially they often get together to discuss assignments or ideas for fun. In the mid-2011’s collection of young people agreed to make joint exploration of space and the creation of what became known as Otakatik Creative Workshop.

Contact

Otakatik Creative Workshop

  • Address: Jl. Ngadimulyo WB I No. 265 RT37 RW8 Pakuncen Village, District Wirobrajan Yogyakarta 55 253
  • Contact Person: Ivan Bestari Minar Pradipta
  • E-mail: ivanoozz (@) yahoo (dot) com
  • Tel / Fax: 0274-619 780
  • Official Site: http://otakatik.org

References and External links


Lajur 14 Juminahan

 
 

Biography

Lajur 14 is an organization “cah enom” formed in 2012 and stands in the village Juminahan. The purpose of the establishment of this organization is to “Nyengkuyung majuning village” which means to work together to advance the village where we lived both in terms of art, events, public, and etcetera.

Contact

  1. Address: Kampung Juminahan RW 14, Tegal Village Stage,
  2. Telephone: 085643217481 (Nopel)
  3. E-mail: Lajur14 (at) gmail.com

References and External links


KUNCI

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KUNCI Cultural Studies Center is a non-profit institution in Yogyakarta, which focuses on the development of cultural studies.

Biography

KUNCI Cultural Studies Center established itself not to be this or that within the boundaries of existing disciplines while continuing to seek to expand those limits. This collective membership is open and voluntary, and so far its members showed interest along the speculative creative experimentation and investigation that focuses on the intersection between theory and practice. Since it was founded in 1999 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, KUNCI involved with the production and sharing of critical knowledge through media publications, the encounter interdisciplinary, research-action, artistic and educational intervention zealous both within and between the spaces of the community.

Working Team

  • Space (co-founding member)
  • Nuraini Juliastuti (co-founding member)
  • Syafiatudina (Member)
  • Ferdinand Thajib (Member)
  • Wok The Rock (Web Admin)
  • Hayyu Al Qoyyumi (Library)

Contact

KUNCI Cultural Studies Center

  • Address: Ngadinegaran MJ3 / 100, Yogyakarta 55143
  • Phone: (0274) 7456680
  • Email: editor (@) kunci (.) Or (.) Id
  • Website: http://kunci.or.id

References and External links


SURVIVE! garage

 
 

Biography

SURVIVE! Garage was made in 2009. It is a community art space art manages and synergy with various trends of art phenomena in general. SURVIVE! concept exhibition hall, studio and art shop that is intended to help speed up the process of forming social groups independently through the appreciation of the work of art and education programs.

Contact

  • Address: Jalan South Bugisan No. 11 Rt. 01 Rw. 08, Tirtonirmolo, Poor, Bantul, Yogyakarta
  • Phone: (0274) 387948
  • E-mail: survivegarage (at) gmail.com
  • Official website: http://www.survivegarage.com

References and External links


SynBio UGM

 
 

Biography

SynBio UGM is an interdisciplinary opensource community managed by UGM students with the goal of making biotechnology, systems and synthetic biology, and bioengineering is open to anyone. With the core platform in the form of an open source community and DIYBio, the community tried to inspire high-end technology that can be done at home respectively.

Contact

  • Address: UGM
  • Tel: 085799579199

References and External links


GreenTech Community

 
 

Biography

Greentech (Green Technology: Study and Research Community) is a community working in a creative and effective application in the field of alternative energy, and environmental technologies. In its activities, Greentech focuses on learning and education to alternative energy, technology, and environmentally beneficial overall. In the execution of Greentech priority to the spirit of the culture of “do it now” instead of “NATO (no action, thinking only)”. With the spirit and activities undertaken, Greentech expects to be able to spur the emergence of a new pattern and straightforward system of individual creative process of the members as well as interaction between individuals in a series of interdisciplinary community work. Greentech has a mission to be useful in the development of human resource potential and local natural resources in the fields of energy, technology, and the environment. In addition, Greentech also has a mission to advance the members in terms of soft skills and hard skills. Greentech established on April 11, 2011 under a bridge Babarsari, Yogyakarta. Greentech initial members consist of some of the students from the Department of Industrial Engineering UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta. Beginning of Greentech is formed want to hold a study group in the field of alternative energy. For the initial activities of Greentech itself is “Susur River” to coincide with World Environment Day June 5, 2011. Over time, members of Greentech continued after another. it disebakan because of busy each member. But with the current members, Greentech remains committed to continue developing a community Greentech be able to participate in science, energy, technology and environment.

