HONF + invited artists and collaborators will headed for 5th APAP at Anyang-si, South Korea, November 8th – 20th 2016. APAP is one of the biggest event on South Korea for Public Art event where HONF were invited. HONF + invited artists and collaborator will make 33 workshops on making and public interaction during the event.
APL Concept & Programs
I. Basic Thought
Anyang Public Laboratory [APL] will demonstrate the impact of the DIY (Do It Yourself) and DIWO (Do It With Others) in the society. facility by executing three programs: a research program, a creative incubation program and a public project presentation and sharing. The challenge is to accelerate and widen the exchange of skills of artists and creative people with entrepreneurs and technologists, thus creating a common language and understanding. This topic supports the [APL] initiative, fostering innovation at the nexus of ‘Science, Technology and the Arts’.
Innovation, today, is as much about novel solutions that technology and design can provide as it is about understanding needs of society and ensuring wide participation in the process of innovation. In this context, the Arts are gaining prominence as a catalyst of an efficient conversion of Science and Technology knowledge into innovative products, services, and processes. The challenge is to accelerate and widen the exchange of skills of artists and creative people with entrepreneurs and technologists, thus creating a common language and understanding.
[APL] is a project combining interdisciplinary practices to bring benefits for both culture and environment. [APL] is a platform of building and develop affordable and generic space/laboratories with DIY (Do It Yourself) and DIWO (Do It Yourself) methodology between people from different countries and different background that has multifunction purpose; as a cultural space, as well as research and development space. Working with local communities and environment, to empower them using Open Culture, Open Design, Open Science and Open technology with DIY (Do It Yourself) and DIWO (Do It With Others) methods, as well as local wisdom to pursue and share knowledges, innovation and abilities of science, technology and arts among others.
Details, research and activities plan can be read at http://apl.honf.org