The workshop examines relationships between electromagnetic waves, sound, electromagnetic fields and organic chemistry.
Workshop called Dark Wave is moderated by expert mentors who will guide the participants in learning to make an iron solution (ferrofluid) which can help manipulate electromagnetic fields. The workshop will include the making of a device to generate an alternating magnetic field and to channel sound into an electromagnetic field in order to control the previously fabricated ferrofluid solution, i.e. generate different physical forms. This DIY approach can help the participants visualize complex and invisible forms of electromagnetic waves and thus easily understand the basics of physics and mathematics.
collaborators: Lovro Dujnić & Ante Medić
Gjino Šutić (HR)
Gjino Šutić (Croatia, 1984) is an innovator, scientist & post-modern intermedia artist. After studying Biotechnology at PBF Zagreb, he worked as a freelance scientist until 2013., when he founded Universal Research Institute UR. Since then, he has worked as scientist and director at UR Institute. He is doing research in multiple areas of natural sciences with a special focus in the fields of bioelectronics and biorobotics.
He invented the term biotweaking (enhancing living organisms or their parts to completely express and make use of their full potential) so as to define his philosophy and work completely. Since 2012, he has displayed his inventions & innovations at numerous scientific and art exhibitions and events. As a biohacker, he has designed and developed numerous DIY tools and materials. As well as developing his inventions & innovations he works as an educator in the areas of biotweaking & science. He is one of the founders of Radiona Makerspace, and a member of MENSA organisation & Hackteria network.