Contact

  • Email: green.technology (at) ymail.com
  • Contact Person: Dedi Irawan (087882927860) / Fehri Helta (08562554754)

References and External links


Anak Kampung Indonesia

 
Logo Anak Kampung Indonesia

Biography

Kampung Anak Indonesia (SAKI) is a community organization and engaged in Children and problems. A community formed since 1999 dipunggawai by young people in the urban village Jogjakarta who care about art and social problems in Indonesia. Community Anak Kampung Indonesia is in kampoeng riverbank code, which has some of the agenda:

  • Public education.
  • Art,
  • workshop
  • library.

Community membered Indonesian village boy Studio 1200 which comprises the youth and children who want to learn, creativity and loyalty. Community expectations Anak Kampung Indonesia so that young people have creativity, taste and work, and that young people do not forget the local cultures. A community that has big dreams for Indonesia and a better human future.

Contact

  • Contact Person: Sam (085868387372)

References and External links

Lifepatch

Biography

lifepatch – citizen initiative in art, science and technology (citizen initiatives in the arts, science and technology): is a cross-disciplinary arts organization based community formed on March 26, 2012. Based on the initiative of citizens in the arts, science, and technology, Lifepatch invites members and anyone involved in activities to examine, explore, and develop the presence of technology, natural resources, and human resources in the surrounding area. Initiative of citizens chosen to give more space for diversity practices and stimulate the creativity of individual members – each member in a role in a collaborative activity. Do It Yourself (DIY) and Do It With Others (DIWO) is held Lifepatch spirit in practice to be able to spur the emergence of a new pattern and straightforward system of the creative process of individuals and communities, as well as interaction between individuals in a series of community work. Lifepatch members have a mission to be useful in the development potential of human resources and local natural resources, building bridges of domestic and international collaboration, providing open access for anyone to sources of research and development results that have been done. lifepatch founded on March 26, 2012 by several people with different disciplinary backgrounds of both formal and non-formal. Members who joined in lifepatch domiciled in various cities such as Yogyakarta, Pekanbaru and Bogor. This is the main reason lifepatch initially engaged by relying on communication via the internet.

Hackteria

 
 

Biography

Hackteria is a web platform and a collection of Open Source Biological Art Project driven in February 2009 by Andy Gracie, Marc Dusseiller and Yashas Shetty, after collaboration they did in Interactivos? 09 Garage Science in MediaLab Prado, Madrid. As a community platform, Hackteria trying to encourage collaboration of scientists, hackers and artists to combine their expertise, write critical and theoretical reflection, sharing a simple tutorial to work with biological technology and cooperate in organizing workshops, laboratories while, hack – sprint and meetings. The community platform is under the name “International Hackteria Society”, an association that was established on 16 March 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland. Not-for-profit association which aims to ensure the organizational and financial project “Hackteria | Open Source Biological Art”. This association wants further development and access to practical knowledge in the artistic engagement with the life sciences. This association wants to create a platform for public discussion and invites international artists and scientists to the critical and theoretical discourse. Over the years the network initiative, labs and people who contribute to hackteria.org has been growing worldwide. Hackteria has organized workshops on instance. Biology DIY, BioArt, Synthetic Biology, Microscope, Fermentation and Bio-Electronics in Europe (Switzerland, Slovenia, Norway, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, England, Croatia Germany), Asia (India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong), Africa ( Kenya), South America (Colombia, Brazil) and North America (USA, Canada).

HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta

In 2014, together Lifepatch Hackteria organize HackteriaLab 2014 – Yogyakarta, a periodic event that is initiated by the International Hackteria Society. This event gathered more than 50 participants, both nationally and internationally in the format of working together on issues of local and global.

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